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STPL x Oakley History of Oakley by Staple Design | Holbrook + Frogskin Sunglasses

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Something new and something old, the 3rd installment from The History of Oakley, a collaborative initiative by Oakley and Staple Design, highlights the past and present of the performance optic label with 2 additions - Holbrook and Frogskin.

First up, the Oakley Holbrook. Though the silhouette maybe that of an updated Frogskin, the design premise is anything but. Taken its name from a small town along Route 66, the typical viaduct for a true American advanture, the eyewear was designed by Jesses White, older brother to skater/snowboarder Shaun White. As signature eyewear for Shaun, the Holbrook is ideal in all environments, much like the Shaun's skill sets.







Next would be the icon from 2 decades ago, the Oakley Frogskin. Unlike other eyewear by Oakley before or after it, the Frogskin was designed specifically as a lifestyle-oriented product. To be inline with its original intent, Jeff Staple and the folks at Staple Design made their version reflected their lifestyle, instead of a specific sport, with their mascot The Pigeon. Because the need to dust-off the original production equipments from the 80s, the STPL x Oakley Frogskin will be available in very limited numbers. Both are available starting today at Reed Space while its online store will only have the Holbrook available.

Reed Space
151 Orchard Street | Map
New York, NY 10002





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