• Saving Our Reefs


    Posted about 1 year ago by Oakley, Inc.

    Before it was time to kick-off the 2013 Oakley Pro Bali, Oakley surfers Bruce Irons, Jordy Smith, Sebastian Zietz and Gabriel Medina spent time with sixty local Balinese school children teaching them about the importance of coral reefs.

  • Sneak Peek: The Tour de France Collection


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  • May 2013: A Month In Photography

    Cycling: Tour of California 2013 / Stage 7

    Posted about 1 year ago by John Ohail

    What a month it was! May brought us another round of Summer X Games, two major cycling stage races (Giro d’italia and the Amgen Tour of California) and many other successful competitions showcasing Oakley’s finest athletes. Check out the visual proof in this month’s batch of top notch photos.

  • #YEAH: Lil Jon Caps Off Impressive All Star Celebrity Apprentice Season In Third Place, Raises Funds for American Diabetes Association


    Posted about 1 year ago by Andrew De Lara

    Think you know Lil Jon? Think again. Known from his early days for his bold, loud rap personality – laced with trademarked (literally) taglines, “Pimp Cups,” Grammy nominations and earth shattering tracks co-produced with fellow top artists across genres – the modern day Jon is a thoroughly evolved music and marketing machine. Displaying the versatility of his brand and famous voice, Jon’s recent current club rattling collaborations with some of the top Electronic Dance Music (EDM) artists/DJ’s and worldwide party anthems have him at the top of his game in a new era of music. But it’s the businessman, philanthropist and all-around solid guy that many in the general public haven’t been as familiar with. Until now, that is. Previously finishing fourth in his first try at Donald Trump’s infamously popular Celebrity Apprentice show, the matured entrepreneur was invited back to the boardroom for All Star Celebrity Apprentice this year.

  • $100k Raised by Ryan Sheckler's Foundation at "Skate For a Cause"


    Posted about 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    On a breezy afternoon at the Etnies Skatepark in Mission Viejo, Calif., Ryan Sheckler was joined by the skating community. Current pros like Greg Lutzka and Austen Seaholm, legends of the sport like Jay Adams and Christian Hosoi, turned out for the cause. They were there to compete, of course, but they were also there to contribute – and contribute, they did. Between the carnival atmosphere outside the park and the money spent to watch the big name present and past pros do their thing, more than $100,000 was raised for the Sheckler Foundation and “Be The Change” project to build a skatepark on the Port Gamble S’klallam Reservation.