Huge Oakley Sale at ACycles
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 - 10:03
There are so many pairs and accessories in the sale that we've had to pick out a few of the best bits.
Oakley EvZero Range Sunglasses
Designed to give not only a lightweight feel but also maximum field of view, these EvZero sunnies are great for riders that need to see everything.
The lack of a frame means that nothing obstructs your view, making them ideal for sprinting and also CX riding.
This pair includes the immensely popular Iridium and Polarized features which reduce glare, keeping your eyes safe on bright days.
Oakley Radar EV Path Sunglasses
These are the updated version of the Radars that basically took over Pro cycling a few years ago.
The frames are higher, covering the eyebrows and thus giving a better view when gunning it in the drops.
The Radar EV is really secure on your head, making this a great option for CX, gravel, XC and rougher road rides.
Oakley Jawbreaker Polarized Sunglasses
The Jawbreaker was designed alongside Oakley athlete Mark Cavendish.
As a result, these sunnies are really good at one thing, in particular, sprinting. We're not great at sprinting though, so we were pleased to find that they're great for much, much more.
There have been no issues when climbing and they stay surprisingly clear when racing.
Oakley Jawbreaker Polarized Replacement Lens
One way to give your look a whole new... err... look, is to get some new lenses!
This is a purchase that we've been meaning to make for a while now as our lenses have a few scratches from a few seasons' crashes and general wear.
The lenses here are Oakley's Polarized options, which we prefer for the frequent rain and sun found in UK spring races. There is also a cheaper Iridium lens option available in the sale.
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