Sun Glasses - For the last 26
years, Jim Jannard and his brainchild Oakley have been
reshaping conventional wisdom, transforming everyday products like
sunglasses, prescription glasses, goggles, clothing, hats,
even watches into functional works of art.
It all started in 1975 with
Jannard as an inventive
salesperson, a funky-looking
rubberized grip made of a compound called Unobtanium, and a dog named
wild sunglass design to the world but realized its potential only when
he received an inquiry from no less a celebrity than the legendary
cyclist, Greg LeMond. And the rest is history!
Oakley Crosshair Sun Glasses
Oakley Juliette Sun Glasses
Today, Oakley sells so
many Oakley sun glasses, it's the brand to beat. And with good reason.
Every model is equipped with some of the most revolutionary
the exceptional Plutonite and Iridium lens coatings, the do-it-yourself
custom-made glasses, and the market-first,
mind-blowing Thump - Oakley
MP3 Sunglasses, which can store up to 60 songs and six hours of playing
Fives 3.0 Sunglasses
Oakley Splice Sun Glasses
Oakley Wiretap Sun Glasses
7-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong in Oakley MP3
Oakley Half Jacket
Reinventing the concept of eyewear was
only the first step. The passion
that ignited the optical industry is now unleashed on high-performance
footwear, wristwatches, apparel and accessories.
Oakley polarized sunglasses are available
in many styles, with
unsurpassed quality, precision optics, and head-turning looks.
success spawned a market filled with replica
sunglasses - fake Oakley sun glasses, or
popularly known. As the saying goes, imitation
is the best
form of flattery.
Oakley is driven to seek out problems, create solutions, and wrap those
solutions in art. The company's obsession with innovation has built a
legacy of science, sculpture, and defiance of conventional thinking.
of A&E's TV hit, Dog The
Duane "Dog" Chapman in Oakley Thump MP3 Sun Glasses