Enduro Sunglasses: The latest collaboration between Shaun White and Oakley


Oakley and Shaun White are back with their latest collaboration: The Oakley Enduro Sunglasses.

Once we get these bad boys in office to test out, you’ll be updated…

Full press release from Oakley:

This addition to the Shaun White Collection takes classic ‘60s rock & roll style that goes from rebel to refinement with metal accents and carved lines. Inspired by Shaun’s meticulous eye for detail and a fashion-focused appeal, as well as sport, screen and music icons. Enduro™ is a comfortably lightweight O Matter® frame with the vintage look of smooth, rounded curves. It’s available in solid colors or tortoise patterns from back in the day, and it salutes the rebels and riders who didn’t need a road to tell them where to go.


+ Oakley design collaboration with Shaun White
+ Deco plate detail on center frame
+ Sophisticated stem design with metal accents
+ HDPolarized™ – Minimized glare via technology that produces the best polarized lenses on the planet (optional)

+ Durability and all-day comfort of lightweight, stress-resistant O Matter® frame material
+ Zero-pressure, Three-Point Fit


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