Oakley Cipher – 1st golf shoe on Earth with NanoSpike technologyOakley Inc. announced the release of Oakley Cipher?, the lightest performance golf shoe ever made.The first-ever application of NanoSpike? technology, Oakley Cipher is a cleatless design with thousands of tiny spikes that bite into blades of grass to maintain traction. Weighing just 260 grams, this performance golf shoe minimizes fatigue while offering improved flexibility, reduced heat retention and uncompromising durability. The upper part is made with a lightweight breathable textile combined with welded components for protection. Comfort is optimized by moisture wicking and the shock absorption of a dual-density foot bed.“One of our core tenets is the belief that everything can and will be made better,” said Oakley CEO Colin Baden. “By engineering the world’s lightest golf shoe, we have answered that conviction for those who demand performance beyond the boundaries of industry standards and the confines of conventional thinking.”AdvertisementOakley.com to discover more about the company’s sport performance and lifestyle products, and to learn about the new Oakley Cipher performance golf shoe.Some of the Oakley stores in Toronto and GTA are located at Toronto Eaton Centre, Vaughan Mills Mall, 383 Queen Street West. For an Oakley store in your area, please check the store locator on Oakley.com.
Last Thursday http://yuplay.com/user.php?login=712224, Oakley threw a great opening party for its new store in Times Square with professional skateboarder Ryan Sheckler as its host. The store?is known for carrying?hip, casual men’s and women’s apparel and accessories. Oakley t-shirts are?a sampling of the brand's?creative vision?and some of the best ones are a gray NYC subway map t-shirt, a white v-neck t-shirt with a colorful Oakley NYC logo http://ahmadhenders1025.posterous.com/batwolf-oakleys-ebookfunction-regarding-haven, and a white Brooklyn Bridge t-shirt. Guests representing press outlets at the event were able to choose a free pair of Oakley sunglasses that they could either create at the Custom Bar or pick from the selection on display. One of the popular sunglasses was a pair of big framed purple ones. Guests could also watch winter sports on a 3D screen with 3D glasses that Oakley provided for viewing. Small bites were being passed around and an assortment of cocktails was available as well. The crowd was lively and definitely enjoyed the store’s atmosphere and products. Be sure to visit the exciting new Oakley store in Times Square?and check out the beautifully designed, innovative products that are unique to the brand!Advertisement
On April 1st 2012 Oakley released a new collection of sunglasses, both for men and women. The collection comprises 4 new styles – two for women (Overtime and Radar Edge) and two for men (Radarlock and Racing Jacket). These amazing sunglasses are designed for the active couple who wants to take their sportiness outside, while still protecting their eyes.?WOMEN'S COLLECTIONOvertime?Strong, graceful and resilient, Overtime? (see picture) was inspired by those who kick ass with style. The bold square frames with sculpted stems bring out the stylish side of any athlete and with expanded peripheral vision you can enjoy a broader view. Overtime? is available with Oakley authentic prescription lenses.?Radar? EdgeStellar performance, streamlined design: Oakley Radar? Edge (see slideshow, first picture) gives athletes an extra edge over the competition. The latest addition to the popular toric shield series has a more rounded frame for even better coverage. With a simple silhouette and vibrant color palette (think Shortcake and Mellow Yellow), Oakley Radar? Edge is as beautiful as it is hard working.?AdvertisementOakley.com.
When anyone speaks of Furne One, there are no words to describe the art that is delivered into fashion form on the runway as the creations from this Manila, Phillippines-Dubai-based Filipino fashion designer.? Furne One has been worn by celebrities and music pop artist such as Style Fashion Week on Thursday http://mubi.com/users/4387574, March 15 at 8:30 p.m. at the historic Fashion Week is sponsored by: Gibson, Shoedazzle, Vintage Yachting Club, Harry Winson, Shibue Couture Neihulé, VnC Cocktails, Sexy Hair, Ducati, Le Posh, Luna, Napoleon Perdis, Louis XIII, Runway Magazine, Vertu, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Bubble Fish Media, Pop Chips, Hollywood Arts, VOCé Haircare and Go Red for Women Celebrity Red Dress Fashion Show for American Heart Association
When I teach, I work with something I call "third space." Third space is that place of creative openness, when new possibilities?have space to enter. When groups of any size come together in meaningful ways for a shared purpose, there is a larger wisdom available to draw upon, a wisdom that lies within the center of the group itself. But in order to get to third space, I have to take off the “expert” cap and simply be present and open to what wants to happen. When I try to either control the proceedings or be the expert, I can’t get the group to third space. On the other hand, the more I’m willing to let go, the more amazing, spontaneous, creative, magical things occur.When we exert our?authority, either through maintaining strict control or by being the only one in the room who knows anything, we create a polarized situation. In depth psychology, this is referred to as a “split archetype”: as soon as we know what’s best for our patients/students/clients we have split the archetype. One of us is all-knowing and all-powerful, and the other is ignorant, neurotic and powerless. In such a situation, creativity does not have space to occur, because the interaction is now about the polarity rather than making space for creative possibilities. The patients/students/clients have something in front of them to react against. No matter how much of an expert we are, to be in third space with a group, we need to embrace the role of "learner" ourselves--holding what we know in one hand, and holding the other hand open.?AdvertisementGetting Messy: A Guide to Taking Risks and Opening the Imagination for Teachers, Trainers, Coaches and Mentors by Kim Hermanson, Ph.D. Available in either e-book or softcover at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other online retailers.Feel free to subscribe by clicking the "Subscribe" button at the top of the page. And/or leave a comment below. I'd love to hear from you!Continue reading on Examiner.com?Constructive Creativity - San Francisco Arts Education | Examiner.com?/arts-education-in-san-francisco/constructive-creativity#ixzz1pFQeewsh相关的主题文章：