Oakley Antix Sunglasses (Black Tortoise/ Black Iridium)

by Oakley Sunglasses
Oakley Sunglasses
£95.00   was £100.99

  • Style: Unisex Antix Sunglasses
  • Frame Colour: Black Tortoise
  • Lens Colour: Black Iridium
  • Frame Material: Stress Resistant O Matter
  • Lens Material: Plutonite
  • Features: Filters 100% UVA, UVB, UVC and Harmful Blue Light Up To 400 nm, Three Point Fit, Metal Icon Accents, View And Side Coverage
  • Brand: Oakley

The Black Lenses In These Antix Sunglasses Allow You To Block Out The Sunlight Even At Its Brightest

Adding these Oakley Antix sunglasses to your collection of lenses will allow you to head out on the brightest days without worrying about being shocked by those beams of light. The black Antix lenses that are available in these sunglasses have been specifically designed to prevent bright sunlight from affecting your vision, making them perfect for holidays. When you buy Oakley Antix sunglasses you will notice that their lenses arenít the only thing that benefit you, their frames also have their own bonuses. This frame in particular has been created with a stress resistant and durable structure allowing you to even use these lenses for extreme sports. Created with a three point fit, you can rely on these sunglasses to be comfortable as well as sit in the precise optical alignment to add more clarity to your vision. Enhancing your vision, keeping you comfortable and protecting your sight isnít all these Oakley Antix sunglasses do, they also give you an outgoing style that is perfect for you.


  • Optical Precision And Design That Meets Standards Of ANSI Z87.
  • Lens Geometry Creates Optimised Peripheral View
  • Impact Resistant Lenses Meet Standards Of ANSI Z87.1
  • Lens Material Offers UV Protection Against UVA, UVB, UVC and Harmful Blue Light Up To 400nm
  • Lens Coating Creates Glare Reduction


  • Three Point Fit Keeps Lens In Precise Optical Alignment For Better Vision
  • Created With Light Weight, Stress Resistant And Durable O Matter Frame Material
  • Integrated Mechanisms and Dual Action CAM