Oakley Puts Own Spin On Hands-Free Phone Calls MARCH 07, 2005 -- FOOTHILL RANCH, CA --Oakley and Motorola have developed Bluetooth-enabled sunglasses, which allow the wearer to talk on the phone through their sunglasses. The shades, called "RAZRwire," wirelessly connect to the wearer's cell phone after a call is initiated."Motorola's leadership in Bluetooth wireless technology has opened doors with industry leaders like Oakley, who have the credibility and engineering expertise to collaborate on breakthrough products," said Bruce Hawver, vice president and general manager at Motorola Companion Products group.The Bluetooth-enabled sunglasses are available in three different colors and have impact-resistant and UV protection. The glasses are expected to be available by mid-year."Technology is shaping the future of fashion," said Cos Lykos, vice president business development at Oakley. "RAZRWire is a uniquely positioned product that innovates fashion with science to blend form with function, optimizing both."Motorola also collaborated with snowboard maker Burton to produce a Bluetooth-enabled jacket and helmet, which will be available for winter 2006.