Oakley has collaborated with designer and creative director Justin O’Shea of SSS World Corp for its new Thermonuclear Protection capsule collection. The project points to the brand's classic '90s California style, while also pulling inspiration from motocross.
The assortment is then highlighted by laid-back and oversized sportswear silhouettes, boasting eye-catching gradients and vibrant colors (inspired by the Oakley Iridium lens hues from the 1990s) on T-shirts, fleece, pants, and outerwear. Also, Oakley's old school logo that appeared on the brand's first product back in 1975 is featured throughout the range.
The Justin O’Shea x Oakley Thermonuclear Protection capsule lands in Oakley stores and online beginning February 28.
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