Oakley expands its collection with Japanese artist Meguru Yamaguchi. Comprised of four styles, the frames feature a vibrant paint pattern that was created using a specialized spin technique that required a custom-made machine to replicate Yamaguchi's signature brush stroke. Themed to the Japanese word "Kokoro", which means “heart; mind; spirit,” the frames were designed to celebrate and unify athletes of all abilities. The collection features limited edition versions of Sutro (top), Frogskins (above), Holbrook, and Sylas.
Oakley and artist Meguru Yamaguchi launch the Kokoro Collection
The collection uses a spin technique to replicate Meguru's Yamaguchi's unique brushstroke style.
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