Do long hard pack gravel rides. Previously purchased cheap China look alikes. No comparison! Theres a reason things cost more. Quality of workmanship,materials used and how well thought out design of glasses for comfort and functionality. Lenses breath due to slits ,helping in fogging. Anti- slip nose piece and ear arm to hold fast. Did I mention these glasses are very light and sharp looking. This is a no brainer. Money very well spent
First pair of Oakleys and I have too say very happy with them
Had a pair of Rudy Project Noyz and they did not block the wind the the Oakley Radar Path. The prism lens is a big plus the clarity is like no other. The fit is so comfortable yoy forget you are wearing glasses.
I feel I have finally found a great pair of cycling glasses and i would reccomend them. Did I mention they also look cool.
Western Bikes is awsome fast shipping and great customer service its a win win
I've used the Jawbreakers previously before and the prizm lenses are excellent which is one of the reasons why I wanted to get these as well. The advancer works really well which suits my needs since I am a heavy sweater. I would always have trouble sweating into my old sunglasses having to constantly wipe them, while with these I hardly would get any sweat on the lenses once I activate the advancer which pushes the entire lenses away from your face. These are light and very comfortable.
Likes - Field of view is great, resist fogging well, very lightweight, and they stay in place. I have a pretty aggressive position and don't find myself looking over the top of the lens. They don't look quite as overkill as the Range glasses but wouldn't wear them in a casual setting.
Dislikes - The lenses don't get as dark as I expected. That said, I don't find myself squinting unless I make a sudden turn directly into the setting or rising sun. They're just not as dark as I'm used to with traditional sunglasses. I have yet to find a secure place to store the glasses when not in use, besides sticking an arm down the back collar of my jersey, which is not preferred. The rimless frame and non-adjustable arms make the glasses more flexible, so stowing in helmet vents or the back of the helmet was not secure in my Giro Atmos.
Would I buy them again? Probably.