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Oakley is based in Lake Forest, California, and a subsidiary of Italian company Luxottica, designs, develops and manufactures sports performance equipment and lifestyle pieces. Most of Oakley's technological designs, fashion pieces, gear, etc. were developed with extensive athlete input and testing in the field - including extreme conditions.

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Wind, rain, shine; it's always a good time to swipe yourself a new set of frames. Whether you like to keep it lowkey with a set of blacked-out peepers that'll hide a hangover or a sports-ready style for your rave rotation, Oakley has it all.

Kickstarting 2023, fragment steps back into the fray for an updated take on the iconic Frogskins sunglasses.

Teaming up with Oakley is a collaborator's dream. I mean, you've got your pick of an extensive sporting archive that has played home to some of the most boundary-pushing, experimental, futuristic styles to ever exist. Few brands can boast as such, and that's precisely why brands like fragment keep coming back.

It's been a couple of years since the duo linked up to deliver a selection of snow-ready goggles, making this refresh all the more welcomed.

A grand departure from a bold set of bug eyes, 2023's iteration of fragment x Oakley sets sights on the iconic Frogskins sunglass silhouette.

Adopted by Staple last year for a three-piece collection, Frogskins are an easy-wearing essential style that looks just as good post-slope as it does knocking about on holiday. It's a versatile, timeless style, providing fragment with the perfect foundation for tinkering.

In the words of Hiroshi Fujiwara, fragment's founder: “With each collaboration with Oakley, we unlock a new level of artistry. The pieces from our SS23 collection are understated yet timeless, designed to fit into almost anyone’s wardrobe seamlessly.”

The frames and the apparel pieces that accompany them adopt a sophisticated, ultra-wearable desaturated palette with vibrant strikes of yellow, blue, and pink subtly applied to branding hits.

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Stay Stylish and Protected with the Latest Trends from Oakley Outlet Store

Oakley is a leading brand in the world of eyewear, known for their high-quality and stylish sunglasses, glasses, and goggles. In this article, we'll take a closer look at some of the latest fashion trends from Oakley, as well as how to find the best deals on Oakley products through outlets, sales, and online shopping.

Trend #1: Sleek and Sophisticated Sunglasses

One of the standout trends from Oakley's latest collection is sleek and sophisticated sunglasses. From classic aviators to trendy wayfarers, these sunglasses are designed to be both stylish and practical. The use of materials like acetate and titanium adds a touch of luxury, while the variety of colors and lens options means there's something for everyone.

Trend #2: High-Performance Sports Eyewear

In addition to their sunglasses, Oakley is also known for their high-performance sports eyewear. From cycling glasses to ski goggles, these pieces are designed to provide excellent protection and visibility in any activity. The use of features like polarized lenses and ventilation helps to keep your eyes comfortable and protected, while the variety of colors and designs means there's something for everyone.

Trend #3: Classic and Contemporary Glasses

Oakley also has a range of classic and contemporary glasses that are perfect for everyday wear. From prescription glasses to reading glasses, these pieces are designed to be both stylish and practical. The use of materials like acetate and titanium adds a touch of sophistication, while the variety of colors and shapes means there's something for everyone.

Where to Find the Best Deals on Oakley Products

If you're looking to score a deal on Oakley products, there are a few options to consider. One option is to check out Oakley outlets, which often have discounted prices on a variety of styles. You can also keep an eye out for Oakley sales, which are a great opportunity to save on your favorite products. Another option is to shop online, as many retailers offer discounts and promotions on Oakley products.


Oakley is a leading brand in the world of eyewear, known for their high-quality and stylish sunglasses, glasses, and goggles. From sleek and sophisticated sunglasses to high-performance sports eyewear to classic and contemporary glasses, there's something for everyone in their latest collection. By shopping at outlets, looking for sales, and shopping online, you can find the best deals on Oakley products and stay stylish and protected

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Oakley Mercenary Outlet review: with Prizm Golf Lenses, these sunglasses will change how you see the course

Although this review is about the Mercenary, essentially it’s mainly about the Prizm golf lenses because that’s what separates Oakley golf sunglasses from the competition. You can get Prizm golf lenses in any of the frame designs, such as Holbrook, Half Jacket and Flak. 

Oakley Prizm Golf and Prizm Dark Golf lenses are fine tuned to boost contrast and adapt to varying levels of light. Prizm golf works in any conditions but it is ideal for low to medium light, while Prizm Dark Golf is for the brightest, sunniest of days. You’d only need the Dark variation if you live in a hot climate. There’s not much call for them in the UK!  

Prizm Golf lenses will help your game in a number of ways. Obviously they will shield your eyes from the sun and improve your vision by filtering out the bad light that washes out or hinders vision, and amping up the good light to improve contrast and decrease eye fatigue. 

As previously stated, they’ll improve the contrast to separate different shades of green to allow you to spot fairway, fringe, rough transitions and also differentiate grain direction to help you judge ball speed on the greens.

It is important to point out that Prizm lenses aren’t polarized. Prizm is an entirely different lens technology. Unlike polarised, Prizm lenses don’t block glare from reflected light, they just amplify what you’re seeing.

Polarised lenses are not always ideal in hand co-ordinated sports environments. They will reduce glare but they can also throw off depth perception which is not really what you need when trying to line up a putt.

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Oakley's Outlet samurai-inspired running shades will help you train like a god

Oakley’s latest frames are named after a Greek god, and they’re worn by some of the world’s most divine athletes. The fetching Xeus sunglasses that made their debut at the 2020 Olympics are making a much-welcomed return this week, and they may just be the final piece for your perfect running fit.

