Launched without the usual blaze of publicity and razmatazz that you would expect from Oakley these beauts landed in online stores a couple of weeks ago without too much press.
The ever reliable Oakley Forum has run a review which you can read here.
The likely retail price is going to be high on these as there is no ability to lens swap meaning there is no after sales market for upgrades and spares.
The lack of a frame is boosted in stability and strength by a strip of aluminium across the top. Cyclingtips got a pair to review and give good detail on that here.
I have to say that compared to the Kato frames we saw briefly on the face of Sam Bennett and Chris Froome in the autumn of 2020, these look much better and less of a leap from traditional to modern.
As you will all know from the sunglasses history post from this time last year, I’d had a clear out of Oakley products.
That list is now horribly in need of an update with some Sutros and M2’s now having arrived at my house!
It will be interesting to see if this frames is the long term successor to the Radar and Radar EV and my eyes will be peeled to GCN+ to see if I can see them on any pro faces sooner rather than later.