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Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm Sunglasses

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Hampsten would have killed for these.

Apart from their retro style, the Jawbreaker Prizm Sunglasses feature some of Oakley's most innovative technologies for the modern cyclist. Oakley's Prizm technology gives the Plutonite lens a shape that enhances the road so you can see any rock or pothole that comes your way.

  • Oakley's retro-styled frames for crushing miles on the blacktop
  • Pluonite Prizm lens boosts contrast and cuts glare
  • Swithlock lens interchangeable system makes for easy lens swaps
  • O-Matter frame is intensely durable and lightweight
  • Cushion your nose and temples and keep fit secure with Unobtanium pads
  • Helmet-compatible temple adjustments
  • Item #OAK00WS

Lens
Prizm (polycarbonate)
Interchangeable Lens
yes
Frame
O Matter
Nose/Temple Pads
yes, Unobtainium
Hinge
Cam-Action
Case Included
yes
Face Size
large
Frame Dimensions
[width/temple] 131 / 121mm
Recommended Use
running, cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65

Warning:

This product can expose you to chemicals including Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

Bike Sunglasses

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

I have used the Jawbreakers for a few years now and love them for mountain biking. I have the mountain bike and road bike lenses and typically use the mountain bike lens because they are so go in low light and still do well with the sun. The glasses have great coverage and keep any dirt, mud, water out of the eyes. Lens are very clear and have great coverage, but they are Oakley lenses, which are some of the best in the market but scratch easily. The glasses cover the full face and have a really good fit with adjustable arms. Lens swap system is easy and holds lens in securely. The frames are light weight and don't have the feel of much dexterity, but I have battle tested these and have had no issues with broken parts. They have great ventilation and don't fog up at all when on the move. I would highly recommend for Mountain Biking as the best on the market. I have recently started using for splitboarding with mixed results. When climbing, they fog up because you aren't going fast enough for the air to flow and clear the fog. That is true with all sunglasses I have tried though, as when sweat gets on the lens in cold weather, fog in inevitable. I still use these for skinning as the best option if have found. I have tried on the downhill a few times but when it's cold, the airflow freezes the eyes a bit so they are a no-go. These aren't intended for snow sports but just though I would share my experience.

>Rating: 4

My take on the Asian fit version

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Height
5` 5"
Weight
140 lbs

Whether you think these are worth their MSRP or in that matter any pair of sunglasses is worth $200+ is a debate in its own, but me being Asian having a pair of sunnies that fit me correctly has always been an issue. I know this product isn't for the Asian version, but the Asian fit is pretty much 100% identical to the standard version albeit the nose pads. The coverage on these glasses is fantastic especially when riding in the drops will protect your eyes not only from UV rays but also dirt, insects, and give you some sort of added protection in this COVID world we live in. The lenses are vented to prevent fogging so by no means do these prevent particles from reaching your face 100%, but since the lenses have so much coverage you should be good. The lenses are easily replaceable but at this price it would have been nice if Oakley provided multiple lenses. Fit is very secure due to the nose pads and the temples being very adjustable. Being made mostly of fairly light plastic, weight weenies will not have to worry about adding un needed weight to their rides. Overall a really great pair of sport sunglasses that also work really well for cycling, but my subjective qualm is if Oakley style and pricing is your cup of tea

>Rating: 4

No Fog and great view

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

I bought these originally because of fogging issues and these definitely are better. Still a little fogging on step climbs with no air movement, but it clears pretty quick once you get going. The one problem I have is I seem to get sweat drips on the inside, but there really isn't much to do about that, I just sweat a lot and should wear a bandana. I really like the open view through the lenses and the Prizm road lense are great. I give these a high recommendation.

>Rating: 4

Solid pair of Shades

Solid pair of sunglasses! The fit is great and I have no issues with fogging or blurring. The Jawbreakers are easy to clean and can be easily customized. Great purchase!

>Rating: 5

Favorite riding glasses

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've worn these sunglasses on tons of regular after-work bike rides and on super long training rides and races. They sit perfectly on my face, don't let me get all sweaty under the nosepiece like some sunglasses, and keep my eyes shielded on all sides from wind and debris. They also fit perfectly against my helmet without feeling clunky or too small. Try the different lenses too! The right lens choice is going to make all the difference.

>Rating: 5

Pro Style and Technology!

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Gave these as a gift for a friend, who says, "Oakley sets the trend in cycling eyewear and these glasses push the limits on several fronts. Most noticeably, I would classify the style as "looks great on the bike, but I wouldn't wear them without a helmet" category. But if you use them for riding, who cares! On the technology side of things, the Prizm lens is fantastic. Also, I love the ability to adjust the ear piece length. This is great for fit and for working with a variety of helmet retention systems. The only drawback is that visibility is slightly (very slightly) worse than my old Oakley Radars. The circular logo on the side catches your peripheral vision when looking over your shoulder. But after a few rides I've grown accustomed to this and it isn't a big deal. Overall, highly recommended."

>Rating: 4

Less fogging and less mess on the lens

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have used these and Smith Arena Max sun glasses. Smith has mainly moved to the Chromapop lens which I don't like due to odd reflections that I get. I don't have that issue with the Jawbreaker. When I'm riding these are less prone to fogging and seem to vent better. Further, I am actually able to wear these while climbing where as the Smith glasses, I would need to take off.

