$255 You’ll see more Oakley sunglasses in transition areas around the world than any other brand, a tribute to both the enduring quality of the California-based company’s products, its marketing savvy and its strong triathlon roots. We’ve recently reviewed the super-light EV Zero and the innovative Radar Pace which provides training data as you run. While those glasses have much more of a performance-oriented flair, the Crossrange is designed to straddle the casual/performance spectrum. The interchangeable temples and nose pads allow you to adapt these glasses from casual to performance wear in a flash.
As a performance set of glasses the Crossrange features Oakley’s Unobtanium earsocks and nosepads that provide more grip as you sweat more, meaning they won’t slip as you push the pace and effort. The Crossrange also features Oakley’s High Definition Optics that provide excellent optical clarity and impact resistance. The lenses also feature the Prizm technology that maximizes contrast to enhance visibility. If you’re looking for one pair of sunglasses that you will get you from hanging out to hammering hard during a workout, the Crossrange is it.