UNBOXING // Today I unbox the Oakley Jawbreaker Glasses with Prizm Road. These brand new sunglasses by Oakley offer the latest and greatest technology ...
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Unreleased Shimano S-Phyre shades caught hiding in plain sight Hiding in plain sight, the team is pictured toting two new sets of shades that will fill a glaring gap in Shimano's premium brand. Both conventional and frameless glasses are featured. Both glasses appear to share the same lens, with one a conventional [...]
Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm Road sunglasses review Yes, the look is polarizing (forgive the pun), but I'll focus here on what you see from the inside out, not how the glasses themselves look. That's for you to judge. The 53mm tall lens works well for riding in the drops. The extended upper piece lets [...]
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Dangers of counterfeit Oakley sunglasses laid bare as club rider is 'lucky not to be blinded' in crash In a vague and unscientific testament to genuine Oakleys I bought my polarising prescription ones for around £300. Aside from the logo wearing off the bridge piece very quickly they are by a country mile the most comfy specs I've ever owned. I choose [...]
Oakley Windjacket 2.0 sunglasses review Oakley's Wind Jacket 2.0 sunnies are not for the faint of heart; they are big and bright, but are a solid set of cycling shades. They are technically positioned in the brand's lineup as a 'goggle', and with the massive coverage, removable triple layer [...]
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So when someone as picky as Cavendish puts his head together with designers from a brand like Oakley, the results are sure to be attention grabbing. And sure enough, the Oakley Jawbreaker is unlike anything we’ve seen from Oakley since the 1980s, when Oakley launched its first sunglasses, the Eyeshade. The new Oakley Jawbreakers are, at face value, not all that different from other shades in the California-based brand’s lineup. The Jawbreaker uses Oakley’s Switchlock lens changing technology, which is similar to the RadarLock and the RacingJackets. Of course, the Jawbreakers look and wear nothing like anything else in the current Oakley lineup. “Sunglasses,” doesn’t seem do the Jawbreaker design justice.
Oakley Tombstone: shooting glasses we want for cycling Loyal brand followers may have noticed a new addition to Oakley’s range of performance sunglasses this week ... In a similar vein to its findings for the cycling-specific Jawbreaker glasses, Oakley used special pupil tracking technology to work out ... [...]
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See The Road Better We were amazed at how the Oakley Prizm Road Jawbreaker cycling-centric sunglasses made everything on the pavement pop — even in fading light at dusk. Almost as good were the wide field of view, venting, and the ability to swap lenses easily by unhinging ... [...]
Walleva Replacement Lenses For Oakley Jawbreaker Sunglasses - Multiple Options Available You can still see all customer reviews for the product ... Overall quality seems fine and the best part is that they fit perfectly on my jawbreakers. Looks like they did a good job and the price was a decision maker for me, in the end i did not want ... [...]
Degenkolb Wins, Aru Crowned Usually Degenkolb relies on Oakley Jawbreaker sunglasses to give him a sharp view of the road ahead. However, the German didn't have the sharp view his favourite Oakley cycling sunglasses provide. But Degenkolb did benefit from fine work from Giant-Alpecin ... [...]
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Well covered: Give lids the shades they deserve In these days of colour co-ordinated and complemented kit, it just won’t do to have a pair of sunglasses that doesn’t go with your helmet. Whether you wish to remain brand faithful or mix it up, you’re best off giving it a bit of thought. [...]
World champion Jan Frodeno wears the new Aro7 helmetOakley’s performance eye wear is seen across the professional peloton. The companies sunglasses feature modern aesthetics and premium optics. Now Oakley are entering the realm of helmets with the release of the Aro line-up and apparel with their Jawbreaker cycling clothing.Oakley’s brand new line-up of helmets covers three segments of the cycling market with the highly ventilated Aro3, the aero road Aro5 and time trial Aro7 each appealing to...
This article originally appeared on BikeRadarRelated ArticlesHighs: Coverage, Prizm lens, no lens fogging to speak ofLows: May not fit great with some helmets, hydrophobic coating only on the outside of the lensBuy if: You're after a unique looking pair of riding sunnies that offer tons of coverageOakley's Wind Jacket 2.0 sunnies are not for the faint of heart; they are big and bright, but are a solid set of cycling shades.They are technically positioned in the brand's lineup as a 'goggle',...
When I was testing the Oakley Wind Jacket 2.0 sunglasses I was struck by the realisation that the design has come full circle. The Wind Jacket 2.0s are intended for use on snow and I’ve been using them on the road, yet they were inspired by Oakley’s iconic Eyeshades, a design intended for use on the road but often used on the slopes.It is a testament to the design of both pairs that they function equally well in either environment and as such, the Wind Jacket 2.0s are easy to convert to suit...