A while back we told you about the Oakley Tombstone, a pair of frameless shooting sunnies we wanted for riding. As we lamented the lack of a frameless option designed for cycling, it seems the American optics giant did in fact something up their sleeve – the EVZero.
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Back in the 90s Oakley released the original version of the Zero frame, which they claimed were the “lightest performance sunglasses in history.” Unfortunately they weren’t particularly good looking, and were discontinued.
Oakley EVZero: their lightest sports glasses yet
The larger Range version of EVZero looks perfect for road cyclists
We couldn’t dig up how much the original Zero weighed but this new version, available in the Path and slightly larger Range lens shapes, is claimed to weigh a feathery 22g and 24g respectively — lighter than the Spy Daft (28g) and the Smith Pivlock Arena Max (29g). Long-established roadie favourite the Oakley Radar Path weighs 30g.
The EVZero also gets Road and Trail versions of the Prizm lens, Oakley’s newest optic technology where special tints are used to block specific spectral peaks and colour wavelengths to enhance contrast, and improve clarity in a range of light conditions — there’s photochromic and standard lens options too.
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Here’s the Path variant of Oakley’s new EVZero glasses, which’ll likely prove popular with runners
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