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WANTED Oakley bring back the Eye Jacket Sunglasses!

OAKLEY bring back the Eye Jacket 2.0 Sunglasses!

OAKLEY please bring back the Eye Jacket 2.0 Sunglasses!!! They are and were the best fitting and the most comfortable sunglasses I’ve ever owned, and my last pair is on their last legs. They’re exceptionally well-designed and they look super cool, I love the bug-eye style. They fit especially well for us athletes and former athletes that broken our noses over the years and decided not to get a LA nose job. The Eye Jackets were a modern classic design, and yes their were tons of counterfeits selling in New York’s Time Square years ago, but now it’s time Oakley to bring them back into your extensive sunglass product-line just like you did the 1980s Frogskins.

OAKLEY, my personal favorite Eye Jackets where the Black with Gold Iridium Lenses, Full Metal Jackets 7.62 with Gold Iridium Lenses, and Straight (Bone) with Gold Iridium lenses.

Call OAKLEY at 1(800) 403-7449 to request these awesome Eye Jacket 2.0 Sunglasses to be reintroduced and remain back in their sunglasses product-line.

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0 Black with Black Iridium Lenses Sunglasses

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0 Black with Black Iridium Lenses Sunglasses

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0 Black with Black Iridium Lenses Sunglasses

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0 Black with Black Iridium Lenses Sunglasses

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0 Black with Black Iridium Lenses Sunglasses

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0

OAKLEY: Eye Jacket 2.0 Black with Black Iridium Lenses Sunglasses

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PUMA Motorcycle Concept

The PUMA Motorcycle CAD rendering was developed by Karl Sanders during his final year at Coventry University studying Transport and Product Design, something I should studied… But they never build these crazy cool concepts anyway.

PUMA Motorcycle Concept

PUMA Motorcycle Concept

This was a great interpretation of the modern direction PUMA has gone in the past years, with venturing into motorcycle safety equipment like boots, gloves and racing leathers. The PUMA Motorcycle concept uses a number of styling elements borrowed from the world of PUMA’s clothing products, and Karl’s done a great job at fusing together the two very different worlds of athletic clothing and motorcycles. The frame of the concept follows the form of the trade mark PUMA logo, and the unique tire treads are inspired by a sole pattern found in PUMA’s current footwear range. A genius concept and branding straightly, PUMA should commission a joint project with a motorcycle manufacture or custom builder, that’s my two sense.