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“It took three decades to achieve next to nothing. That’s the only way to describe the weight of Nanowire, a titanium alloy frame material that practically feels buoyant in air. But the real breakthrough is the adaptable fit, a benefit of memory metal that allows us to create true sculptural contours that stay comfortably flexible,” says Oakley. “This is an ultra-lightweight design that carries a ton of optical innovation.”
Oakley is conducting a polarized campaign with the tagline “Technology so superior, it’s an art form.” Informational brochures are available. Each frame comes with a hard case and a premium micro-fiber cleaning cloth. For additional information, contact Oakley, (800) 431-1439; web site: www.oakley.com
The materials and geometry used in Oakley frames and lenses pass all ANSI.Z87.1 (American National Standard Institute) requirements for high-mass and high-velocity impact testing.