• National Hot Rod Association and Oakley Team Up for Veterans

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    Posted 5 days ago by Jackie Jones

    At Oakley we know how important Infinite Hero Foundation’s work is, but stories of troops’ challenges and successes resonate significantly more when coming from the mouths of veterans themselves.

  • 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.

  • Saving Our Reefs

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    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.

  • OneSight & Oakley Team Up in Santa Ana

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    Posted over 1 year ago by Oakley, Inc.

    Shedding his old frames, 6th grader Israel shows Oakley CEO, Colin Baden, his well-worn pair of Oakley Gaskets. Having seen their best days, Israel’s Rx glasses with scratched lenses, bent frames, and an outdated prescription, were ready to be put away. Baden, having just manufactured a brand new pair of Oakley’s with Israel’s prescription, presented him with his brand new glasses as part of the OneSight Santa Ana Clinic.

  • Oakley and OneSight Team Up to Give the Gift of Sight to Elementary School Kids in Santa Ana, Calif.

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    Posted over 1 year ago by Chasen Marshall

    The dark-haired fifth grader can’t believe what she’s seeing. Well, actually, April Garnica can’t believe what she wasn’t seeing just minutes prior. Bob Burnquist, the legendary big air skateboarder, is kneeling at the girl’s side, beaming as she pulls her black-framed eyeglasses away from her eyes and then puts them back on. The difference is stunning. She looks around the auditorium, surrounded by other Martin Elementary School kids who are going through the same eye tests she did earlier in the day. She reads signs and notices details that were previously blurry. Burnquist, who delivered the glasses to April as part of the OneSight program, has helped to give her the gift of sight.