Oakley deals: Huge savings on Oakley sunglasses, helmets and clothing
Snag some new shades, clothing, or a helmet from Oakley, and don't spend a bundle
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.
Now the brand makes everything from sunglasses with highly tuned lenses, 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 to 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 glasses on the market.
So, if you're on the lookout for some Oakley swag, keep scrolling because we've found the best deals available today.
Oakley deals: Sunglasses
Oakley Radar EV Path | 28% off at Wiggle UK (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)Was £167.00 | Now £120.00
Sometimes simple is best and that's 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 Radar EV Advancer | 34% off at Wiggle UK (opens in new tab)
Was £176.00| Now £114.99
If the Flight Jackets are a bit too avant-garde for your taste, but you like the idea of the Advancer nose piece you're in luck; Oakley now offers this fog-reducing feature on its uber-popular Radar EV — and they are on sale.
Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm | 30% off at Wiggle UK (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)Was £185.00 | Now £129.50
Oakley's Jawbreaker uses 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.
Oakley Flight Jacket Prizm Road | Up to 36% off
$226.00 $195.00 (opens in new tab) | Wiggle UK: £194.00 £123.00 (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)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.
Oakley Sutro Prizm | 16% off at Chain Reaction Cycles (opens in new tab)
Was £173.00 | Now £146.00
(opens in new tab)A favourite with the pros, the Sutro has a really large lens to keep dust and glare out of your eyes, and comes with Oakley's Prizm high-definition lens tech to help you see the way ahead.
Oakley EVZero Blades | 16% off at Chain Reaction Cycles (opens in new tab)
Was £184.00 | Now £155.00
(opens in new tab)With their minimalist, frameless design, the EVZero Blades are extra-light and very comfortable with the large toric shield plutonite lens offering the maximum in protection against impacts and abrasions along with great peripheral vision.
Oakley deals: Helmets
Oakley ARO3 MIPS helmet | 35% off at REI
(opens in new tab)Was $180.00 | Now $116.73
If you like this mint green colour, there's a good discount on the Aro3 helmet, complete with MIPS, at REI in M or L.
Oakley ARO3 MIPS helmet | from 50% off at Wiggle UK (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)Was £149.00 | Now from £76.50
The ARO3 helmet is discounted pretty heavily over at Wiggle right now, with the Fog Grey colourway almost half price.
Oakley ARO5 MIPS helmet | 42% off at REI (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)Was $250.00 | Now from $144.73
REI has a good mix of colours and sizes available for Oakley's higher spec ARO5 helmet, which comes with MIPS for extra peace of mind, Boa 360 closure system and X-Static brow pads.
Best deals on Oakley Clothing and Accessories
Oakley Jawbreaker Road Vest| 50% off at Moosejaw (opens in new tab)
Was $119.95 | Now $59.99
The gilet alternative to the above jacket is ideal for between seasons when the temperature is warm but the weather is wet. Just as lightweight and packable, and provides just as much water and wind protection. Only size M is left, so be quick.
Oakley Icon Jersey | 25% off at Moosejaw (opens in new tab)
Was $109.95 | Now $82.99
All sizes from Small to XL are still in stock in the Blackout colourway, so you've got an excellent chance of getting what you need before someone else beats you to it. The Icon jersey is quick drying, breathable and moisture-wicking, while strategically placed mesh panels help you shed heat.
Oakley Jawbreaker Premium Jersey | 50% off at Moosejaw (opens in new tab)
Was $200.00 | Now $99.99
If you wear a size small, you have your pick of both colourways (Black and Stone Grey), whereas if you wear a size large only the grey is available. Don't wait around, it won't last long.
Oakley Apex Pro Jersey | 44% off at Chain Reaction Cycles (opens in new tab)
Was $145.49 | Now $81.00
Made of high-wicking fabric with stretch aero panels on the sides and back, the Apex Pro is designed for speed. It's also protective, with a UPF50+ sun block rating.
Oakley Endurance Jersey | 44% off at Chain Reaction Cycles (opens in new tab)
Was $116.49 | Now $65.00
With a mix of polyester with 14 per cent elastane, the Endurance jersey is designed to go the distance, with a performance fit and raw-edged sleeves. the central pocket has a DWR coating to help fend off wheel spray.
Oakley Endurance 2.0 Bibshorts | 20% off at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)
Was $150.00 | Now $120.00
An integrated carbon fibre seat insert and compressive aero fabrics mean that the Endurance 2.0 bibs are made to go the distance, with Oakley's legendary quality built in, along with reflective seams.
Oakley Cycling Socks | 20% off at Jenson USA (opens in new tab)
Was $20.00 | Now $15.99
Complete your all-over Oakley look with these socks complete with the Big O logo. There's a range of colours and sizes available.
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