Family: Lifestyle
Date: February 2019

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Oakley Forager is a lifestyle sunglass loaded with performance features, inspiring action - from running and cycling to skateboarding and hiking. With a double bridge and on-trend round lens shape, the lightweight O Matter frame material of Forager is a style standout designed to keep up with the adventures of the day.
Black Ink
Prizm Road
$153
OO9421-0258
Matte Black
Prizm Black Polarized
$183
OO9421-0858
Matte Black
Prizm Violet
$156
OO9421-1158
Matte Brown Smoke
Prizm Black Iridium Polarized
$186
OO9421-0958
Matte Carbon
Prizm Low Light
$133
OO9421-0358
Matte Carbon
Prizm Road Black
$156
009421-1258
Matte Olive
Prizm Ruby Iridium Polarized
 
OO9421-0758
Matte Terrain
Prizm Tungsten
$153
OO9421-0458
Matte Translucent Blue
Prizm Sapphire Iridium Polarized
$183
OO9421-0658
Polished Black
Prizm Grey
$133
OO9421-0158
Polished Rootbeer
Prizm 24K Gold Iridium Polarized
$183
OO9421-0558


fivesguy -
Frame: Matte Black
Lens: Prizm Black Polar

The Forager is different. Like most things Oakley, different is good.

The lenses are huge. They're double torqued. They provide total field of view without frame intrusion. This frame utilizes ONLY Prizm lenses. From Low Light to Black Polar, theres a lens option for any situation.

The well placed nose pads hold these large lenses off of your face, making them comfortable and less likely to get dunked up by facial oil.

The straight arms don't have Unobtainium socks. They have horizontal indentations which help grip your head, and they work surprisingly well. Paired with the large Unobtainium nose pads, the frame stays in place firmly.

The vent in the center of the frame helps the large lenses to defog and keep your brow and nose cool when you're hauling ass on your bike.

They look different because they are. The Sutro is more popular but the Forager is better. Like many Oakley products, you won't know how good they are until you try them out.
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