Sunglasses Style Review: Oakley M Frame

Pozzato wears Oakley M FramesWith the introduction of the Oakley Radar last year, it was thought that the Oakley M Frame would quickly disappear off the radar (pardon the pun), but think again. The M Frame is still live and kicking and is still being used by some of the worlds top pro riders such as Liquigas’ Filippo Pozzato, LPR’s Danilo Di Luca and Gerolsteiner’s Davide Rebellin.

The M Frame is definitely still in fashion and continues to deliver excellent results. Whether you choose the hingless Pro M Frame design or the foldable design of the M Frame, these glasses continue to provide top of the line optics. 

The lightweight design offers all-day comfort while meeting ANSI standards for impact protection. Interchangeable lenses let you adapt to any sport environment, and Oakley’s Unobtainium components increase grip with sweat, keeping the frame securely in place.

Oakley also offers a huge range of lenses and frames to keep you looking cool and every time you ride. Many of the pro riders are now riding with the White M Frames which match just about any kit. 

We left the last word up to the most stylish rider in the pro peletion Pippo Pozzato, “I wear the M Frames because they fit well, and now they are retro and I love that”.

Enough said, the M Frames are definitely one ofthe most stylish and affective glasses out, and will continue to be for years to come! 

 

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2 Responses to Sunglasses Style Review: Oakley M Frame

  1. nugget says:

    di luca and pozzatto are the kings of the radars
    white frame white ear sock g26 lense
    way to pro

  2. chandra says:

    its a cool sunglases…i like it…

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