Only five have been produced and the entire run will only be available in Japan.
The brand's sponsored athletes will be wearing the style at this year's games.
The patterns are created using a custom-made machine to replicate Yamaguchi's brush strokes.
The unique frameless lens contours your face with a mask-like fit.
The lens technology allows for more coverage than ever before.
The two companies team up on a special edition of the Eye Jacket Redux.
The titanium frames are still ahead of their time.
The frame is inspired by the iconic Oakley Racing Jacket from the late 90s.
A minimalist take on Oakley's latest performance frame.
The lens is unlike anything you've ever seen in eyewear before.
An eyewear-friendly mask from those who know eyewear best.
The famed designer release a collection of his favorite go-to pieces.
The company heads back to 1989.
The brand's futuristic thinking and aesthetic is showcased in a new apparel and accessories capsule.
The frame made for one of the most memorable moments of the 2000 Sydney games.
The collection uses a spin technique to replicate Meguru's Yamaguchi's unique brushstroke style.
The brand's performance pieces celebrate the Oakley Eyeshades.
The frames pay tribute to the original design from 1985.
A field-ready frame built for tactical missions or discerning outdoorsmen.