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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.

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