The Oakley legend began in a California garage in the 1970s when James Jannard discovered a material that enhanced grip for motorcyclists. He called the material Unobtanium, named his company for his dog, and started selling the grips out of the back of his car at motocross events, later moving on to goggles and sunglasses.
Today, the Oakley name stands for premium sports eyewear and technical innovation that enhances everyday life. Whether you’re looking for Oakley reading glasses or Oakley reading sunglasses, you’ve come to the right place at ReadingGlasses.com.
Oakley’s first innovation, non-slip temple grips, keep eyewear in place. The brand also pioneered screwless hinges that were inspired by hub-less motorcycle wheels, and this Hollowpoint design is now part of many Oakley models.