Rcga32

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Both work well.
Whereas the RJ/Jawbone is versatile in the aesthetic front, the jaw does give a bit of a blind spot when looking behind you. The Radar EV has plenty of visibility.
I have raced quite a bit with each.
No issues with fit with either.
 

Ventruck

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Both work well.
Whereas the RJ/Jawbone is versatile in the aesthetic front, the jaw does give a bit of a blind spot when looking behind you. The Radar EV has plenty of visibility.
I have raced quite a bit with each.
No issues with fit with either.
Pretty much this exactly. The Jawbreaker ends up taking the upsides of both.

But strictly between the two, purely for cycling the EV is far superior. Not only are RJ earsocks quick to wear down, but you can't source them straight from Oakley anymore last I checked.
 

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Pretty much this exactly. The Jawbreaker ends up taking the upsides of both.

But strictly between the two, purely for cycling the EV is far superior. Not only are RJ earsocks quick to wear down, but you can't source them straight from Oakley anymore last I checked.
Thank you. I am getting radar ev.
 

NoFair

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Pretty much this exactly. The Jawbreaker ends up taking the upsides of both.

But strictly between the two, purely for cycling the EV is far superior. Not only are RJ earsocks quick to wear down, but you can't source them straight from Oakley anymore last I checked.
Still available here in Europe (got a few spares during the BF sale last week)

I agree on the Radar vs RJs though, but I still prefer the old school Radars
 

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