Oakley Sunglasses – A Sporting Great
There’s no mistaking the famous Oakley logo; it’s been part of the sports landscape for the past 30 years. Found on the arm of Oakley sunglasses, it is a subtle logo yet coveys a punchy reminder of just how big and well-respected the brand has become.
There’s also no mistaking a pair of Oakley sunglasses. The classic sleek, sporty design has been imitated over and over again – to such an extent that it’s important to make sure you buy your Oakley sunglasses from an official dealer, like Shade Station.
Oakley was designed and developed for sportsmen, so it’s not surprising they’re the brand of choice for a lot of active people in both traditional and freesports. As well as fielding their own Oakley teams in a number of competitive sports, they have some high profile athletes on their books representing the brand. These include: cyclists Victoria Pendleton and Bradley Wigan, cricketer Kevin Pieterson, and golfer Ian Poulter.
Oakley have earned an enviable reputation over the years through the production of high quality, innovative, performance enhancing eyewear for men and women. The company work hard for their money and reputation, continually developing new technology and specialist features, which they incorporate into the design of their sunglasses. For instance all lenses are produced with Oakley’s pioneering ‘High Definition Optics’ which was developed to give the wearer ultimate visual clarity. Other examples of innovation are Oakley’s ‘Thump’ and ‘O Rokr’ styles which feature both bluetooth and MP3 facilities built into the arm.
Although sport is Oakley’s main draw, plenty of people choose to wear Oakley sunglasses as a fashion statement or simply because they like the quality of the glasses. So in addition to high-performance sports sunglasses, Oakley have a number of collections including ‘Design your own Oakleys’, ‘Fashion’ and ‘Collector’s Items’. The highly collectable Oakley ‘Frogskin’ is an example which displays the diversity of sunglass styles that can be found within the Oakley portfolio.
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