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 almost become 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 EVZero Stride Matte Black was £140 now £94
The EVZero Stride have extended lenses that giving greater coverage of your eyes; offering better peripheral vision and greater protection against the elements. While the Trail lens is actually designed for off-road riding it does a great job of adapting to changing light conditions and it increases contrast, making it perfectly suitable for road riding.
These skinny frames are better suited to those with a narrow to medium width face.
Oakley M2 XL Prizm was £125 now £80
Oakley’s M2 frame is one of the longest running of Oakley’s models and although it’s been tweaked has been around for decades. The new XL lens shape has great coverage and the M2 frame itself is sleek and unobtrusive.
Buy Now: Oakley M2 XL Prizm at Wiggle for £80.00
Oakley Flight jacket Prizm Low Light Lens was £175, now £139.99
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 – and now they’re discounted by 20%
Oakley EV Zero Path sunglasses were £140, now £98.99
Read more: Oakley EV Zero Path glasses review
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.
Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm sunglasses were £175, now £107
Read more: Oakley Jawbreaker review
We’ll start with the classic Oakley Jawbreaker. It’s 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.
Alternatively, you can get these frames with a Prizm Trail lens at Evans Cycles for £134.79. Prizm Trail lenses enhance contrast and clarity while still blocking harsh light.
Oakley Field Jacket Road Prizm were £185 now £100
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.
Oakley Radar EV Prizm sunglasses were £160 now £106.45
Read more: Oakley Radar EV sunglasses review
The half frame design keeps the weight down and allowed Oakley to extend the lenses upwards to cover more of your vision. This Prizm lens is best suited to bright light, but it really helps boot up the contrast. We liked these glasses so much we put them in our Editor’s Choice last year.
Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm Road was £185, now £114.00
Read more: Oakley Flight Jacket review
The Oakley Flight Jacket’s brow-less design should help it vent well in hot weather as well as provide uninterrupted vision. The frame comes with a built in nose clip allowing you to extend the lenses away from your face, again improving venting.
That’s all the deals for now, be sure to check back in the future for great Oakley deals.