Saturday, 13 October 2012

Romain Grosjean - Oakley Dispatch II Sunglasses

Romain Grosjean wearing Oakley Dispatch II Sunglasses (2012)

Romain Grosjean - F1's Bad Boy (or is he just in the wrong place at the wrong time) is usually seen walking around the F1 Paddock wearing Oakley Dispatch II Sunglasses.

I snapped this image (below) of the Lotus F1 driver this morning wearing his favourite sunglasses over his head during an interview after qualifying for the Korean GP.

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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Fernando Alonso - Oakley Jupiter Squared Sunglasses

Fernando Alonso at Malaysian GP 2012 in White Oakley Jupiter Squared

Double Formula One World Champion Fernando Alonso has been spotted wearing all sorts of flashy sunglasses over the years. Alonso seems to be a big fan of the bright colours or statement sunglasses.

It's hard to believe that the Ferrari driver only signed up as an Oakley athlete in the Summer of 2011. Since then, Fernando Alonso has been seen wearing Oakley's staple sunglasses models such as Fuel Cell and Holbrook.

During the 2012 season Alonso's sunglasses of choice have been the Oakley Jupiter Squared in various colours. I don't really blame him though, I've tried these on myself and found them to be very comfortable; in fact these may be my next sunglasses purchase.

Click the images in this post (below the jump) for a closer look.

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Sunday, 16 September 2012

Rory McIlroy - Oakley Fast Jacket XL Sunglasses

Current World Number 1 Golfer Rory McIlroy is one of Oakley's biggest names right now... and lets be honest, Oakley have a LOT of athletes under their umbrella. The Northern Irishman is having a great year, having recently won The US PGA Championship at Kiawah Island by eight shots in August.

Oakley are so proud of their star golfer, they have splashed him all over their website and are using him in much of their publicity at the moment. They also paid tribute to Rory with the image below wearing his Oakley Fast Jacket XL sunglasses up-side-down on the back of his head as he takes a swing.

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