First worn by sprinters Kevin Borlée and Andre de Grasses for the Tokyo Summer Olympics, Oakley's radical Xeus sunglasses are named after none other than the Greek God of Thunder, featuring a radical design inspired by the traditional kabuto helmets worn by Japanese samurai. The high-performance silhouette features a distinct vented frame consisting of ultra-lightweight O Matter, an aerodynamic upper brow bar, and wrap-around lenses formed using innovative PhysioMorphic Geometry.
The lenses are also equipped with Prizm technology which enhances visual contrast and rounding out the design are lightweight Unobtanium nose pads and earsock grips. Found originally in black and gold, the pairs now appear in a silver finish with semi-translucent lenses.
Look for the new Oakley Xeus colorway to arrive at the eyewear company's webstore July 15.