Oakley Inc. produces and sells sunglasses, prescription eyewear, sports apparel, goggles, and footwear. [Description from dmoz]
Oakley sells so many sunglasses, it goggles the mind. It makes high-performance sunglasses and goggles for sports and fashion enthusiasts in more than 110 countries. Its vast products portfolio spans the mid-level to upscale range and features high-tech designs, including interchangeable, high-optical clarity lenses and damage resistance. Oakley runs a handful of its own stores (O Stores and Oakley Vault) and others -- totaling more than 220 global locations. It also sells its wares at Dillard's, Sunglass Hut, and specialty retail outlets. The company, founded in 1975, also makes and markets a line of footwear, as well as watches, apparel, and accessories. Eyewear behemoth Luxottica acquired Oakley in 2007. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 199K U.S. monthly people.
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