The reinvention of the golf shoe continues with Cipher™ 2. At just 260 grams—about half the weight of a can of beer—its extraordinary lightness becomes even more astounding when you see all the technology built into it. Like its predecessor, Cipher™ 2 features a user-adaptable NanoSpike™ outsole that allows for a sleeker, more flexible, and lower-to-the-ground profile. And Cipher™ 2’s one-piece synthetic upper means even inclement weather can’t keep you off the fairway.
You’re not a one-trick pony. You may find yourself putting for par one day and running on a country road the next—and as you adapt to new environments from day to day, your Oakley sunglasses will adapt with you. There’s a specific lens tint for virtually any field of play: road, grass, trail, water and even everyday use. Each tint brings out the visual highlights of the environment in which its worn—and that means a better chance for you to perform at your peak.
2012 Masters Tournament Champion, Bubba Watson officially joined the Oakley Golf Team. The long-hitting lefty with the pink driver will don the highly technical and innovative Oakley golf apparel during the 2013 PGA season.
Oakley’s Audi FIS Alpine World Cup Tour ladies are making history in their own unique ways. Established legend Lindsey Vonn is on her way to reaching the all-time World Cup wins record, while 17-year-old budding superstar Mikaela Shiffrin is wracking up victories at a rapid rate.
I thought I couldn’t get any more excited when the first snow was underway this season. This prediction was thrown wayward when I received a call from Oakley Field Testing. They were making plans to kick off the season testing the quality of Oakley Fall 2013 Outerwear, and what better place to test quality than the world class mountains of Snowbird, Utah and Alta.