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All Eyes on the Prize in Sochi, Russia!

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Their time is here and now at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia!  About 100 Oakley sponsored athletes have prepared their whole lives to compete in the biggest winter sporting event in history.  From speed skating to alpine ski racing, Oakley is sponsoring a wide range of performance sports athletes from around the world who are looking to take home the Olympic glory.

Oakley’s elite are ready to prove they are indeed the world’s best.  While many are making their Olympic debut, others are repeating their chance to take home the gold.  Regardless of their plight, Oakley’s athletes are ready to show the world they deserve the Olympic title.

If you and your family are watching the Olympic festivities, be on the lookout for Oakley’s athletes like American teen skier, Mikaela Shiffrin from Colorado.  Mikaela and her teammates will be sporting Oakley ski goggles like the one in the picture above.

If green isn’t your thing, shop the Team USA Crowbar Goggles Collection by Oakley and show your patriotism on the slopes.  Choose between two proud colors:   Team USA/Persimmon and Team USA/Black Iridium, and experience a wide range of performance and comfort features including the new triple-layer fleece foam. 

Team USA Crowbar Goggles Collection by Oakley

Color: Team USA/Persimmon

Color: Team USA/Black Iridium

Color: Team USA/Black Iridium

Oakley, Inc. will continue to act as the official eyewear of Team USA through 2020.  In the next six years, athletes across 15 events will proudly sport Oakley.


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