Oakley Eyewear Care

Oakley Eyewear Care – Oakley Lens Cleaning information

Oakley Eyewear – The Best Eye Protection on Earth.

To help maintain the High Definition Optics® (HDO®) of Oakley lenses, your new
eyewear comes with a specially-woven electrostatic Microclear™ bag for cleaning and
storage. Using it will preserve the superior optical quality of Oakley’s pure Plutonite®
lenses. Hand wash and air-dry the Microclear™ bag regularly.

Oakley Iridium® lens coating is engineered to reduce glare and improve contrast. An array
of available tints allows the wearer to balance light transmission in any light condition.
The 12-micron jacket of Iridium® must be treated with special care to avoid scratching.
It is only recommended to use an Oakley Micro Bag or Oakley Lens Cleaning Kit to clean
Oakley lens, do not use any other solvents, chemicals or third party cleaning kits because
they have not been tested on our lenses and can possibly damage them.

Frame accessory kits are available for some Oakley® eyewear styles. Do not attempt to
remove or replace any other eyewear parts as this will void its warranty.

Lens Installation and Removal

WARNING! LENSES MAY BE INSERTED ONLY IN SPECIFIED MODELS AND PURSUANT
TO THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL ADVERSELY AFFECT THE OPTICAL
PERFORMANCE AND THE LENSES MAY NOT REMAIN IN PLACE, CAUSING INTERFERENCES WITH
VISION.

FastJacketTM sunglasses were built with Switchlock Technology™
, meaning changing lenses to suit your environment is as easy as flipping a switch. Here’s
how:

Lens Removal
  1. Locate the switch near the left temple on your sunglasses.
  2. With your thumb, gently push the switch down.
  3. Take the lens between your thumb and index finger and gently slide it out,
    starting with the side closest to the switch.
Lens Installation
  1. Select a different lens and slide it into the lens slot, starting with the
    side closest to the nose.
  2. When the lens is in place, push the switch back to its upward, locked
    position.
  3. Repeat the same process with the right side.

Lens Removal
  1. Place index finger of one hand into nose bridge and place thumb, of same
    hand, on top of frame as shown; while holding lens with other hand.
  2. Flex nose bridge with index finger towards you while pushing top of the
    frame down with thumb as shown.
  3. With opposite hand, pull lens out of groove.
Lens Installation
  1. Hold frame and lens as shown and slide outer lens tab into frame.
  2. Align inner lens tab in frame groove and slide lens gently up into lens
    groove.
  3. Hold lens firmly and slide the thumb of opposite hand along top of frame
    until inner lens tab snaps firmly into place.

Lens Removal
  1. Grip the frame temple with one hand and the lens with the other.
  2. Pull the lens tab out of the frame temple. Remove the lens.
Lens Installation
  1. Grip the frame and lens. Fit the outer lens tab.
  2. Align the inner lens tab with the groove in the nose bridge.
  3. Holding the lens firmly, slide your thumb across the top of the frame until
    the inner lens tab snaps into the groove in the nose bridge.

Lens Removal
Replace one lens at a time.
  1. Grasp the nose pad near the bottom.
  2. Rotate the nose pad up.
  3. Grasp the lower jaw and rotate it down.
  4. Remove the lens.
Lens Installation
  1. Insert the replacement lens.
  2. Close the jaw. Rotate the nose pad down and snap it into the locked
    position.

  1. Holding the center of the frame, pull the lens out from the middle.
  2. Squeezing the center of the frame, pop up one corner of the frame and lift it away
    from the lens.

  1. Grip the frame temple with one hand and the lens with the other.
  2. Pull the lens tab out of the frame temple. Remove the lens.

  1. With two fingers carefully pinch the two nose bridge tabs inward.
  2. Then push the nose bridge towards top of sunglasses until lens releases from top.
  3. Then pull lens down and out.

Lens Removal
  1. Locate lock latch on the inside surface of the left temple.
  2. With index finger and thumb, hold lock and door.
  3. Push lock and rotate door away from the lens (shown with arrows).
  4. Rotate temple and door as you’re pushing the lock.
  5. Push nose bridge inwards to release bottom part of lens.
  6. Rotate lens towards the bottom to fully release lens.
Lens Installation
  1. Insert top corner of lens in the lens groove corner (shown with arrows).
  2. Rotate lens and position it fully on the lens groove.
  3. Push nose bridge onto lens towards the outside.
  4. Rotate door closed.

STYLESWITCHTM sunglasses were built with Switchlock Technology™,
meaning changing lenses to suit your environment is as easy as flipping a switch. Here’s
how

Lens Removal
  1. Locate the switch on the left side of the nose pads on your sunglasses and
    lift it up.
  2. Open the lens section of your sunglasses using the hinge near the left
    temple.
  3. Take the lens between your thumb and index finger and gently slide it out,
    starting with the side closest to the hinge.
Lens Installation
  1. Select a different lens and slide it into the lens slot, starting with the
    side closest to the nose.
  2. When the lens is in place, close the lens section at the hinge and return
    the nose pad lock to its locked position.
  3. Repeat the same process with the right side.

