While Oakley is now primarily known for its sunglasses, the brand was first started in 1975 producing motorcycle grips and has since then expanded to include a wide range of apparel, accessories, and footwear. The Brand Dead x Oakley footwear looks to be a spin on the Oakley Flesh silhouette, a rare design from Oakley’s 2000s catalogs. The upcoming pairs are lined in a sail suede upper with light brown moisture-wicking Aeroprene lining shown through the tongue section. Navy oval-shaped attachments are placed around the toe and the split sole unit below features finger-like grips offering extra elevation.
Take a first look at the collaborative Oakley Flesh sneakers above, and expect a release in the coming weeks at Brain Dead Studios Fairfax and the Brain Dead website.
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