Looking to upgrade your eyewear style this summer? Or possibly need a Father’s Day gift for someone in your family? Oakley’s new Ahyris Collection might be the perfect option for you to try. The new collection combines style and function to give you a unique and distinct look, all while giving your vision great clarity and protection from the sun.
Oakley enlisted ambassadors Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Judge to model some of the styles of the new collection, which consists of the Coldfuse, Chrystl, and Deadbolt models. Each of the models has a unique design that has a mechanical function for connecting a center frame and temples together, giving you a distinct look that will go with any outfit or athletic gear.
The Oakley Coldfuse ($203) model is perfect for your life-off-the-field, while the Oakley Chrystl ($183) is designed for your everyday style. The Oakley Deadbolt ($303) has a focus on detail and can be used as prescription eyewear that likely will turn some heads for its style. The Oakley website for the Ahyris Collection also offers a look at each of the new frames and what your eye sees with the lenses on, and the difference they make when they’re off.
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Courtesy of Oakley, here’s some more details on each of the new pieces in the Ahyris Collection:
- Oakley Coldfuse: The technical design uses a single element to hold together the 24 pieces of the style, creating a truly progressive aesthetic that inspires confidence and self-expression.
- Oakley Chrystl: The new sophisticated sunglass uses a single design element to connect the frame and temples together, topped off with a roll bar that adds both style and function.
- Oakley Deadbolt: No detail goes unnoticed in this dramatic evolution of optical eyewear – from the round silhouette and unique stem architecture to using a single design element to hold the frame and temples together.
Find out more about the Ahyris Collection at the Oakley website.
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