It can be argued that the Eyeshade model pictured above was the start of everything we now know as Oakley. Back in 1984 - way before the brand was an international giant in the game - Oakley was a garage-based operation seeking to find a way to improve eyewear for professional cyclists, which led to the development of the Eyeshade model. Inspired by the frame of snow goggles, the lenses provided ample protection from the sun packaged within an innovative design and overflowing with style. Now, 30 years later, Oakley drops the Heritage Collection, made up of the Eyeshade, the ubiquitous Frogskins (see our preview here), and the Razer Blade, with all their retro styling, but with a few modern tweaks to the quality of the frames and lenses. Available now in three of the original colorways, find the full Heritage collection here and more looks at the Eyeshade after the jump. Move quickly--all three are in limited numbers.