Oakley lenses are available with TransitionsÂ® photochromic technology and darken and lighten automatically in response to changing light. Compare the view from Oakley standard sunglass lenses versus SOLFX Transitionsâ„¢ lenses on the bottom. Notice how the lenses respond to changing light conditions.
KEEP UP WITH MOTHER NATUREâ€™S CHANGING MOODS
Whether youâ€™re golfing, mountain biking or pounding pavement on a training run at dawn, you canâ€™t maintain peak performance unless your eyes keep up with your environment. Thatâ€™s why SOLFX Transitionsâ„¢ lenses are engineered to darken and lighten automatically.
They help you adapt to changing light conditions so youâ€™ll always perform at your best.
They filter out 100% of all UV, even when the lens color lightens to help you see in dimmer environments where UV is still a threat.
You get the added benefit of having lenses that arenâ€™t too dark when the sun pulls a disappearing act, or too light when it knifes through clouds.
Letâ€™s say youâ€™re jogging up a trail, or biking down a mountain and railing turns on sketchy hardpack. With SOLFX Transitionsâ„¢ technology, your lenses lighten to show you hazards on shaded paths, then darken to shield your eyes on open trail. But thatâ€™s just half the story.
Oakley has combined Transitions photochromic technology with balanced light filtering to boost visual contrast, even in low light. Thatâ€™s a key benefit for athletes because it improves depth perception. On top of that, they get the unbeatable clarity of Oakleyâ€™s High Definition OpticsÂ® (HDOÂ®).
Itâ€™s simple really: light conditions change. And if your eyes canâ€™t keep up, your performance will drop off. Want to maintain peak performance â€“ regardless of the light conditions? Interested in helping your eyes adapt while filtering 100% of all UV? Looking for the added benefit of experiencing all this automatically? Then the answer is clear. Choose Oakley TransitionsÂ® SOLFXâ„¢ photochromic lenses.