Oakley Leffingwell Sunglasses

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With plant-based frame material and surfing inspiration, Oakley Leffingwell sunglasses are ready for beach outings, road trips and sunny days calling for lightweight eye protection with subtle style.

  • Features

    • Leffingwell features a full rim, square lens shape infused with design inspiration taken from the craftsmanship and finishes of surfboards and the lifestyle around surfing
    • Plant-based BiO Matter frames have antique-finished decorative elements and textured temples
    • The subtle Oakley logo on the temples is designed for those who gravitate toward subtle, elevated design aesthetics
    • Strong yet lightweight O Matter® frame material provides durability and all-day comfort
    • Prizm™ Lens Technology is engineered to enhance color and contrast to see more detail

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Multisport

    UV Protection

    100 percent

    Light Transmission

    PRIZM GREY: 17 percent

    PRIZM TUNGSTEN: 11 percent

    PRIZM 24K POLARIZED: 14 percent

    Lens Material

    PRIZM GREY: Policarbonate standard

    PRIZM TUNGSTEN: Policarbonate standard

    PRIZM 24K POLARIZED: Policarbonate polarized

    Lens Tint

    PRIZM GREY: Gray

    PRIZM TUNGSTEN: Brown

    PRIZM 24K POLARIZED: Gold

    Polarized

    PRIZM GREY: No

    PRIZM 24K POLARIZED: Yes

    PRIZM TUNGSTEN: No

    Photochromic

    No

    Interchangeable Lenses

    Yes

    Additional Lenses Included

    None

    Frame Material

    Propionate

    Gender

    Unisex

    Fit Width

    Medium

    Overall Width

    134 millimeters

    Bridge Fit

    Standard Bridge Fit

    Bridge Width

    17 millimeters

    Lens Width

    57 millimeters

    Lens Height

    45 millimeters

    Temple Length

    134 millimeters

    Base Curve

    6

    Sustainability

    Contains recycled materials

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