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CLUBFACE Prescription Eyewear We marveled at the smooth contours of high-end golf sticks when we designed CLUBFACE, a work of C-5™; alloy that hits the sweet spot on original style. All that dimensional curvature creates a fresh look from every angle. UNOBTAINIUM® earsocks maintain a comfortably secure fit, and spring hinges bring precise mechanics to a frame that puts dimension in personality. You have to get your hands on CLUBFACE to appreciate the art of 3-D thinking. Five metal compounds gave us an alloy that flows into curves and contours without adding excess weight, so you’ll have the comfort you deserve and the durability you need. From the dimensional nose bridge to the subtly concave earsocks, we worked every angle to give the active look a new definition. * Engineered of C5™ Alloy * Integrated Spring Hinge * UNOBTAINIUM® Earsocks * Adjustable Nosepads * Available in two sizes (52,54)
Oakley OX3102 CLUBFACE
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Freeform varifocal from $44.00
Suitable for Tints
Includes Case & Cloth
12 Months Warranty
This product ships to UK & Europe only
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4.7 / 5 - 4 Review(s) - Add your review
50% of customers recommend this product (1 of 2)
W Biddulph, GB
1st November 2012
The Oakley Clubface frames are excellent quality. A bit dearer than a lot of frames but cheaper from selectspecs but you get what you pay for and like i say these are excellent quality. The lenses were £40!!!! and you get what you pay for ( RUBBISH ).
Varifocal lenses can not be bought over the internet. Dont even think about it. Buy the frames but get them glazed at an opticians.Dont forget the optician will proberbly charge you £40 extra for glazing your own frames.
R Stern, US
4th October 2012
I love these glasses which I bought as prescription sunglasses. I have now ordered a second pair without the tint. The frames are great. The prescription is perfect. The service here is a bit slow. It takes several weeks for glasses to be made and arrive in the US. But, great glasses at a great price are worth the wait.
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Finding the correct frame size to suit you requires you to know a little about the different measurements that are used. Size information is normally broken down in to arm / temple length (ranges between 120 - 150mm), bridge width (ranges between 14 - 24mm, and lens width (ranges between 40 - 62mm). We also include a frame height measurement where possible, this can vary depending on frame style.
If you require further help, please do not hesitate to contact our customer service team on 03303 801 190 (Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm) for further assistance.
If you have a pair of glasses that are a perfect fit, you can usually find the frame size information on the frame - usually on the arm or the bridge.
What to look for?
You will often find a variety of information on the frame, including model number, branding and frame sizing. The numbers you are looking for will be similar to this format 150 - 22 - 50 although this can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. These numbers provide the following information:-
150 - Arm / temple size (in mm), a 3 digit value normally ranging from 120 - 150.
22 - Bridge size (in mm), a 2 digit value normally ranging from 14 - 24.
50 - Lens width (in mm), a 2 digit value normally ranging from 40 - 62.
We do our best to ensure we stock all available items from all our supplied brands so if an item is not listed it may be out of stock or discontinued. If you do not see the frame size you require please contact us through our Customer Services system where we will try to assist you.
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