the latest addition of the Oakley range

The EVZero comes with a hard case, oakley sunglasses mans microfiber cleaning bag and spare nose piece. If you’re one to ride road and mountain bikes and want a Prizm lens, you’ll need a second pair,oakley vault clearance  and at $170 / UK£140 / AU$220 the price may be too much for some. I would have loved to see the Switchlock lens changing system as seen on the Oakley Tombstone glasses implemented in the EVZero.
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That said, the EVZero is available in non-Prizm and Photochromic lens options, and will cost you $190 / £170 / AU$270 and $160 / £130 / AU$200 respectively.
Overall the Oakley EVZero are a great pair of sports glasses, and if you’re not one to venture away from the tarmac, the Road Prizm lens offers fantastic visual clarity. For those who enjoy a mix of tarmac and trail, and don’t want to buy two pairs I’d say you should should consider a non Prizm or photochromic options.