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Infinite Hero™ x Oakley

Infinite Hero Foundation combats the most difficult front-line issues – mental and physical – facing military heroes and their families.
They exist to connect our military, veterans and military family members with innovative and effective treatment programs for service related injuries.

The New Infinite Hero™ Shadow Camo

Similar to Oakley’s essence of igniting human possibility, Infinite Hero partners with like-minded organizations to provide access to innovative rehabilitation programs that address the unique needs of veterans and their families. Drawing inspiration from our warfighters in uniform, the new Infinite Hero collection features Shadow Camo with hints of purple honoring our Purple Heart recipients. Purple Oakley icons provide color pop, and all styles are outfitted with Prizm™ Black Iridium for high contrast and color activation. Custom Infinite Hero microbag included.

The Collection

For every piece of eyewear sold, a portion of the proceeds is donated to the foundation to help fund these programs.
The Infinite Hero emblem incorporates the color purple to honor those who have been wounded in battle, the Greek cross to signify aid, and the infinity symbol to represent the conviction that the sacrifices of heroes should always be remembered. This emblem is etched on each piece of eyewear which is accompanied by a custom microbag featuring these unique design details.

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Infinite Hero’s Impact

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Gary Linfoot, US Army (Ret.)
"Of all the walks we have taken, this will be our greatest. I love you."
Gary Linfoot suffered substantial injuries during his 20th deployment in Iraq. Resulting in the loss of use in both of his legs, Gary ultimately got connected with Infinite Hero Foundation where he received a $100,000 grant to become the first veteran to receive an Ekso Bionics exoskeleton for paraplegics.