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    yanhua07posted 8 years ago

    Oakley is mostly known for their quality sunglasses and ski goggles, and was founded by Jim Jannard in California,USA in 1975, where he developed motorbike hand grips, and then sold them at motocross events. He called them “The Oakley Grip”, and were very different to any other grips riders had been using. In the 1980’s he moved on to goggles and Oakley sunglasses, and is now a world leader in innovative design, creating new and exciting products.
    Sunglass lenses are made of glass or plastic that undergo special hi-tech treatments. The color and degree of darkness of the lens is an important factor when deciding the Uv Protection factor. Learn about Oakley, Rayban, Dolce and Gabbana, Diesel, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Prada, Tommy Hilfiger, and Versace.You can find the lightest, most comfortable and stylish D&G sunglasses at these stores. May of these websites also carry a catalog of a wide range of sunglasses that can be easily downloaded. They also have a comprehensive sunglasses information page, articles and reviews for more information on various sunglass technologies, thus making the selection process a bit easier. They also offer sunglasses that are UV400 protected and are backed by a 30-day guarantee.
    A simple way is to checkis via the label.Flatter your face and protect your eyes, with the latest styles. sun glasses trends are inspired from retro looks to street fashion. It is for you to decide whether you like aviators and oversized Jackie O frames, or the latest futuristic shield shapes, that have flooded the markets, recently. So before you buy your favorite Gucci, Oakley, Ray-Ban or prescription or designer eyewear, check out whether they block at least 99 % of harmful UV rays.
    There are now many different brands of designer oakley gascan which have either evolved in their own right, such as Ray Ban or Oakley, or have been created as an accessory to the fashion house brands, such as Gucci and Versace etc. This article examines the backgrounds to these different designer brands, tracing back to their roots and finding out how they were first created and grew into the well-known high street fashion brands that we all desire to wear.

 
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