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Oakley Hydra takes core elements from the brand's DNA, translating the styling from frames like the Razor Blade into a modern performance shield with an improved fit and new materials. The frame is constructed out of lightweight BiO-Matter, which is composed of 56% bio-based carbon content. The material is also durable while delivering a specially tuned flexibility for an optimal fit. The brand's signature trigger stem design also gets a modern update and contributes to the frame's "three-point-fit" for a secure yet comfortable fit on the face. 


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