Over the past decade, the Oakley Radar has arguably become the most popular set of sunglasses in cycling. And for good reason. It offers a durable and light construction that’s comfortable for a vast majority of users. That said, it’s not perfect – the long arms interfere with some helmets and upper peripheral vision can be a little lacking.

Launched in conjunction with the all-new Jawbreaker, the Radar EV is an evolution of the original Radar. Standing for ‘Expanded view’, the EVs share one of the Jawbreaker’s key features in a raised lens (approx. 5mm) at the top of the frame, providing better vision in the usual ‘head down’ position of cycling. (This raised frame is different to Oakley’s Radarlock XL, which achieved greater field of vision by extending the nose piece.)

On top of this, ventilation has been

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