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1W
Nov 21, 2022 1:01 AM
Interesting. I didn’t think the sunglass drop was this week. I thought it was in December.
1W
Nov 21, 2022 1:00 AM
Quentin Tarantino (unfortunately next to Harvey Weinstein) wearing some Oakley Deviations:


1W
Nov 17, 2022 2:59 PM
I'm glad the Black Ostrich Flesh is available on Oakley.com rather than having to go through the silliness that is the Brain Dead raffle. That's probably the most interesting colourway out of the bunch.
1W
Nov 16, 2022 5:52 PM
It looks to be an amateur custom cut. The proportions are off, especially the part of the lens toward the temples/hinge. The "cornering" of cuts don't look pronounced as it should be, so a hand cut lens.
2W
Nov 10, 2022 7:24 PM
The new trailer to John Wick 4:


Now to figure out what sunglasses Donnie Yen is wearing.
2W
Nov 9, 2022 3:11 AM
I just had to pick up this LE:

https://drsquatch.com/pages/spider-man


3W
Nov 8, 2022 6:18 AM
The collab Chopsaw and the Ostrich Flesh look cool. The regular Oakley.com releases are cool as well. Seems like too much of a hassle to get shoes.
3W
Nov 8, 2022 6:15 AM
OAKLEY FACTORY TEAM REVIVES CULT FAVORITES FLESH AND CHOP SAW
THE NEWEST FALL/WINTER 22 LAUNCH FEATURES THE TWO STYLES FROM THE ARCHIVES IN ORGANIC COLORWAYS CONCEPTUALIZED BY BRAIN DEAD AND POWERED BY OAKLEY

Monday, November 7, 2022 — The Oakley Factory Team is a long-standing experimental collaboration conceptualized by Brain Dead, powered by Oakley. Our newest capsule collection digs into the Oakley Archive to reimagine some of our cult favorites. Somewhere between our desire to predict the future and our need to preserve the present, Oakley x Brain Dead Flesh and Chop Saw were born.

In the early 2000s, Oakley’s Flesh design emerged from the black void of fashion and ushered a glimpse of the future. Sleek, comfortable, and amorphous in shape, the release was a catalyst for decades of inspiration. Chop Saw followed soon after, its eye-catching sole and high functionality helped support a sturdy shoe with a sharp personality. Each design helped spark the imagination and expanded what form and function could accomplish together. Brain Dead designers have long admired Oakley’s commitment to creating apparel with lifespans that stretch far beyond the spiral of trends.

The Oakley Factory Team is made possible by a team of pioneering designers with an eye for the cutting edge. Their sharp focus is complimented by the softest materials around. Our Oakley x Brain Dead Flesh has the same sock-like uppers cut from suede and aeroprene for breathability and a chunky, undulating sole unit for comfort and shock absorption. The Oakley x Brain Dead Chop Saw shines in its support and its grip fit for all terrains.

Brain Dead x Oakley Factory Team Flesh Pack will be available on November 15th, at 10AM PT on WEAREBRAINDEAD.COM, Brain Dead Studios Fairfax, Brain Dead Sunset, and select retailers worldwide.

Oakley Factory Team Flesh Pack will be available on November 17th at 10AM PT on WEAREBRAINDEAD.COM, Brain Dead Studios Fairfax, Brain Dead Sunset, Oakley Stores, Oakley.com and select retailers worldwide.

Brain Dead x Oakley Factory Team Chopsaw will be available on December 13th at 10AM PT on WEAREBRAINDEAD.COM, Brain Dead Studios Fairfax, Brain Dead Sunset, and select retailers worldwide.

Oakley Factory Team Chopsaw will be available on December 15th at 10AM PT on WEAREBRAINDEAD.COM, Brain Dead Studios Fairfax, Brain Dead Sunset, Oakley Stores, Oakley.com and select retailers worldwide.

More news on the Factory Team, powered by Brain Dead and Oakley, coming in 2023. Stay tuned on Oakley.com and follow @wearebraindead, @oakley and @factoryteamproject for more.



