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Oakley Videos

  • Oakley Standard Issue Ballistic M Frame 3.0 Impact Video
  • Oakley SI Ballistic DetCord
  • Oakley Standard Issue Cerakote Eyewear Collection
  • Oakley Standard Issue- James Dietz Collection

Oakley Reviews

    • Oakley SI Ballistic M Frame Alpha

    • 5.0 star rating
    • Great quality
      Reviewer: Justin A.


      Awsome glasses, oakley has gotten better with each new version. The alphas are the strongest built yet.

    • Oakley SI Tightrope

    • 3.5 star rating
    • Functional but fragile
      Reviewer: Prior Service


      I've owned these sunglasses about 2 weeks now; they were purchased to replace a ~10 yr old pair of SI wireframe ballistic sunglasses (discontinued). Those glasses were tough as nails, but this new pair seems more fragile. They are much lighter (the first thing you noticed about the old ballistic glasses was how weighty they were) and I suspect they will not be as durable over the long term. That said, these are about half the price as the old ones. The arms, especially around the ear, have been slightly redesigned to be more comfortable, and they likely won't scratch the inside of the lenses as much as the old model did over time. Apart from that, they are performing as expected.

Oakley Headquarters

Oakley is one of the biggest names in high-quality eyewear, clothing and other tactical items, but the company began as a small operation. James Jannard started Oakley in 1975, crafting and selling protective eyewear for motorcyclists out of the back of his Honda. The original sunglasses were crafted using high-impact plastic, making them lighter and stronger than the glass eyewear that was available at the time. But the fine craftsmanship and innovations helped Oakley expand into a large, diversified operation. The company caught the attention of SEALS, Rangers, Green Berets and other specialized branches within the military for their rugged, ergonomic designs. Soon all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces favored Oakley products, so much so that Oakley began working with the Department of Defense to design items specifically for servicemen and women. We feature a large assortment of tactically advanced Oakley items, including optics, clothing and boots.