Hawaii … a little island in the middle of the sea.
Cross link – Oakley’s crossover design comes with interchangeable temples.
Oakley ‘s Over the Top is just a little “Over the Top”
Geek chic is in…. and Frogskins are hot.
Crystal Gray with Positive Red Iridium lenses.
Oakley Limited Edition Jupiter Camo Fuel Cell
The Jupiter Camo Fuel Cell pays homage to a Oakley’s mascot frog “Jupiter” that inspired the original Oakley Frogskin™ sunglasses.
Happy Boy’s Day.
The carp has become the symbol of tango no sekku or Boys’ Day because the Japanese consider it the most spirited of fish—so full of energy and power that it can fight its way up swift-running streams and cascades. Because of its strength and determination to overcome all obstacles, it stands for courage and the ability to attain high goals. Since these are traits desired in boys, families traditionally flew koinobori from their homes to honor their sons.
In celebration of Boy’s Day we would like to share images of Oakley’s Ernesto Fonseca Signature Series Antix. This signature edition series sunglass captures the image and spirit of the Japanese koi (carp) and Ernesto ” The Fonz” Fonseca.
We’ve finally received our shipment of the newest Lafont release and we’re more excited than ever. What we love about this collection is their bright palette of colors, attention to detail, and exquisite workmanship in every frame. Take a look . . .
What’s not to love about Kate Spade?
Nothing fancy about this frame. Just a little splash of color to highlight this simple polarized sunglass from Kate Spade. It’s amazing what a little color does and quite frankly, it’s the classic Kate Spade look – bright and playful, yet simple and understated.
Instead of sending your old eyeglasses to that big eyeglass graveyard in the sky, consider donating them to your local Lion’s Club or drop them off at our office and we will make sure your old eyeglasses are given a second life. We all have a few dusty, crusty old eyeglasses lying around the house, forgotten and buried in the bottom of a drawer. To someone who needs a pair of eyeglasses, your old eyeglasses might give them the chance to work, read a book, and maybe support a family. So many of us take our vision for granted; it’s amazing how an old pair of eyeglasses can change a person’s life. Give your old eyeglasses and another person a second life by recycling your prescription eyeglasses, and non-prescription sunglasses.