Oakley isn’t the only brand making sport-specific shades, though. Brands like REI, Nike, and Wiley-X offer similar technology. Whether you’re a skier, golfer, runner, or biker, there’s a unique lens that will help you see more detail, depth, and definition. Read on for highlights from Oakley’s latest line of sport-specific sunglasses and goggles.
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The company is seeking that the court issue an injunction against Treasure Franchise to stop selling the glasses and to order AM-PM to give Oakley the money it made from the glasses, the Register said.Treasure Franchise parent Tesoro Corp. hasn’t issued a response to the lawsuit.Oakley has also filed a similar lawsuit against convenience store operator BP West Coast Products, based in La Palma, over the same patents.
“The last thing we would want to do is offend them. We’ve debated this internally a thousand different ways. I mean, what’s the right word? Asian fit? Custom fit? Special fit? Alternate bridge? We haven’t come across something everyone feels comfortable with.”