Oakley releases the second season of its Thermonuclear Protection capsule full of largely fitted silhouettes, captivating graphics, bold hues and ultimate protection. The latest range draws inspiration from the label's motocross history as well as an infusion of a 90s Californian influence. It is comprised of pieces including t-shirts, pants, outerwear options, accessories, pants, shorts and fleece. The collection is elevated by its two limited edition colorway options as seen on its signature Mumbo sunglasses. It is adorned with the Factory Pilot logo as well as the hammer ear stem drawn from the original piece. Lastly, its finished with Oakley's iconic Prizm lens technology.
Additional standout items from the latest Thermonuclear Protection capsule include the bold beachwear shorts with cheetah print and the captivating yellow and orange gradient anorak jacket. The range is available beginning today online and in-store in North America, Europe and Japan.
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