The Oakley Ahyris Eyewear Collection Found Inspiration In The Human Iris

May 22, 2019

Category: Style

Oakley has flexed its engineering genius once again, and this time, they’ve been inspired by the intricate iris of the human eye. The Oakley Ahyris Eyewear Collection is one of their most attractive to date with modern, fashion-forward aesthetics.

The collection includes three sleek sunglasses for the sunny summer days ahead: the Coldfuse, Apparition, and Chrystl. Holding together the frame, temple, and lens of each pair is an innovative mechanical element similar to a rivet, resulting in a seamless design. Our favorite shades from the collection are the Coldfuse sunglasses, which have a whopping 24 components bound together by a single design element. They also feature PRIZM lens technology to enhance details, color, and contrast as well as a three-point fit for precise alignment. The collection also has two eyeglass designs if you need to update your reading spectacles. You can pick up a pair today, starting at $153.

Purchase: $153+

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