Styling and Profiling: Oakley MISS CONDUCT Sunglasses | STACK 4W

Maddy Lucier
- As an associate editor for STACK, Maddy creates lifestyle, social media, gear and nutrition content for our audience of athletes. She played volleyball and basketball...

Styling and Profiling: Oakley MISS CONDUCT Sunglasses

June 16, 2012

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Summer training can take a toll on athletes. Protecting yourself, and especially your eyes, from the sun is an important precaution for staying healthy and ready to play.

For the female athlete who “demands performance and plays by her own rules," Oakley is introducing the innovative, sleek and sassy MISS CONDUCT one-piece amethyst lens sunglasses. The rimless, toric shield glasses are light and durable, making them ideal for athletes.

With their “O Matter” technology, Three-Point Fit hold system, impact resistance and optical precision, MISS CONDUCT sunglasses allow you to play at full speed without worrying about your glasses slipping. Oakley’s Polaric Ellipsoid lens geometry (with black gradient) optimizes both peripheral and side views while minimizing glare. Most important, the polarized MISS CONDUCT lenses are equipped with Plutonite lens filters, offering UVA/UVB, and UVC protection up to 400nm. Price: $140.

You can’t miss the Oakley metal logo on the frame—adding a touch of flavor and style to this "audacious" eyewear. For more info on MISS CONDUCT, visit Oakley.com.

The official sponsor of USA Volleyball, Oakley has become an integral player in outdoor athletic training through its line of performance gear and signature sunglasses. This summer, more than 600 athletes will be sporting Oakley sunglasses at the London Olympic Games. Check out the company's full lineup of sunglasses and gear for athletes.

Maddy Lucier
- As an associate editor for STACK, Maddy creates lifestyle, social media, gear and nutrition content for our audience of athletes. She played volleyball and basketball...