10 Best Oakley Lens Tint For Golf

Updated on: November 2020

Best Oakley Lens Tint For Golf in 2020


Oakley Men's Half Jacket 2.0 Rectangular Sunglasses, Prizm Golf Lens , Polished Black

Oakley Men's Half Jacket 2.0 Rectangular Sunglasses, Prizm Golf Lens , Polished Black
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Oakley Plutonite Lenses offer top UV Protection filtering 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light up to 400mm. Oakley’s lightweight Plutonite lens material offers superior comfort, clarity & protection against impact and ultraviolet radiation.
  • PRIZM Lens Technology designed to enhance color, contrast and detail so athletes can make the most of any activity. Prizm Golf sport lenses designed to help you spot transitions between the fairway, fringe and rough, gauging distance with accuracy to help you read the course better in low to medium light conditions. Ideal for golf or tennis. Light transmission: 30%
  • Patented High Definition Optics (HDO) provides superior optical clarity and razor-sharp vision at every angle.
  • O Matter stress-resistant frame is lightweight & durable for all-day comfort & protection. Oakley’s injection molded thermoplastic O-Matter frame provides improved strength & flexibility over traditional acetate & is built to withstand shifting or deforming over time.
  • Unobtanium earsocks and nose pads for increased comfort and performance. Pads increase grip with perspiration to help provide a secure and custom fit.
  • Interchangeable lens system designed to optimize performance in any environment. (Extra lenses sold separately).
  • Microbag included to clean and store your Oakley sunglasses.
  • Visit the Oakley brand shop to view the entire Oakley assortment by clicking on the Oakley logo above.

Oakley Half Jacket 2.0 XL Replacement Lenses Prizm Baseball

Oakley Half Jacket 2.0 XL Replacement Lenses Prizm Baseball
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Array

Tintart Performance Lenses Compatible with Oakley Holbrook Polarized Etched-Sky Blue

Tintart Performance Lenses Compatible with Oakley Holbrook Polarized Etched-Sky Blue
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • PERFECTLY fits for Oakley Holbrook OO9102 sunglass (Please notice it doesn't fit for Oakley Holbrook Metal/Holbrook XL/Holbrook R)
  • EXCLUSIVE optimized tint view to enhance contrast & vivid details
  • PERFORMANCE material with Resist SeaWater corrosion & Oil Repel capability
  • SCRATCH resistant coated (3x wearable upgraded)
  • OPEN . REPLACE . SMILE - We promise you!

Oakley Men's OO9239 Crankshaft Rectangular Sunglasses, Black Ink/Jade Iridium, 60 mm

Oakley Men's OO9239 Crankshaft Rectangular Sunglasses, Black Ink/Jade Iridium, 60 mm
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Oakley Plutonite Lenses offer 100% UV Protection filtering of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light up to 400mm. Oakley’s lightweight Plutonite lens material offers superior comfort, clarity & protection against impact and ultraviolet radiation.
  • Patented High Definition Optics (HDO) provides superior optical clarity and razor-sharp vision at every angle.
  • O Matter stress-resistant frame is lightweight & durable for all-day comfort & protection. Oakley’s injection molded thermoplastic O-Matter frame provides improved strength & flexibility over traditional acetate & is built to withstand shifting or deforming over time.
  • Three-Point Fit: Comfort and performance that holds lenses in precise optical alignment. Contact only happens at the bridge of the nose and behind the temples.
  • Microbag included to clean and store your Oakley sunglasses.
  • Visit the Oakley brand shop to view the entire Oakley assortment by clicking on the Oakley logo above.

Oakley Men's Crossrange 0OO9361 Non-polarized Iridium Square Sunglasses, Polished black, 57.01 mm

Oakley Men's Crossrange 0OO9361 Non-polarized Iridium Square Sunglasses, Polished black, 57.01 mm
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Case included
  • Made with interchangable temples and nosepads. The Crossrange adapts lifestyle and performance for the perfect style. This frame allows for the ultimate versatility

Oakley Men's Mainlink OO9264-23 Non-polarized Iridium Rectangular Sunglasses, Polished Black w/Prizm Golf, 57 mm

Oakley Men's Mainlink OO9264-23 Non-polarized Iridium Rectangular Sunglasses, Polished Black w/Prizm Golf, 57 mm
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Case included
  • Lenses are prescription ready (rx-able)
  • Innovative behind a comfortable secure fit. This frame is inspired by the Oakley Crosslink. Perfect look for active lifestyles.

