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Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses

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The Holbrook is a classic Oakley design fused with modern technology, making it the ultimate sport and lifestyle eyewear model. Featuring a timeless rectangle shape inspired by movie stars of the 1940s to 60s, the Oakley Holbrook sunglasses are perfect for those who seek fashionable performance sunglasses. Shop the Oakley Holbrook in a range of exclusive PRIZM™ and polarised lenses to suit every environment.

Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses

See the full range of Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses online at Just Sunnies Australia. The Holbrook sunglasses by Oakley have maintained their popularity due to the versatile and comfortable rectangular shape with a range of colourways and polarised lens options to suit your lifestyle. A timeless design that has been adored for over a decade features current and innovative eyewear technology that elevates this classic style into a cult sensation. Available in Oakley's exclusive Prizm lens technology, h20 and polarised lenses, the Holbrook sunglasses are suitable for a range of sports and lifestyles. To ensure you find your perfect fit check out the Holbrook XL and Holbrook XS sunglasses so you can easily customise your eyewear, or explore the rest of the collection with the Holbrook TI, the Holbrook Mix and Holbrook Metal on our blog where we explain the key differences between each style. Shop the iconic style with Afterpay, Fast Delivery and Free Express Shipping*.

What is the difference between Oakley Holbrook and Holbrook XL?Arrow

The key difference between the Oakley Holbrook and the Holbrook XL is its size. The Holbrook XL is the larger variation of the popular frame, making them suitable for those with a larger head.

Are Oakley Holbrooks polarised?Arrow

While the Oakley Holbrook does come in a variety of polarised Prizm™ lenses and colours, not all Holbrook are polarised. Look for a "P", "Prizm" or "Polarized" etched on the lens to see if your Holbrooks are polarised.