Oakley has reintroduced its iconic Sub Zero glasses, which originally debuted in 1992.
The glasses were in production until 1995 before being discontinued, although the frame and design have earned a cult status among fans of the brand.
A futuristic design in 1992, the glasses have been updated with Oakley’s modern optical technologies, featured in the brand’s best sunglasses .
The Sub Zeros have been updated with the brand’s tried-and-tested Prizm Lens Technology, as well as a unique shield lens design. The glasses feature the brand’s signature ‘Unobtainium’ nose pad and ear socks that are claimed to provide a no-slip grip.
This re-release exists as part of Oakley’s MUZM collection, which the brand describes as “a unique curation of iconic styles that are re-released with new interpretations and infused with today’s technology”. The Sub Zeros have been touted as the first in a collection, with the brand hinting there are more retro re-releases on the horizon.
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