SAMURAI SPECS — If you’re used to the cool minimality of Ray Ban’s aviators, Xeus may look a little daunting. The clunky specs were first released to commemorate the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, with the design taking inspiration from traditional kabuto helmets worn by Japanese samurai. A black and gold version kicked off their debut, but the upcoming iteration features a dual-tone black and silver finish with hits of Oakley branding.

O Matter frames are ventilated to allow for proper airflow during your run and are complemented by an aerodynamic upper brow bar, which features the Oakley logo front and center. A PhysioMorphic Geometry structure allows the glasses to provide just the right amount of coverage without being too heavy. Alt Iridium, Oakley’s proprietary tint and molecular anti-glare coating, is fixed into the lenses along with the usual Prizm technology. Prizm grants the wearer the ability to see color and contrast in a higher definition despite the light-blocking lenses.

Having been tested and approved by sprinters Kevin Borlée and Andre de Grasse during the Tokyo Summer Olympics, the frames are all but guaranteed not to slip off your face as you move. Unobtainium, Oakley’s patented material, covers the nose pads and earsock grips to keep them in place whether you’re sprinting or strolling.

KING OF EYEWEAR — Oakley has some of the highest-performing and most futuristic-looking frames in the game. Built to appeal to a wide range of uses and activities, almost every pair has led an athlete to victory. Olympics aside, the Sub-Zero iteration revamped one of its heritage styles with new tech last year and the Overthetop specs from 2020 are exactly as its name suggests.

Oakley’s silver Xeus sunglasses will hit the brand’s website on July 15. You certainly don’t need to be a gold-medal athlete to enjoy what the glasses have to offer, but sometimes you do need a god-like, warrior strength to make it through that last mile.

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Oakley’s Outlet Online OVERTHETOP "Precious Mettle" Shades Can Be Yours for $7,000 USD

Oakley, known for its athletic eyewear since the mid ’80s, first debuted the OVERTHETOP “Precious Mettle” in the 2000 Summer Olympics and was worn by Trinidad & Tobago’s Ato Bolden in the Men’s 100-meter dash where he won silver. From there, the shades have been part of a number of historical style moments. Bolton remembers Oakley as a “a fun company to be associated with because they were always trying to push the envelope, get stares, and get people to think differently about what eyewear could look like.” The sunglass company has been seen on iconic figures like Michael Jordan, Dennis Rodman and actor Brad Pitt.

The newest OVERTHETOP pair from 2020 was crafted out of 100% “O Matter” and ​​created from the 2000 model’ original mold. It features the same cyborg-style design that fits over the top of the head rather than around it, eliminating the pressure points and bounce created by the force of running. While the original design came in a metallic chrome finish, the updated version which dropped in 2020 in honor of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, comes in gold and bronze. Recently appearing on talk show host Kerwin Frost and Swedish golfer Jarmo Sandelin, the shades live on through the digital ages and continue to command the attention of many.

You can get your hands on a pair for $7,000 USD through consignment shop, Justin Reed.

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Oakley revives retro Sub Zero glasses outlet online with modern technologies

Oakley has reintroduced its iconic Sub Zero glasses, which originally debuted in 1992.

The glasses were in production until 1995 before being discontinued, although the frame and design have earned a cult status among fans of the brand.

A futuristic design in 1992, the glasses have been updated with Oakley’s modern optical technologies, featured in the brand’s best sunglasses.

The Sub Zeros have been updated with the brand’s tried-and-tested Prizm Lens Technology, as well as a unique shield lens design. The glasses feature the brand’s signature ‘Unobtainium’ nose pad and ear socks that are claimed to provide a no-slip grip.

This re-release exists as part of Oakley’s MUZM collection, which the brand describes as “a unique curation of iconic styles that are re-released with new interpretations and infused with today’s technology”.

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Oakley Encoder sunglasses outlet store online for 2022

The Oakley Encoder sunglasses look absolutely epic with their flared-edge lens – there to add stiffness – and fit securely and comfortably with a wide range of helmets. The lens clarity is up to Oakley's usual high standards, but that flared edge causes distortion which has been 'solved' with a fairly sizeable nose rubber. And then there's the price – you're going to have to really like the looks... ..........Read full article

Oakley Kato sunglasses Outlet review

Sunglasses are becoming ever-bolder in their designs in recent years. Long gone are the days of riders wearing diminutive two-lens options (unless your name starts with G and ends with -eraint Thomas). Shield-style glasses are de rigueur at the moment, thanks to both their ability to create a bold style statement, and the performance benefits of a bigger field of view and added shielding from the elements. 

Although big shades have been around since the 80’s with the Oakley Eyeshades they fell out of favour until, in my view, Oakley released the Jawbreaker in collaboration with Mark Cavendish. Now Cav has again teamed up with Oakley to develop an even more visually striking pair of cycling glasses, with a unique lens that covers the nose. 

As we know, however, style can only get you so far, so are these style over substance, or do they deserve a spot in our list of the best cycling sunglasses?

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The ever popular Flak® sunglass collection gets a couple of new styles to the family with the Flak® Beta, an ideal size for medium to large sized faces and the Flak® Draft which is potentially one for the small to medium sized adult faces. Both still very much a part of the O Matter™ frame material line-up, complete with unobtainium® nosebombs and running with their HDO system for brilliant peripheral vision as you’d expect on the Oakley sports models.  The Draft version offers a single release trigger for even simpler lens changing.  Also hosts a brilliant feature in its integrated ventilation system.  Whether its the Beta or the Draft for you, both are available in a range of frame and lens colour combinations straight off the shelf, including Polarized and Prizm.

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How to pick the right Rx cycling sunglasses for you at oakley outlet store

Unfortunately, clip-in inserts tend to be proprietary. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution and brands tend to only offer inserts for a very limited selection of their frames. Even a style as popular as Oakley’s Sutro, for example, is impossible to get an insert for without having one custom made. ..........Read full article