Oakley Olympic Prize Pack Giveaway!

24 Feb, 2010

Here’s your chance to celebrate the Olympic spirit even if you aren’t at the Olympics you can take home a souvenir!  Oakley is currently in Vancouver to help support the Olympics and athletes participating in the games.  We’ve put together a super rad Oakley Olympic prize pack and all you have to do is tweet about it to be entered in to win it!

The Oakley prize pack is part of the Oakley Global Collection of products, which has been designed to honour Oakley’s global team of athletes participating in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. It includes special edition sunglasses, snow goggles, apparel and accessories. The graphics on the collection recognize the heritage of British Columbia and Vancouver, host city to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.

Sorry contest has ended and winner announcement is here

To be entered in this contest you’ll need to be signed up for twitter.

1. Follow Shayboarder on Twitter, http://twitter.com/shayboarder

2. Retweet the giveaway “RT @shayboarder for your chance to win Oakley Olympic Prize Pack!  #shayboarder #giveaway #snowboard #oakley” to all your friends and followers.

3. Once you retweet that message, you’ll be automatically entered into the contest.  I’ll randomly select and announce a winner on Monday, March 1st that gets to take home the limited edition Oakley Olympic Prize Pack!

About Oakley’s Global Crowbar Snow Goggle

This limited edition snow goggle features bold graphics that depicts several national flags. It comes with a matching Microclear® bag for lens cleaning and goggle storage, as well as a strap patch that combines the company icon with a national flag in one of 11 optional country designs: Austria, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Russia, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland and the USA.

About Oakley’s Global Fuel Cell sunglasses

Each pair has a flags-of-nations motif in the letters of the company logo on them. The sunglass comes with a matching Microclear bag for lens cleaning and frame storage and HDPolarized lenses with the clarity and protection of High Definition Optics. This special edition eyewear is available at Oakley stores and via Oakley.com now.

About Oakley’s Global Apparel Collection

The Oakley Global Apparel Collection features a Canadian Maple Leaf and stylized totem art. The collection includes hoodies and tees for men and women, available only at Oakley stores and via Oakley.com.

About Oakley’s Global Collection Accessories

Include caps, a beanie, a backpack and an umbrella, as well as a commemorative pin. Each of these carries totem graphics that signify it as a collectible edition. A serialized allotment of the company’s Warrant timepiece has been styled with the totem motif, and just 100 units will be available in Canada only. The accessories are available at Oakley stores and via Oakley.com now.


Oakley, one of the world’s leading sports brands, is bringing an exclusive look into some of the hottest new styles and technological innovations in sports wear to Vancouverites:

Rolling O-Lab

WHAT: Oakley’s exclusive Rolling O-Lab is a mobile demonstration unit that educates visitors about the science behind quality eye protection. Technology presentations include the use of optical laser scope equipment that demonstrates clarity and prism shift, ultraviolet emitters and measuring devices to illustrate UV protection, and testing rigs that show the effects of high-velocity and high-mass impact situations.
The public can visit the Rolling O-Lab during the Games (9 a.m. to 8 p.m.) and it’s absolutely free.
WHERE: Grouse Mountain
WHEN: Throughout the 2010 Winter Games, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Oakley Pop-Up Store

WHAT: Oakley fashion aficionados will appreciate the new Oakley pop-up store, featuring a fully enriched Oakley retail experience complete with an extensive array of the company’s finest products. One of the highlights of the store is an Oakley Custom Bar, where visitors can customize select Oakley eyewear and goggle products. It’s a rare opportunity for shoppers to enjoy access to a wide range of Oakley products in a single retail outlet.
WHERE: 488 Robson Street
WHEN: Throughout the 2010 Winter Games

About the author


From the beginning of time, I was Shannon. From the beginning of snowboarding, I was Shay. From the beginning of online communities, I was Shayboarder. In the end, I’m the writer, photographer, editor, publisher, guru of sorts, product tester, curvy girl, and most importantly the snowboarder behind it all. Follow me on this journey through snowboarding, mountain biking, traveling and fun experiences!

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  1. tooscoops
    February 24, 2010

    though i like you, olympics, and oakley… i dislike twitter. so you can make me win anyways, but i doubt that! good luck and go canada! (sorry yanks)

  2. February 24, 2010

    oh I am so going to rock the womens t-shirt!

  3. Carrie
    February 25, 2010

    i’M with mikey on this one… boo twitter. and here I was all excited for a contest us Canucks could partake in!! ah well, maybe next time!

  4. Sandra
    February 25, 2010

    Oh, I soo need new Goggles! Please let me be the winner, please, please 😀

  5. February 25, 2010

    Mike and Carrie, Canada didn’t ban twitter…haha all it takes is an account.

    Martin, I think it’d go nicely with your eyes 🙂

    Sandra, awesome good luck!

  6. Deborah Curran
    February 26, 2010

    Great prize package. Thanks for chance to win

  7. Terry Madden
    March 05, 2010

    Would love to win this!

  8. March 06, 2010