  1. Grip the frame temple with one hand and the lens with the other.
  2. Pull the lens tab out of the frame temple. Remove the lens.

Goggle Care

Oakley® goggles are the most sophisticated equipment made for water, dirt, snow and everything in
between. They meet European Community directives for optical performance and are in full compliance
with the I.P.D. of category 1 for EEC directive 89/686.

Oakley’s H2O Goggle, MX Goggle, O Frame®, L Frame™, and E Frame® are engineered with
scratch resistant Lexan® lenses. This provides 100% protection against UV and harmful blue
light, and surpasses ANSI Z87.1 standards for impact resistance. Each frame is constructed with
durable, lightweight urethane that braces the lens in the perfect arc of circle, hugging the face to
maximize peripheral and downward vision.

Oakley Wisdom™ and A Frame® goggles feature dual-lens configurations with proprietary
geometry that mimics the anatomical curvature of the eye. These performance optical systems maximize
peripheral vision and minimize distortion at all angles of vision. Pure Plutonite® lenses block
100% of all UVA, UVB, UVC and harmful blue light while surpassing ANSI Z87.1 standards for optical
clarity and impact resistance. Surge port technology provides fog-cutting air circulation that keeps
drafts away from eyes.

How to keep the best at their best:

All new Oakley Goggles come with a bag for cleaning and storage. Using it will help maintain the
unrivaled optics of Oakley lenses. Wash the bag regularly. (Note: Oakley does not warranty any lens
against scratches.)

Iridium® Lenses: Oakley Iridium® lens coating is engineered to block glare and heighten
contrast. An array of available tints allows the wearer to tune transmission of any light condition.
The 12-micron jacket of Iridium® must be treated with special care to avoid scratching. Use only
mild soap and water; never use cleaning solutions.

IMPORTANT GOGGLE CARE: DO NOT RUB INNER LENS SURFACE WHEN WET.

If snow or water should collect inside the goggle, follow these steps:

  • Shake excess snow from the goggle interior. Clear all ventilation ports and lens vents.
  • Use the Microclear™ Bag that is included with your goggle to gently blot any remaining
    moisture.
  • Allow time for moisture to dissipate. Once the goggle is put back on, keep moving as much as
    possible. Airflow through the vents will help dry the goggle.

Your new goggle is designed for rugged durability, but precision instruments demand proper
care.

 

Follow these guidelines to maximize performance and longevity:

  1. Avoid resting the goggle on your forehead or hat. This reduces the efficiency of ventilation
    ports and exposes the interior to moisture vapor from melting snow and perspiration. To minimize
    fogging, keep the goggle on your face.

 

For proper cleaning and storage, remember the following:

  • Do not use paper products, ski gloves or other abrasive materials to clean the goggle.
  • Allow the goggle to air dry before storing for extended periods.
  • Do not leave the goggle in areas of concentrated heat and sunlight, such as on a car dashboard
    or hanging from a rearview mirror.
  • Protect the lens and face foam by storing the goggle in its protective bag or case.

Apparel Care

WASHING
Normal Delicate Hand Wash
Wash Cold Wash Warm Wash Hot
DRYING
Normal Tumble Dry Delicate Dry on Low Setting
Do Not Tumble Dry Dry Flat
MISCELLANEOUS
Dry Clean Only No Dry Clean Any Bleach
No Bleach Iron As Needed Low Iron
No Iron

Oakley Footwear Care – Oakley Shoe Care
information

CARE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR OAKLEY FOOTWEAR

Simple maintenance can maximize the life span of your Oakley footwear. After use,
brush away surface dirt with a soft brush. Loosen laces to fully open each shoe and place in a
ventilated area to dry. In case of excessive moisture, remove footbeds (if applicable). Pat dry
excess moisture with paper towels or other absorbent material. Leave inside the shoe for 30 minutes.
Remove and air-dry as described above. Store footwear in a cool, dry place (never expose to heat).
Exposure to excessive moisture may cause the shoe to lose its shape, fade in color, or become
weakened. Genuine leather: If your Oakley Footwear has been exposed to environments and terrain not
intended for its use, the warranty will be void.

CLEANING AND CONDITIONING

Please note that cleaning and conditioning your shoes may alter the
appearance of the upper material.

Use a cloth dampened with mild soap and water to gently scrub away dirt. A mild lanolin-based
product may also be used for cleaning and conditioning. Silicone finish can be applied as
needed. Do not machine wash or machine dry.

Do not allow your shoes to come into contact with water (unless otherwise noted). Refer to
your authorized Oakley dealer for a recommended Suede or Nubuc cleaner.

Using a soft damp cloth or soft bristle brush, gently scrub the upper materials with a mild
soap. Do not machine wash or machine dry.