Oakley released a New Limited Edition Radar Pace Tour de France Sunglasses

Oakley released a New Limited Edition Radar Pace Tour de France Sunglasses
Oakley (USA) – Oakley has released a limited edition Tour De France Radar Pace™ to celebrate the history and legacy of the iconic competition. Radar Pace™, the revolutionary smart eyewear featuring a real-time voice activated coaching system, aims to redefine the way athletes train. The Tour De France edition includes an exclusive PRIZM™ Road Lens that is etched with the Tour De France logo to highlight the famed race. Detailed with a unique iridium coating that is inspired by the regions of France, the limited edition eyewear is a homage to both performance and the French heritage itself.

  • Pairs to external sensors - Power output, HR, Speed, Cadence, Distance, Time, etc, using sensor data intergration and Intel technology
  • Touch pad on the temples for control functions with simple taps and swipes - adjust the volume, control music, and calls from your paired phone, and more
  • Microphone array enabled for voice commands
  • Water Resistant up to IPX5
  • Interchangeable lenses to optimize performance in any environment: PRIZM™ Road lens to optimize and sharpen visual acuity
  • Impact protection based upon ANSI Z87.1 test methods for High Mass and High Velocity impact resistance
  • Protective sports-specific Oakley Soft Vault included with capacity for an extra lens
  • Rechargeable through USB port
  • What's included: 2 Ear Booms, Clear Lens for Low Light Conditions, PRIZM™ Road Lens, eyewear Case, Microbag, 2 Nose Pads, Aero Clip, Micro USB Cable, Limited Edition Tour de France Microbag, Unique Iridium PRIZM™ Road Lens and a Quick Start Guide

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