3W
Nov 8, 2022 6:14 AM
Official pics probably in 3 weeks. It might be someone is willing to break code and show the behind-the-scenes production pics, but I wouldn’t recommend it.
3W
Nov 3, 2022 5:42 PM
Don’t forget to pick up the shirt as well:

https://www.oakley.com/en-us/product/FOA405051
3W
Nov 3, 2022 11:45 AM
Dalstrong x Call of Duty:

https://dalstrong.com/pages/call-of-duty

Now, I have never heard of Dalstrong before and don’t know if their knives are quality, but the lineup looks so cool I had to pre-order at least the huge cleaver with the stand. The only true limited pieces in the line are the leather apron and bag.



3W
Nov 3, 2022 4:06 AM
THROWBACK TO THE FUTURE: OAKLEY® AND STAPLE DROP TWO-PIECE LIMITED-EDITION COLLECTORS PACK FEATURING NEW INTERPRETATION OF 1992 SUB ZERO AND 2022 RE:SUBZERO
BOTH GLASSES WILL FEATURE A SCI-FI INSPIRED MARBLE SWIRL DESIGN

Wednesday, November 2, 2022 — The new Oakley® x STAPLE collaboration is a mix of history reinvented and renewed. The limited-edition collector's package includes the original 1992 Sub Zero and its present-day doppelganger, the 2022 Re:SubZero. The original Sub Zeros were ahead of their time when first released, weighing less than an ounce. This same technical feat has been replicated in this new collaboration for extremely lightweight frames. Both glasses feature a white, marble-inspired design on the temples that complement the all-black frames, honoring this legendary silhouette while paying homage to classic sci-fi iconography.

“This collection connects the past with the future in such a way that celebrates where both Oakley and STAPLE came from as well as where we plan to go,” said Brian Takumi, Oakley VP, Brand Soul and Creative. “Jeff Staple and his entire team continue to infuse our brand with a unique outlook on what’s possible when it comes to eyewear and apparel. The marble-inspired frames in this collection heroes the original Sub Zero and its present day counterpart that’s unlike anything we’ve ever done. Much like the theme of the collection, we explored a new frontier with the STAPLE team when creating it. That relentless pursuit of unique design and adventure is what continues to fuel the success of this collaboration.”

The Sub Zero Collector’s pack includes a new iteration of the original Sub Zero and the reimagined Re:SubZero. Both frames include the Premium Prizm™ Black lens with a laser etched Pigeon logo and feature a marble swirl temple design. Supremely light, each pair will take you through a journey of past and future discovery.

“For this collaboration, we reinvented a revered Oakley classic – the Sub Zero. To me, these frames encapsulate Oakley’s unmatched technical innovation and have an unmatched sleek and futuristic design,” says Jeff Staple, Founder of STAPLE & Reed Art Department. “We put our own spin on both glasses, giving them a laser etched Pigeon logo and a timeless marble-inspired design.”

This release marks the final installation of this year’s two-part product collaboration, following the release of three Oakley x STAPLE Frogskins in June. The new Oakley x STAPLE Sub Zero Collectors Pack will be available:

November 3rd: Available on Oakley.com, followed by Oakley stores globally + StaplePigeon.com. Stay tuned to Oakley.com and @Oakley for further drops.

For more information on the Oakley x STAPLE Sub Zero Collectors Pack, visit Oakley.com and follow @Oakley @staplepigeon.






3W
Nov 3, 2022 12:56 AM
GWP for the holidays are back. Hand painted splatter hard cases. It's basically these:

https://www.oakley.com/en-us/product/W0OO4129C?variant=888392395160

Very "meh" from what I've seen, but I'm sure you'll like them. I think it's a December 5 release, but it might be for Black Friday. I forget.

