Oakley is always seeking out unique ways to express their design and engineering prowess through eyewear and those skills are definitely out on full display in their new Ahyris collection. The collection features frames and temples that are secured together through a bold, rivet-like mechanical element. In one example, the mechanical element actually holds together a complex frame architecture that consists of 24 pieces, but the end result is so seamless that it would be hard to tell that it required so many components to put it all together.
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Oakley celebrates the 35th anniversary of the Frogskins
The frames pay tribute to the original design from 1985.