Knockoff Oakleys packs High Definition Optics technology into its glasses. The most interesting is probably the Prizm technology, which is based on the physical fundamentals of optics. The human eye only perceives a certain part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Humans can see colors from 380 nm to 780 nm. Fake Oakley sunglasses intervenes here and cuts this color portion through its lens. Since there are many red and green components and fewer blue components in the light in the forest – i.e. where you are probably most out and about with the Prizm Trail lens. The glass mainly filters out and highlights the blue part of the spectrum so red and green stand out. This should create stronger contrasts that make bumps and roots easier to recognize.
High Definition Optics (HDO) is what Oakley calls its technology, which aims to ensure the most distortion-free vision possible. Various tests help to measure the sharpness and the distortion in order to guarantee that you can see the tree in focus and in its original size. In order not to clear the tree, the diffraction of light is also measured. This is used to check whether objects are displayed as if they were moved from their original position.
Thanks to the material used, foakleys Plutonite lenses offer protection against UV radiation. 100% of all UV radiation is filtered – only the parts of the spectrum that are not harmful to the eye are allowed through. At the same time, the lens should offer advantages in terms of protection. Oakley tests the effects of heavy weight and high speed directly on the lenses and guarantees impact protection for these two scenarios that no other lens can offer.
The Americans indicate the area of application for the Prizm Jade Iridium lens as slightly cloudy. It fits like a fist on the eye. With light cloud cover, i.e. still a lot of light, the glasses take away the intensity of the blinding headlights in particular. It turned out to be particularly pleasant even with lots of sun and open roads. The slight tint and the reddish tint only become difficult when there is little light. Then the glass in dark sections soaked up too much of the remaining light for most testers. Above all, light-dark contrasts strengthen the glass, which is positively noticeable when there is sufficient light. Steps, bumps, roots: everything that casts shadows and thus brings structure to the ground is better drawn.
Fortunately, we did not have to personally test the guarantee of having the glass with the best protective effect using coarser soil samples. However, with a thickness of 2 mm, the glass makes a very good impression. The standard in skiing, fake Oakleys only uses the clear lenses on the front line: double glazing. With the single-glazed prism glass, however, we had no problems with fogging up the lens. If it gets wet and rainy, we would switch to clear glass anyway, as the lighting conditions are usually poorer.