F&F sale on November 8 to 15.
1M
Oct 2, 2022 4:16 AM
One of the screen-used Omega Seamaster props for the last James Bond movie, No Time to Die, went for £226,800 (~$253k USD) at auction:

https://www.watchpro.com/james-bonds-omega-seamaster-worn-to-his-death-by-daniel-craig-in-no-time-to-die-sells-for-226800/?amp=1

Awesome stuff. They also included a special case for it:


1M
Oct 1, 2022 7:44 PM
That new symbol means that they are made with the new Bio-matter. If I’m not mistaken, recycled frames. - Chattabox23


http://o-review.com/forum_detail.php?ID=14795&p=last#new
1M
Sep 30, 2022 11:27 PM
Yep, the TM Artist Edition is ever so slightly wider, but the height's the same as all those monster-sized editions:


1M
Sep 30, 2022 6:44 PM
Yep. If it ever hits Canada, I'm all in for a couple figures.
1M
Sep 30, 2022 6:36 PM
Every wanted to see yourself as an action figure? Apparently now you can for $80 (but only in the US):

https://hasbropulse.com/pages/selfie-series

Immortalize yourself as an action figure
Hasbro Selfie Series allows you to digitally re-imagine yourself as a premium one-of-a-kind action figure, inspired by some of your favorite characters.

Download the Hasbro Pulse app, snap a selfie, choose your character, and customize your look. Then sit back and relax as your new Hasbro Selfie Series figure ships right to your mailbox.

Available exclusively for fans ages 16 and up, in the US only.
1M
Sep 30, 2022 5:21 PM
IDW publishes books they call Artist Editions which reproduce comic art in 1:1 scale. Typically these books are around 13.25” x 19.25” in size. IDW went all out for the Todd McFarlane Artist Edition released last week, however. It tips the scale and also measures a whopping 13.38” x 24.25” for basically the same price as a normal version.

Here are some comparison pics to another Artist Edition from IDW and a typical Omnibus:



1M
Sep 30, 2022 5:21 AM
So the glasses from Yeezy is finally coming:

https://yeezy.com/

Originally meant for Gap, Kanye’s now releasing it himself. It’s meant to be cheap and flexible (rumour is $20 price point, which would be surprising and great). I’ll get one for fun either way:


1M
Sep 30, 2022 5:08 AM
GravaStar has been IG feed for a long time, so it’s getting hard to ignore them:

https://www.gravastar.com/

They make futuristic earbuds and speakers. Super cool stuff they’re designing:







2M
Sep 24, 2022 11:11 PM
SILMO Paris is occurring this weekend, and the SILMO d’or awards were passed out. Typically I don’t care about the awards since their idea of innovative and award-worthy is very different from my POV. Still, I was intrigued by their acknowledgement of a brand called Out Of as the best in sports eyewear.

For those who don’t know, Out Of makes simple eyewear infused with carbon and Grilamid to make what they claim as the lightest sports glasses in the world at 16.8g. They weigh their Piuma glasses against other brands (including Oakley’s) in a video here:

https://out-of.com/en/piuma-performance-sunglasses-with-the-one-nero-lens

They also take shots at over-the-top designs such as Oakley:


I’m still not interested in the brand too much, since I do like detailed design work in my glasses, but I thought an award to them was interesting.
2M
Sep 24, 2022 3:07 PM
New coin for all you kids to chase:



2M
Sep 23, 2022 5:21 AM
Just a heads up that the Mod 7 snow helmet will be officially announced soon, though it was actually announced during trade shows earlier this year. It's the one with integrated goggles held in by magnets called Secure Connect technology and comes with additional venting on the top of the helmet via a slide mechanism.
2M
Sep 23, 2022 5:17 AM
HasLab is at work again and is putting out the Robbie Reyes's Hellcharger for the Marvel Legend's line (though they can't actually call it that since they didn't pay Dodge any licensing fees):

https://hasbropulse.com/collections/haslab/products/marvel-legends-haslab-engine-of-vengeance




The collector community is offended by the pricing of this one, and there's a lot of in-fighting, which has been funny to watch on YouTube. I haven't decided if I will be backing this one just yet. I don't mind the price so much, but I'm not a huge fan of this version of Ghost Rider and the effort seems to be a step down from the previous Marvel HasLab efforts (Sentinel and Galactus). I'm slightly leaning towards not getting this, but if the bonus tiers give extra figures like Danny Ketch's version of GR and his motorcycle, I think I'd be all in.
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