Rather than break the sales period up into 'Black Friday' and 'Cyber Monday', Oakley is offering 'Cyber Week' deal, we presume, until the end of Monday November 29.
Oakey's headline saving is 'up to 70% off' in the US. The vast majority of Oakley's cycling sunglasses deals feature a 20% (UK) or 30% (US) off swing ticket. However, there are a few styles reduced by a stonking 50%. Whilst a fifth to a third off is nice, half off is a lot nicer - so we're focused on the half-price glasses in this article.
Whilst most of the world's sunglass-wearing population dons their lenses in summer, bike riders wear the best cycling sunglasses all year round, to protect their peepers from dirt and debris, just remember to look for less tinted lenses (or swappable lenses) if you're buying shades to wear in winter.
Oakley Cycling Sunglasses UK deals
Oakley Field Jacket glasses were £187 now £93.50 at Oakley
Save 50%. Been doing some gravel riding recently? Or even... some off season trail running? The Oakley Field Jacket glasses come with a Prizm Trail Torch Lens, optimised for use off road, this pair features the Advanced Tech, which helps to clear fog via an adjustable nose vent, too.
Oakely Jawbreaker Prizm Snow Collection was £185 now £92.50 at Oakley
Save 50%. Oakley describes the Jawbreaker as the 'ultimate sport design'. The temples adjust to three different lengths to suit helmet designs. These lenses are Prizm Snow Sapphire, to be honest, they'll be optimum for snow sports - but the glasses frame features Switchlock Technology for easy lens changing, so a good option for riders who like a little of the white stuff when the time is right.
Oakley Mercenary glasses were £189 now £94.50 at Oakley
Save 50%. These shades feature a double bridge and large, rounded lenses - they're designed to perform on the bike, but we think they look cool off it, too. The discount applies across a range of Prizm lenses, from the blue pictured, designed for bright light, to the rose tint, for medium light.
Oakley Cycling Suglasses US deals
Oakley Mercenary glasses were $214 now $107 at Oakley
Save 50%. Sports glasses with a double nose bridge and rounded lenses to provide good peripheral vision, these look good off the bike too and the saving applies across a range of lenses, from those for bright light, to medium light options.
Oakley Valve sunglasses were $172 now $86 at Oakley
Save 50%. A sport/lifestyle frame style designed to perform on and off the bike. The frame is lightweight and treated to cope well with sweat. HD Polarization claims to filter out 99% of reflected glare, providing excellent clarity of vision. The reduction applies across five lens styles, all designed for bright light.
Oakley Sliver XL sunglasses were $183 now $91.50 at Oakley
Save 50%. We probably wouldn't use these as our primary cycling sunglasses for sport, but they're great for commuting when you want a pair when you get off the bike. The deal is available across three lens colours, all suited to bright light.
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Cycling Weekly's Digital Editor Michelle Arthurs-Brennan is a traditional journalist by trade, having begun her career working for a local newspaper before spending a few years at Evans Cycles, then combining the two with a career in cycling journalism.
When not typing or testing, Michelle is a road racer who also enjoys track riding and the occasional time trial, though dabbles in off-road riding too (either on a mountain bike, or a 'gravel bike'). She is passionate about supporting grassroots women's racing and founded the women's road race team 1904rt.
Favourite bikes include a custom carbon Werking road bike as well as the Specialized Tarmac SL6.
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