November 20, 2015

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News_ReviewAs the season cools down for most of our warm weather athletes, skiers and boarders are ready to heat up! This week we’ve got some winter themed stories, so make sure you’re following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram if you want to see more in the chilly coming months! Today we’ve got:




Rudy Project News:



Re-Engineered Snow Goggles Lauded
in OUTSIDE Winter Buyer’s Guide

MK124284Rudy Project has revamped and reengineered our classic Klonyx snow goggles with new and improved technology, earning accolades from professional athletes and outdoor gear specialists like OUTSIDE Magazine. Read the full release here:



Performance Eyewear: Tips & Tricks

Our shades do WHAT? Check out this video with Sponsorship Coordinator, Greg Vernon, for some tips and tricks you may not have know about our performance eyewear.



There’s Still Time to Grow that Beard!

No-ShaveNovember is a time of cooling weather, turning leaves and of course, not shaving your face for a whole month! Rudy Project is proud to partner with to raise funds for cancer research and prevention. Click Here to grab 25% off Rudy Project gear & 20% of your order will go back to No-Shave! Will you #LetItGrow this November?



What’s Next on the Rudy Event Calendar:


Credit: Lead Adventure Media

Only a couple events left in the 2015 season! Make sure to swing by:

12/4-12/6: HITS Triathlon – Palm Springs 

12/11-12/13: Rudy Project Parking Lot Sale at our San Clemente Office





Athlete News:



Starting a Family While Going for Olympic Gold

kik1The choice between pursuing a family and pursuing a sport is an internal debate Rudy Project athlete and World Champion Nordic Skier, Kikkan Randall, is all too familiar with. The latest in the Rudy Editorial highlights Kikkan’s decision to become a mom while continuing to pursue her dream of Olympic gold:



Kessler Crushes Arizona


Credit: Nils Nilsen

Some strong finishes by Rudy Project women at IRONMAN Arizona this weekend! Congrats to Meredith Kessler for taking the WIN, and Amanda Stevens for snagging 2nd! Read more via Slowtwitch:



Keat Takes Challenge Shepparton

Rebekah Keat proved she is the one to beat at Challenge Shepparaton, taking the win for a FIFTH time! Yvonne van Vlerken wasn’t far behind and finished strong in 2nd place.


Credit: Nick Kastelein

On the men’s side, Nick Kastelein fought his way to the podium for an impressive 3rd place. You can view a photo gallery from the race here: & get all the juicy details here:




Retro Product of the Week:

kontact_yellow BOOM! It’s hard to miss this helmet! The Kontact was a real sight for sore eyes back in the day, and if you’re still a fan of the color yellow, check out the Sterling.




From Our Social Media:

From across the vast internet to right in our own back yard, here are some of the coolest photos, videos & stories that have been shared with us lately. Most of them, sent to us from people just like you, Rudy Project fans! Take a moment if you haven’t already, and connect with us on social media – keep sending us your photos, videos & stories – we’ll be sure to share them with the world!




Trying to find some preseason lines #Tahoe #Gnarcissism A photo posted by Jordan Rosen (@jordanrosenphotography) on

We found winter! @craftusa @llbean @johaug @rudyprojectna A photo posted by Sophie Caldwell (@sophiecaldwell) on


A photo posted by Ernie Mantell (@erniemantell37) on

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