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As the undisputed leader in performance eyewear, Oakley continues to advance sport technology and redefine the lifestyle market with patented optical innovations. Numerous patents have been awarded to the inventions behind the company's High Definition Optics (HDO). HDO virtually eliminates the problems of ordinary lenses, including distortion that bends light (so objects aren't really where they appear to be) and optical flaws that magnify images in the manner of prescription lenses made for somebody else.

Eyewear is their passion. Some may say they're obsessed and that's okay. Since 1978, Oakley has led the way in maximizing lens style and technical performance. Right now, it's only getting better for you. Oakley polarized lenses are engineered with a liquid infusion process that bonds the polarizing filter at the molecular level, eliminating the haze and distortion found in conventional technologies. Below are seven exclusive Oakley technologies that put Oakley's polarized lenses at the top of the game. They make the difference, and you reap the benefits when you strap a pair of Oakley's on your head.

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Oakley Sunglasses Technologies

  • High Definition Optics (HDO) - All Oakley polarized lenses utilize HDO, a collection of technologies that include patented innovations for unbeatable optical clarity and performance.

  • Axis of Polarization - The orientation of the polarizing filter is critical for performance, so Oakley polarized lenses maintain the uncompromising precision of EN1836 standards.

  • Infusion Molding - Our lens material bonds to the polarizing filter at the molecular level to eliminate haze and distortion.

  • Lens Colors - You can match your optics to your environment by choosing from a spectrum of optional lens tints.

  • Polarized Emission - This measure of polarization efficiency exceeds 99% in Oakley polarized lenses, a performance level unsurpassed in the industry.

  • Impact Resistance - Oakley performance eyewear meets all impact resistance standards of the American National Standards Institute.

  • Hydrophobic - Oakley Hydrophobic technology helps keep vision clear and sharp by preventing water buildup and repelling oils and contaminants.

Oakley History

Oakley was started by Jim Jannard in 1975 in his garage with an initial investment of $300. Jannard began by selling what he called 'The Oakley Grip' out of the back of his car at motocross events. His motorcycle grips were unlike other grips riders had seen at the time.

Although the grips were successful, brand recognition was limited as the grips were usually concealed by the riders' hands. In 1980, Jannard released a pair of goggles called the O-Frame. With the 'Oakley' logo present on the strap, onlookers began to recognize the brand. In 1984, Oakley introduced a pair of sunglasses called the Eyeshade, which were made of plastic and featured removable lenses. They were popularized by Tour de France winner Greg LeMond and other professional cyclists. Oakley continued to introduce new models of sunglasses, including the Blades, Razor Blades, Frogskins, and the Mumbos, which eventually evolved into the M-Frame series of glasses.

On June 21, 2007, Italian group Luxottica announced a plan to merge with Oakley in a cash deal worth $2.1 billion, and the deal was completed on November 15, 2007. Oakley is now in the portfolio of Milan-based Luxottica group, along with other brands such as Arnette, Ray-Ban, Persol, and Vogue.