When the New School opened, the Oakley Fringe Women's Sunglasses were recruited thanks to both their modern savvy and their experience running the show at the Old School. That said, the Fringe shades prefer recess, particularly when it's at the beach. A lightweight O-Matter frame encases UV-blocking Plutonite lenses, and Oakley's proprietary three-point fit ensures that a quick round of sand volleyball won't shake your look loose. These fresh optics are just as happy to grab some towel space and
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saturday, november 3, 2012
my first time riding in the loon lake area.
the loon lake trail was covered in snow. damn.
so i did an out and back on the rubicon instead. i only rode in about five miles before i had to turn back due to fading daylight. what a workout, tho!
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