If you’re a cyclist in need of a pair of cycling glasses, then chances are you’re thinking about getting a pair of Oakleys; the name has become almost synonymous with the sport. It’s a good job then that we’ve found the best Oakley discounts from a bunch of online retailers.
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Cheap Oakley sunglasses: Oakley Flight Jackets were £184.99, now £148
Read more: Oakley Flight Jacket review
We’ll start with the latest pair of Oakleys that came out a couple of months ago. They’re a little different to to the Jawbreakers, mostly in that they’re missing the top half of the frame… Don’t worry though, it’s deliberate and it helps the glasses vent. The other trick to these is the nose bridge that can be extended further from the face to also help venting.
Oakley Jawbreakers with Prizm Road and Trail lenses were £255, now £178.49
Read more: Oakley Jawbreaker review
Oakley’s Jawbreakers are one of our favourite pair of sunglasses on the market, and that alone would be reason for them to make this list but with this deal you get a whole extra lens, too.
These Jawbreakers at Evans Cycles will ship with a Prizm road lens, which helps increase the contrast of your surroundings, and Oakley’s Prizm Trail lens – perfect for those who like a spot of cyclocross, adventure riding or mountain biking.
Oakley Radar EV Path Photochromic sunglasses for £140.39
Read more: Oakley Radar EV review
As unbelievable as it might sound, it does sometimes rain here in the UK. Enter Oakley’s Photochromic lenses, a seriously clever piece of tech that adjusts the colouration of the lens depending on what the outside light is doing.
Strictly speaking, the tech was developed for shooting but it’s just as good for a wintery bike ride.
You can also get the Oakley Jawbreaker’s with the same lens. Does exactly the same job just inside the excellent Jawbreaker frame.
Oakley Jawbreakers Tour de France 2018 edition were £195, now £99
Almost £100 off a pair of Oakley Jawbreakers is definitely not to be sniffed at, even if they are Tour de France branded ones. To be honest, out of all the TdF branded glasses we’ve seen over the years, these are pretty good. It isn’t too in your face, and the grey bottom half looks pretty nice.