• Oakley Shows its Stripes at Angels Stadium

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    Posted 11 months ago by Oakley, Inc.

    As the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim took on the Texas Rangers at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, Calif. on September 6-8, 2013, Oakley teamed up with Infinite Hero Foundation to share the meaningful work they are doing to combat the mental and physical issues facing military heroes and their families.

  • Need for Speed: Oakley Women Learn How to Drive like a Pro at the Porsche Sport Driving School


    Posted 11 months ago by Elishia Matta

    Everyone with a driver’s license has found him or herself on an empty stretch of road and thought about racing off into the distance. Some of us may have even acted on that impulse… Last week, a group of Oakley Women were invited to indulge in that innate fascination with speed with the Porsche Sport Driving School (PSDS) in Birmingham, Alabama.

  • August 2013: A Month In Photography


    Posted 11 months ago by John Ohail

    August was a busy month for Oakley athletes of every kind. Check out some of the best photos coming from all the sporting action across the globe.

  • Lucky 3: Rising Country Rocker Kip Moore Celebrates Three #1 Singles Going Gold in One Year, Rocks Three Oakley OffShoots


    Posted 11 months ago by Andrew De Lara

    A rising Nashville music superstar that’s as passionate about surfing as he is with his guitar…say what? Meet Kip Moore. An artist’s story simply doesn’t get more unique. Following his time in College, this Georgia native picked up with nothing more than a backpack, jetted straight for Hawaii and lived on a beach in a tent for six months.

  • Vattenfall Cyclassics | Hamburg, Germany | 23. - 25. August 2013

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    Posted 11 months ago by Marion Schmitz

    The Vattenfall Cyclassics in Hamburg has become one of the biggest road races in Europe for pros and amateurs alike, and a classic for seeing some of the big stars of the Tour de France and the German cycling elite up close and in person. From 23rd to 25th of August, the sold-out event took place for the 18th time. Approximately 22,000 amateurs kicked into the pedals before the pros had their UCI World Tour Race – which is, by the way, Germany’s only pro race at the highest World Tour level.