Ever have one of those downhill runs where you’re sure you broke some speed record? Ever pull-off a trick with such amplitude that you could swear you left earth’s atmosphere for a sec? And wouldn’t it be cool to know for sure? Well now you can. Airwave™ takes Oakley goggle design and technology to the next level with a built-in heads up display that integrates GPS, Bluetooth® and more. Onboard sensors give you instant access to jump analytics that show distance, height and airtime. But there’s so much more: preloaded maps, music playlist control, buddy tracking, and so on. Airwave isn’t merely a goggle; it’s a mobile dashboard.
If you were like most kids, your mom wouldn’t let you go outside to play in the snow until you properly “bundled up.” Back then, that usually meant layering-on so many sweatshirts and jackets that you could barely move your arms. But nowadays, thanks to Oakley’s Smart Climate Control, that old school bulk has been replaced by modular layering apparel designed to keep your core body temperature consistent regardless of your activity level or the weather. How does it do that? By using four layers of apparel you can put on or take off depending on what you’re doing:
: light, breathable and engineered to pull sweat away from your skin. 2. THERMAL: densely woven synthetic fabrics or fill materials that trap warm air close to the skin. 3. SOFT SHELL: flexible, stretch woven fabrics that keep weather out but breathes like a knit. 4. PROTECTION: breathable weather protection that optimizes body temperature and keeps you at peak performance in even the harshest conditions.
When you’re ready to bundle up without stiffening up or freezing up, rely on Oakley Smart Climate Control to help you dominate the winter.
Wallace Spearmon Jr., America’s biggest hope to bring down the Jamaicans in the Olympic 200m race, recently visited Oakley Headquaters for the first time and we caught up with the track star in an exclusive Q&A session.
Norwegian alpine ski racing champion Aksel Lund Svindal continued his dominance of the downhill and super-G scenes in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada where he swept the field at the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup.
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.