The Oakley brand started in 1975 in a tiny garage and with a $300 investment. Sometime in 2007 the Oakley brand merged with Luxottica (for a 2.1 billion dollar cash deal) who now produces the Oakley sunglasses along side Ray-Ban, Persol and Arnette. Now that I provided you with a few interesting facts lets move on to the actual product: The Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses.
The Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses are made of stress-resistant “O Matter” frames that are comfortable and super lightweight. With his brother Jesse acting as his creative director, snowboarding superstar Shaun White worked closely with Oakley during the creation of Holbrook. Together they went back to vintage styles like the original Oakley Frogskins then set out to distill their own vision of American cool. The standard glasses come with “pure Plutonite lenses that filter out every ray of UV” or you can get Oakley HDPolarized lenses for filtering that cuts more than 99% of reflected glare. These are also available with Oakley Authentic Prescription Lenses for all you bookworms. Or your final option is to go with the Iridium lens coating that is supposed to reduce even more glare while balancing light transmission. Between all the color options, the limited edition models and the lens options you have about a million options (Maybe that’s a slight exaggeration). So you’ll have no problem finding the perfect pair for you.