Cheap Oakley sunglasses: Get a set of premium glasses for less than £100

Time to upgrade your shades, we've found the best Oakley discounts

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If you’re a cyclist in need of a pair of cycling glasses, then chances are you’ve come across Oakley. As one of the market leaders, the name has become almost synonymous with the sport and it’s just as well; they have loads of style and offer top notch performance, too. Over the years we’ve tested plenty of the brand’s glasses so we’re happy to attest to the quality of its products.

All the products featured have been chosen because we know they’re good quality and are an excellent offer at the price we’ve included (at the time of writing). The Cycling Weekly Tech Team have unrivalled expertise and years of experience testing new products, so you can trust our recommendations – and we also know what represents a good deal.

Where we’ve reviewed the product we’ve included a link to it so you can read more.

Oakley Jawbreaker Photochromic glasses were £205, now £145

Read more: Oakley Jawbreaker review

Photochromic lenses are able to adjust to light conditions which makes them great for those days with cloud cover or early morning rides/commutes where it’s going to get lighter over time.

The Jawbreakers are also very good frames, offering good coverage and decent fit for those with wider faces.

Buy now: Oakley Jawbreaker Photochromic glasses for £145 

Oakley Sutro sunglasses were £152, now £99

Read more: Oakley Sutro glasses review

The Oakley Sutro glasses are some of the largest that the American brand make – and at £99 they’re an absolute bargain. The enormous frames and lens offers great protection and vision but due to their size we’ve found them to be better suited to those with wider heads. Available in multiple colours.

Buy now: Oakley Sutro sunglasses at ProBikeKit for £99

Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm Ruby Polarized was £225, now £155

Read more: Oakley Flight Jacket review

The brow-less design and adjustable nose bridge allows the glasses to remain cool and vent well. These particular models come with a polarised lens that’s better for bright or different light conditions – like when you’re riding through tree cover.

Buy now: Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm Ruby Polarized at Wiggle for £155

Oakley Flight jacket Prizm Low Light Lens was £175, now £120

We’re big fans of the Oakley Flight Jacket sunglasses with their extensive venting but now you can get them with the awesome Prizm Low Light Lens, perfect for late night riding or riding in the winter.

Buy now: Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm Low Light at Evans Cycles for £120

Oakley EV Zero Path sunglasses were £140, now £94.99

Read more: Oakley EV Zero Path glasses review

oakley evzero path sunglasses

These Oakley glasses don’t feature a frame so they’re incredibly lightweight, weighing just 21g! This makes them suitable for everything from cycling through to running.

Buy now: Oakley EV Zero Path at ProBikeKit for £94.99

Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm sunglasses were £175, now £107

 

 

Read more: Oakley Jawbreaker review

The classic Oakley Jawbreaker has a full frame and massive lens give great face coverage and protection from the wind and weather. In our testing we’ve found that they are better suited to wider faces and you can read that review above.

Buy now: Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm sunglasses at Evans for £107

Oakley Field Jacket Road Prizm were £185 now from £92

The Field Jacket is one of Oakley’s latest models and takes the technology found on the Flight Jacket and blends it with a more casual dual lens design. An adjustable nose bridge pushes the glasses away from your face when stopped to reduce fogging and Oakley’s excellent road Prizm lens aids definition in bright conditions.

Buy now: Oakley Field Jacket at Wiggle from £92

That’s all the deals for now, be sure to check back in the future for great Oakley deals.