Replica Oakley’s Green Fade Collection of sunglasses is throwback to 1980

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In 1980, Oakley outlet released its first performance eyewear in a green hue. Now, 36 years later and just in time for the 2016 Olympics, the company has revisited that iconic green color with its Green Fade Collection.

The limited-edition collection of sunglasses – only 100,000 units in eight styles were produced Oakley replica – was launched July 15 and includes performance styles EVZero Path ($190), EVZero Range ($190), Radar EV Path ($210), Flak 2.0 XL ($190), RadarLock Path ($280) and Jawbreaker ($230), as well cheap Oakley as lifestyle products Frogskins ($180) and Crosslink Zero. (For golfers, the Flak 2.0 XL and RadarLock Path are recommended.)

The Green Fade Collection’s EVZero models will be available with the brand’s first dual-iridium Oakley outlet lens coating that combines two Prizm lens tints on a single toric shield. The rest of the models will feature Oakley Prizm lenses.

Each unit was hand-painted at Oakley’s sunglasses replica headquarters in Foothill Ranch, Calif. Oakley athletes Bubba Watson, Javier Gomez Noya (Spain, triathlete), Kerri Walsh (U.S., beach volleyball player) and Richard Murray (South Africa, triathlete) will wear products from the cheap Oakley sunglasses collection, and also were involved in painting some of the frames.