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With these sunglasses, you'll be the real winner.
You don't need to be riding through the Pyrenees or wearing a yellow jersey to appreciate the superior optics and performance of the Oakley TDF Jawbreaker Prizm Sunglasses. The result of a 40 year heritage of uncompromising excellence, the TDF Jawbreaker is the pinnacle of performance for athletes who demand the best.
They feature a Prizm Road polarized lens, which displays the world in crisper, more vivid colors and maximizes contrast while also eliminating glare. Switchlock technology features a simple switch mechanism that allows you to quickly exchange lenses so you can stay one step ahead of changing light conditions. Stress-resistant and subtly flexible O-Matter keeps the frame lightweight, yet durable, and surge ports in the frame allow cooling air to flow through for comfort and fog-free vision. Unobtanium earsocks and nose pads get even tackier when wet, ensuring your shades stay in place even when you're sweating bullets or riding in a rainstorm.
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Plutonite lenses
- Prizm Road polarized
- Switchlock interchangeable lens technology
- O-Matter frame
- Unobtanium earsocks and nose pads
- High Definition Optics
- 100% UV protection
- Item #OAK012P
- Q & A
Without a doubt, the best sunglasses
These sunglasses are a game changer. The prizm road polarized lens is amazing for varying light conditions and the fit is phenomenal in keeping air, rain and other particles out of my eyes. I highly recommend these sunglasses.
There's a reason the pros wear these
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Can't say enough great things about the Oakley Jawbreaker cycling glasses, they are very well thought out. First, the open frame design affords riders a great view of the road, especially when in the tuck position where other glasses obscure vision with the frames. The large lenses do a great job of protecting your eyes both from debris and from sun light. They fit close to the face so sunlight reflected off the road doesn't slip past. Despite their size, they vent extremely well. How many times have you hit a big hill climb only to have your glasses start fogging up from heat and sweat accumulating behind the lens? Not a problem for the Jawbreakers. Don't let their size fool you. I've had no problem with the glasses moving around on my face, even while wearing headphones that go around the back of the ear. The nose piece does a great job of keeping the frames in place and also acts as a lever for the interchangeable lens system. The interchangeable lens system is simple and elegant which actually encourages you to pickup different lenses for various conditions. These glasses are part of my cycling essentials and I have two pairs now.