Huge savings on Oakley sunglasses

Oakley sprang to life when James Janard started selling custom motorcycle grips out of the back of his car at motocross events. The rubber used on these grips was soft and tacky and maintained its purchase even in the wet, and it's still used on the earstocks of Oakley sunnies today. Get more news about replica Oakley,you can vist sugenon.com!

Now the brand makes everything from sunglasses with a highly tuned lens, designed to help enhance colour and contrast in a given environment, to helmets and clothing too.

 

If you're unsure which Oakley sunglasses will be the best fit for you, head over our Oakley cycling sunglasses guide that lists the pros and cons of every model, or if you want to see what else is out there and what to look for, check out our rundown of the best cycling sunglasses on the market.
While the 'frame on the bottom, not on the top,' style may not be for everyone's cup of tea, Oakely's Flight Jacket was the first place we saw the Advancer nose piece, designed to improve airflow behind the lens on hot, slow climbs. They still have all the features you'd expect on a pair of sunglasses with an 'O' on the ear stocks; with Prizm lenses, Unobtanium rubber on the nose piece and arms and an O-matter frame.
Sometimes simple is best, and that exactly what the Oakley Radar EV offers. The simple blade sunnies see the frame raised above the nose piece to prevent it from entering your field of view, and the Prizm Road lenses are vented to stymie would-be condensation. The frames are made from O-Matter and the nose piece and ear stocks from Unobtanium.
Oakley's Jawbreaker utilises what the brand calls Switchlock, which makes for simple and fingerprint-free lens changes. Surge ports throughout the frame keep air flowing on the inside to prevent fog and Unobtanium ear stocks and nose pads keep them securely mounted to your face.
While the 'frame on the bottom, not on the top,' style may not be for everyone's cup of tea, Oakely's Flight Jacket was the first place we saw the Advancer nose piece, designed to improve airflow behind the lens on hot, slow climbs. They still have all the features you'd expect on a pair of sunglasses with an 'O' on the ear stocks; with Prizm lenses, Unobtanium rubber on the nose piece and arms and an O-matter frame.
If Aero is more your speed, the ARO5 which is currently 32% off at Wiggle, might just be the ticket if you need a new brain bucket. With aggressive styling, the helmet opts for quality, not quantity; with only six vents, backed by deep channelling. The Boa retention system is designed not to interfere with the long ear stocks commonly found on Oakley sunnies, and the front vents feature an integrated eyewear dock.