OakleyEVZERO Path Sunglasses

Nothing stands in your way.

It's not a bird, plane, or a superhero—that is in fact a big giant hole in the middle of the track and had you not been wearing the Oakley EVZERO Path Sunglasses, you would've been lead astray and fallen right into it. Built to play as hard as you do, the EVZERO Path is fashioned with the lightweight and stress-resistant O-Matter frame while the Unobtainium nose and ear pads ensure grip, even when you're perspiration is flowing so rapidly that it's akin to the gush of Niagara Falls. Additionally, the Three-Point-Fit provides a comfortable feel and in turn eliminate pressure points and the Path's frame-less view encourages an unobstructed field of vision, so you don't have to worry about randomly falling into the aforementioned hole in the track.

Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • O-Matter frame
  • Three-Point Fit
  • Unobtainium earsocks and nosepads
  • Plutonite lenses
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Love at First Sight

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I am a long-time user of Smith's Pivlock glasses, in the rimless design. With how glasses rest on my face, if they have a rim on the top line, it almost always impedes my vision. So the Smith's have been fantastic, but I have always longed for polarized lenses. Enter the EVZERO in Prizm polarized. I bought the plain black ones. I have only worn them a couple times, and I'll update my review later if anything changes, but - holy cow! - they are dynamite!!! The visual clarity is spectacular, and the polarization really helps in glaring/high contrast situations. The glasses are super-light and fit pretty well, but I do wish the nose pieces adjusted. Oakley gives you two differently sized nose pieces so I'll mess with that later. The rimless design meets my needs for improved field of vision. They stow decently in my road helmet (Specialized). I think they tick off all the boxes. A bit pricey so I waited for CC's Giro d'Italia sale. Oakley sells secondary lenses, but they don't come OOTB with any extras so that's the only nit I can pick. However, with polarization, I think these are suitable for a wide range of conditions.