Oakley Sunglasses - Protection from UV

Oakley Sunglasses - Protection from UV

Skiers, boaters, golfers all need to take care of their eyes from the potentially harmful UV Rays.

On a sunny day, wearing Oakley sunglasses, can prevent your eyes from capturing some of the harmful UV rays.  When you go look for a pair of sunglasses, make sure they block out 100% of the harmful UV rays.

One thing you should be made aware of is polarized lenses cut glare but not UV rays. That said, polarized can make driving, golfing and sailing much more enjoyable.

UV rays, can damage the surface of the eyes and cause problems, so we highly recommend when you buy sunglasses, you consider this.

We recommend you only buy glasses that say 100% protection.

Why Oakley?


Oakley sunglasses provide best in class protection against the damaging rays of UV radiation. Fortunately, Oakley's Plutonite lens material blocks 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light. One advantage is that this technology is "baked" into the lenses. This is good as scratches in sunglasses can cause light to infiltrate the eyes, but this is alleviated with the Oakleys.

The other good news is that the strength or color does not affect the UV protection.

We also thee fact that Oakley Sunglasses provide UV protection on the periphery of the eye.

Oakley Holbrook

Just a sample of what Oakley has to offer,  the Oakley Holbrook's are a timeless classic and are designed around the concept of fun and adventure. The Plutonite lenses offer 100% UV protection. Ask us about our prescription Oakley's.

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Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses

Are Prescription Sunglasses for you?

1. Do you lead an active lifestyle?

2. Are you concerned about damage to your eyes?

3. Do you like style and fashion?

Located on Walkers Line and Dundas in the Longos plaza, we welcome you to visit the Vision Clinic to see not only our selection of Oakley Sunglasses but come and ask questions on the benefits 100% UV protection can have for you longer term.