FRAMES FOR A CAUSE: Oakley has partnered with Talk About Curing Autism, or TACA, an organization that supports and educates families living with autism, on creating special renditions of two of its popular eyewear designs. It will donate $20 to TACA with each sale of these special editions.
The new TACA Oakley Fuel Cell and TACA Oakley Ravishing eyewear styles are highlighted with a puzzle motif meant to represent the idea that the “puzzle of autism” can be solved. Each pair of sunglasses includes a puzzle piece with an attached wearable pin in the shape of the TACA logo. Both styles come with Oakley’s High Definition Optics and meet all standards for clarity and impact resistance. The lightweight frames feature pure Plutonite lenses that filter out 100 percent of all UV rays. The limited edition pieces are available on Oakley’s Web site and at specialty stores. “We are honored to team with TACA and play a part in spreading the message of hope,” said Pat McIlvain, Oakley’s vice president of global sports marketing.
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