>Rating: 2

To high!!!

The frame is to high,... it don’t fit with MTB helmets (at least with mine) the frame touches the helmet and that hurts the nose. It’s only in riding mode, if you stand with your helmet it seems to fit. The glasses are incredible, but with rain it gets super fast foggy. It’s also quite heavy. I am a big oakley fan, but I think they could do better Sport Glases this is the reason for only 2 stars

>Rating: 4

Awesome

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I was a long time pivlock fan for a while. Still have lots of love for those, but tried these out this year and am loving them. After the pivlocks I wasn't sure I could go back to having frame in my field of vision, but these are big enough that it's no problem. Overall they fit awesome, feel very protective, and don't move around at all while riding. Always a love/hate with the Oakley lenses. The hate part is that they seem to acquire light scratches easier than most. However, aside from that the lenses are so damn good for clarity and varying light conditions. So keep your soft case handy and take good care of them and you'll be stoked!

>Rating: 5

Sweet!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I've used these sunglasses for paragliding and mountain biking so far. They're a great fit and surprisingly haven't fogged up on me. While paragliding in the winter it's really cold and I was worried about these glasses fogging up, but the design that Oakley has created is perfect for cold and windy conditions. I also really enjoy the interchangeable lens perk.

>Rating: 4

Love 'em

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Yeah... I spent $200+ on sunglasses. No, they don't really make me faster. Yes, they make me look like RoboCop to drivers and hikers I pass. I really don't care. These are fantastic. Punch the names Sagan, Cav, Schurter, Froome, Grotts, Kulhavy, or Fluckiger into Google Images and you'll see that from about 2014 onward, they don Jawbreakers almost exclusively. Simply put, the optics and coverage are stellar, and the aesthetics are even better. Pull the trigger, you'll look great. Or at least better.

>Rating: 5

Wow!!! Nice Sunglasses!!!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

I was a little hesitant to throw down $200+ for a pair of sunglasses that I was only going to use for cycling (you will only use these for cycling, running, skiing etc.). I am glad I did! I have a great pair of "dark" polarized prescription Maui Jims that already work great for cycling. With my contact lenses in, the Prizm Road sunglasses are amazing. The Prizm Roads let enough light in, but at the same time, they filter enough light out. I can definitely tell a difference when going from sun to shade with the Oakley sunglasses. I have only used these sunglasses a few times. I did have one ride where one of my contact lenses did get dry and I had to take it out. I am sure if I had "eye drops" that would have helped the situation. The other 3-4 times of use, I had no issue. I am a new contact lens user while cycling. If I have issues with the contact lenses, I will have my prescription placed in the glasses. That is how impressed I am with these sunglasses!

>Rating: 5

Great Biking Glasses

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Height
5` 10"
Weight
210 lbs

Of all the glasses I have used for biking these top them all. Prizm technology is great in a wide range of light conditions, which is huge when riding in the evening or in an out of forested trails. The large profile of these glasses keeps dirt out and integrated vents keep them from fogging. Awesome option for skiing and running as well. If you have further questions feel free to give me a ring at the number above!

>Rating: 5

Bike worthy

As a huge fan of Oakley I knew I was in for "good things ahead" when I ordered these. As a girl they can feel very... overwhelming? on your face. For the purpose of these sunglasses though they were bought for biking. They look unbelievably professional on with a helmet to match so be prepared for stares of the good kind. The prizm road lense gives optimal contrast and the wrap around style of these means contrast for every eye movement. Overall just a super solid purchase!

>Rating: 4

Neo Classic, but a bit warm

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great glasses, good coverage, but not the best ventilation. Still love em.

>Rating: 5

Pro

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Height
6` 3"
Weight
180 lbs

Yo bro! You cycle? Oh I couldn't tell since you're in those old half-jackets. (cut to three days later thanks to Backcountry shipping) Yo Bro! sick shades! How long you been racing for? What's your Strava name? It's that easy.... look out Cavendish, here comes (insert name here)

hahaha ! this is one of the funniest reviews I have read !!

>Rating: 5

Oakley Form+ Function

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

Been buying them for over 30 years, still Rock Factory Pilots road+dirt style

>Rating: 5

Looking pretty

Fit:
True to size

I'll come back with a proper review. I just bought them and I'm yet to ride with them. I got the Cavendish Polish Black. This is a picture of how cool I look and what comes in the box. Edit: I have something to say about them: They look really nice. I like the wide frame because it improves your field of vision horizontally and vertically. The gaps around the lenses avoid fogging indeed this is a plus to me. Despite its size (they look quite big) they are very lightweight. The Swithlock system is pretty easy to use. I used them at noon under the bright Costa Rican sun and I didn't feel any discomfort whatsoever. Do not think it twice and get one of these.

I'll
>Rating: 5

Love the prizm trail

Height
6` 1"
Weight
167 lbs

While the lens is slighly light for use in full sun conditions, its a great protective lens that works on the tones found on the trail. It definitely makes the trail more defined and definitely protects. You also get to look like an 80's hair band wannabe...

>Rating: 5

Excellent Coverage/Fit, Prizm is Amazing

Fit:
True to size

I have a pretty small head so finding something that is narrow enough but still offers good coverage is tough. The adjustable stems help dial in the fit but the real champion here are the Prizm Road lenses. The tint is the great in both high and low light conditions.