The 11-time PGA Tour winner talks about his golf, his eyewear, his clothes and the Ryder Cup.
Rafa Cabrera Bello epitomises the Oakley lifestyle - surfing and skiing when not on the course.
We try out the Oakley G30 Iridium lens, designed specifically for golfers.
Lightweight materials mean less fatigue at the end of your round
A sneak peek at what Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler and others will be wearing at the year's first major.
How a specific golf lens can protect your eyes and improve your reading of greens.
The popularity of traditional golf shoes may have spiked in the late 1990s, but now the popular shoe in golf is spineless.Oakley have added to their Cipher range of golf shoe, releasing the Cipher 2 shoe. Weighing just 260 grams, the Ciper 2 uses various...
The Oakley CarbonPRO shoe is Oakley's Tour-level shoe and is Oakley's most technologically advanced shoe ever.The concept Oakley had when creating the CarbonPRO was to engineer a shoe that is lighter and lower to the ground than traditional Tour shoes.The...
The Oakley Cipher shoes are incredibly light, surprisingly comfortable and certainly not waterproof.Out of the box, you immediately feel how much weight Oakley have removed from the shoe and your eyes will be immediately interested in the NanoSpike pads...
The Oakley Cipher golf shoe is the lightest performance golf shoe in golf.Weighing in at just 260 grams, Oakley Cipher's Factory Lite Technology ensures the base of the shoe is stable and closer to the ground than ever before, while using lightweight materials...
In 1975, Jim Jannard started Oakley with an initial investment of just $300. The name came from Jannard's English Setter dog. The company began selling grips for motorcycles, with production from Jannard's garage.
In 1980, Jannard launched the O-Frame goggles with the iconic Oakley "O" on the strap. In 1984 the step into performance eyewear was made with the launch of the Eyeshade. This was the start of the Oakley brand as we know it today.
One of Oakley's key strategies is to match its brand with athletes through sponsorship. Oakley maintains a large roster of sports stars across a wide variety of sports. Athletes who have been, or are currently, sponsored by Oakley include: Michael Jordan, Shaun White, Fernando Alonso, Valentino Rossi, Ryan Sheckler and Lindsay Vonn.
With their extensive research and development of sunglasses, Oakley sunglasses have been worn by professional golfers for years. Throughout the peak of his career, David Duval was known for wearing Oakley's M Frame glasses, wearing them to win the 2001 Open Championship in addition to his 59 at the 1999 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
In 2011, Oakley introduced a revolutionary collection of Apparel & Accessories to match their eyewear, including the world’s lightest ever performance golf shoe, Cipher.
In 2013 Oakley expanded their stable of athletes, adding Bubba Watson (Apparel & Footwear) and Zach Johnson (Apparel & Eyewear) to the roster that already includes Ian Poulter, Ricky Barnes, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Brendon Steele, Yani Tseng, Annika Sorenstam, Ryan O'Toole and many more.