Announcing the Oakley Airbrake MX Innovative Roll–Off System
The culmination of 35 years of MX goggle evolution, Oakley Airbrake MX is a true landmark of technology that will render ordinary goggles obsolete. Airbrake MX features a revolutionary roll-off system. A clean surface moves into position with the tug of a drawstring, and the vertical field of vision has been maximized. Compared to ordinary roll-offs, the new system increases the total field of view by nearly a third, and expands the vertical field by an astounding 60%. Forget any notion of what defines high performance. Not since the early days of the sport has a single design brought so much innovation. Essential gear for anyone who rides for glory, rides for sport or
just rides, Oakley Airbrake MX goggles are the new standard of protection, clarity, comfort and convenience.
The Roll-Off System will be available on May 15, 2013.
Until now, Switchlock lens-changing technology has been reserved exclusively for sports performance sunglasses. But with the release of Style Switch, the adaptability and versatility of Switchlock moves into lifestyle sunglasses for the first time. In fact, each pair of Style Switch comes with two sets of lenses so you can change your look based on your mood, your environment, or your sense of style.
2012 Olympian Gwen Jorgensen, a Minnesota native, became the first ever American to win an ITU World Triathlon Series event. Oakley women also swept the podium in San Diego, while South Africa’s Richard Murray took silver in the men’s race.
The highly anticipated 2013 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup season began in Manchester, England this April and Oakley is proud to be back as a sponsor of the tour. From top Oakley riders participating, to start gate and course branding, Oakley will be hard to miss.
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 Having seen their best days, Israel’s Rx glasses with scratched lenses, bent frames, and an outdated prescription, were ready to be put away.