Increase Office Productivity with Rudy Project’s Wing57 Helmet

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Denver, CO– Rudy Project, Italian crafters of revolutionary aerodynamic helmets, is thrilled to reveal the latest breakthrough in office space Aero / TT technology. Whether you’re looking to increase speed on the racecourse or behind a desk while managing your portfolio, Rudy Project has your answer. After weeks of comprehensive testing and countless hours with cubicle aerodynamic engineers, Rudy Project announces that the Wing57 Aero / TT helmet increases workplace productivity by an astounding 3.14159%


“Whether you’re a professional triathlete or a professional stock broker, the Wing57 will up your game,” said Paul Craig, Co-founder and President of Rudy Project North America. “Our designers understand the fine balance one must strike between work and the race track, so they engineered the Wing57 to focus user performance anywhere its worn. When we realized that many of our athletes also put a lot of time in at offices, we invited aerodynamics guru John Cobb to help streamline the Wing57 in that environment. The immediate improvement in workspace performance was dramatic. No more TPS reports, no more 10 minute meetings that could have easily been resolved with an email. Wearing the Wing57 sends a signal to coworkers and management alike. It says ‘I’m focused, I’ve got the best tech supporting me, Get out of my way!”



Through extensive testing, Rudy Project has developed unique tail geometry that works best for all chair positions and back profiles in the office. The Wing57 is equipped with a removable aerodynamic tail that can be added to the Air Director as its extension point, improving workplace performance depending on the wearer’s back position. Proven to beat out competing Aero / TT in stressful work situations, the Wing57 is the most efficient helmet you can rock at the office.



With two side vents to aid in the straightening of airflow over the rear of the helmet, the Wing57 manages Vortex and eddy low pressure points which create drag and clog your thought processes. Instead of letting these air patterns build up, a proprietary channel system over the neck and shoulder area create air movement at different rates and volumes than the oncoming free air: we call this invention the Vortex Killer or Thought Straightener system. By eliminating these pressure systems before they occur, we reduce drag and significantly add ventilation inside the helmet to keep you calm, cool, and collected in the office.



The fully integrated and removal shield will ensure maximized protection and enhanced aerodynamics while eliminating annoying glare and eye fatigue from countless hours staring at a computer screen. Building on Rudy Project RP-Optics™ advanced polycarbonate technology, the Wing57 visor minimizes daily eye strain and improves workplace focus.


Any office task, such as making phone calls, sending emails, or even PC load letter errors will no longer seem tedious with the help of the Wing57. With the click of a strap, and a twist of the RSR8 retention system, all your work worries will fade away.


The Wing57 Office Edition™ will only be available on
April 1st from Authorized Dealers or
online at


About Rudy Project

Rudy Project designs and manufactures performance-oriented helmets, sunglasses, goggles and Rx/prescription eyewear solutions by applying advanced science, cutting-edge technology and innovative aesthetics.  Designed and crafted in Italy since 1985, Rudy Project has grown quickly as a premier brand throughout North America.  Rudy helmets were recognized as the #1 most worn aero / time-trial brand at the IRONMAN® World Championships Presented by GoPro™ in Kona, Hawaii for the last four consecutive years, and have been designated the Official Helmet of IRONMAN® for North America.  Rudy Project offers unparalleled customer service backed by a Lifetime Replacement Lens Guarantee and an industry-leading three-year frame warranty.


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