Oakley Men's OO9208 Radar EV Path Shield Sunglasses, Matte Black/Prizm Black Polarized, 38 mm

Oakley Men's OO9208 Radar EV Path Shield Sunglasses, Matte Black/Prizm Black Polarized, 38 mm
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Oakley's Plutonite Lenses offer top UV Protection filtering 100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light up to 400mm.
  • PRIZM Lens Technology designed to enhance color, contrast and detail so athletes can make the most of any activity. Prizm Black Polarized everyday lenses are designed for bright light conditions to make the environment appear more vibrant , yet natural, with richer detail. HD Polarized lenses that block 99% of reflected glare. Ideal for cycling, running or any outdoor activities. Light transmission: 11%
  • Patented High Definition Optics (HDO) provides superior optical clarity and razor-sharp vision at every angle.
  • O Matter stress-resistant frame is lightweight & durable for all-day comfort & protection. Oakley’s injection molded thermoplastic O-Matter frame provides improved strength & flexibility over traditional acetate & is built to withstand shifting or deforming over time.
  • Interchangeable lens system designed to optimize performance in any environment. (Extra lenses sold separately).
  • Unobtanium earsocks and nose pads for increased comfort and performance. Pads increase grip with perspiration to help provide a secure and custom fit.
  • Soft vault sunglass case and Microbag included to clean and store your Oakley sunglasses.
  • Visit the Oakley brand shop to view the entire Oakley assortment by clicking on the Oakley logo above.

Under Armour Igniter Sunglasses, Clear / Gray Lens, 65 mm

Under Armour Igniter Sunglasses, Clear / Gray Lens, 65 mm
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • ArmourSight lenses are engineered for superior optical clarity and impact resistance
  • Ultralight ArmourFusion frames are built for maximum strength and durability
  • Co-molded rubber nose pad and temple arms for a no-slip comfortable fit
  • Defends against 100% of harmful UVA/B/C rays

Oakley Men's Trillbe X 0OO9340 Rectangular Sunglasses, MATTE BLACK, 52 mm

Oakley Men's Trillbe X 0OO9340 Rectangular Sunglasses, MATTE BLACK, 52 mm
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Case included
  • TRILLBE X is designed for small to medium faces. This frame is a lighweight and comfortable addition to the Trillbe Collection. Takes this vintage style and adds a mordern appeal to the frame.

Oakley Men's Double Edge 0OO9380 Polarized Iridium Rectangular Sunglasses, MATTE BLACK, 66.02 mm

Oakley Men's Double Edge 0OO9380 Polarized Iridium Rectangular Sunglasses, MATTE BLACK, 66.02 mm
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • A sculpture inspired by sharp angles, this double-edged approach to eyewear matches style with performance, and its self-assured look revels in originality while giving you an expanded field of view.
  • PRIZM RUBY POLARIZED LENS
  • Microbag Included

How to Save Money on Contact Lenses

Contact lenses can be an expensive strain on the budget of a low-income household, but there are a number of ways to save money on contacts and make them more affordable.

Save Money on Contacts: Consider Glasses

Before getting into how to actually save money on contact lenses, just a quick note on glasses. They don't deteriorate with wear, some people look better in them, and glasses are far less expensive than contact lenses because you can wear a pair of glasses for many years, especially after your prescription stops changing. A number of places that sell glasses have promotions on frames and lenses that can get you a pair of glasses for around $100. Shop around, because you don't have to buy your glasses at the same place you get your eye exam.

Save Money on Contacts: Consider Hard Contact Lenses

Most people these days wear soft contact lenses, but hard contact lenses can save money. This is because, like glasses, they last a lot longer. However, when considering hard contact lenses, do be aware that they can be very uncomfortable for some people, so you might put out the initial investment and then find that your eyes aren't adjusting to them. Also keep in mind that it costs far more to replace a hard contact lens than a soft contact lens. If you are prone to losing things, then you might want to stick with soft contacts.

Save Money on Contacts: Wear them Longer

Most soft contact lenses have a recommended wear time anywhere from 1 day to 1 month. I have found that mine will actually last far longer than that, so I don't throw out a pair until I notice some discomfort. Usually, after about twice as long as their recommended wear time, my contact lenses will end up weakened and get a small tear, which is very noticeable in my eye. At that point, I toss that lens and put in a different one. Also, don't feel the need to replace both contact lenses when you replace one. It's okay to have contacts at different stages of their wear time in your eyes.

Save Money on Contacts: Clean them Well

I often balk at the price of contact lens solution, which runs about $10 a bottle, but at one point, I realized that contact lens solution is far cheaper than contacts. If using twice as much solution to rinse off my contacts will make them last longer, then I will actually save money in the long run. So yes, do rinse and lightly rub your contact lenses off every time you take them out, because this will help to clean them better. Also, especially if your contacts are not designed to be worn overnight, they will last a lot longer if you take them out as instructed and let them sit overnight instead of sleeping with them in your eyes.

Save Money on Contacts: Use Your Insurance

Many insurance providers give an annual allowance for purchasing contact lenses or glasses. Make sure that you use it every year. Even if you have enough contacts to last a while longer, as soon as it has been a year since your last purchase, purchase enough lenses to use up your whole allowance from your insurance.

Save Money on Contacts: Buy them on Discount

Lastly, prices for your contact lenses can vary, depending on when and where you buy them. There are a number of websites that sell contact lenses for less than a typical optometrist office, so be aware of the price online before you go into the office for a visit. Sometimes offices will have promotions (like buy 3 boxes, get the 4th free) or have coupons available for mail-in rebates. Do the math and figure out where is the least expensive place to buy your contacts, and you will save a lot of money in the long run.

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