Get 15% Off + Free Shipping on Orders over $150 - Use Code: EPICSUMMER

Oakley Frogskins Blacklight Pack

Oakley’s popular resurrected Frogskins sunglasses make a return in this ’80s-inspired Blacklight Pack, most notable for lighting up under black lights. The retro frames make an appearance in a variety of vibrant hues, each featuring polarized l...

3.V.O.7. x Oakley Frogskins

Chinese actor, singer and director Van Ness Wu and his jewelry label 3.V.O.7. recently teamed up with Oakley to create his own personal Frogskins sunglasses. The design features purple graphics on the front and Van Ness Wu and Oakley branding on the...

Medicom Toy 15th Anniversary Exhibition Collection

Medicom Toy’s recent 15th Anniversary Exhibition went a step further beyond just toys to include several accompanying products. The mostly fashion-based collaborations include A Bathing Ape, HYSTERIC GLAMOUR, Stussy, Oakley and New Era among ot...

Oakley Elite Full Metal Jacket Watch

As part of Oakley’s high-end Elite line, the company has just released this Full Metal Jacket timepiece. Featuring an industrial design constructed from impact-forged titanium, the watch was made with a removable casing that can be transfer...

Oakley “Jupiter Camo” Series

Oakley has come to represent one of the eyewear world’s most innovative sports brand. In the past, the American brand has paved the way for technological breakthroughs as well as ushering in a strong line of lifestyle models. A new collecti...

BKRW x Oakley Limited Edition Frogskins

Parisian collective BKRW link up with Oakley to develop a set of limited edition Frogskins sunglasses, produced in two color options and offered in a run of only 30 units each. Featuring a geometric pattern, the shades are the epitome of Californ...

Back Channel x Oakley Frogskins

The Oakley collaborations have come fast and furious in Japan as of late. Several retailers have been bestowed their own signature Frogskins including streetwear brand Back Channel. Their particular offering merges an iconic design with one of Oa...

oki-ni x Oakley Gradient Frogskins

Despite their presence on the modern fashion scene, the Oakley Frogskins are actually one of the oldest designs produced by the iconic eyewear brand. An ideal target for collaboration as the frame is both historically relevant and experiencing a...

BEAMS x Oakley Frogskin

Japanese retailer BEAMS join forces with Oakley on a new capsule of signature Frogskin glasses. The iconic style features a gradient frame comprised of solid and translucent touches with a multicolored Oakley logo on the arm of the frame. Availab...

Oakley Re AP Vest

In the past few seasons, Oakley Japan has taken it upon themselves to further compliment their highly technical eyewear with apparel. Having developed equipment for the most difficult climates and jobs around, the Re AP Vest hopes to provide a pi...

Oakley Frogskins “St. Paddy’s Day” Sunglasses

Coming off the heels of a Valentine’s Day release, Oakley celebrates Saint Patrick’s Day with a special version of its iconic Frogskins silhouette. Produced in limited numbers, the shades will unfortunately only be gifted to select in...

CloudRaker: A Chat with Brian Takumi at Oakley HQ

Meeting up at the company’s headquarters in Foothill Ranch, CA, CloudRaker sits down for a talk with Brian Takumi, Creative Director of Special Projects and Surface Graphics at Oakley. Takumi relates some of the things he’s encountere...

atmos x Oakley Capsule Collection

In their first collaboration together, Japanese retailer atmos has teamed up with California eyewear brand Oakley to design its very own model of bespoke sunglasses. The first style, the Jawbone, features a black and white speckled, glow-in-the-d...

Oakley Frogskins Acid Series

Originally previewed back in December, the Acid Series from Oakley finally begins to release. Consisting of five different colorways, the shades are a compliment to last year’s Fade Series, with each boasting grey lenses. Look for these now...

Defgrip: The History of Oakley

This past year, Defgrip got the chance to go down to the Oakley headquarters in California to check out the reissue of the infamous B-1B grip that Oakley was working on. While down there, they took the opportunity to put together a video giving a...