Rudy Project Rx Eyewear 

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

  • How do I order a Rudy Project RX Sunglass or Eyewear?

    Start by chosing a product from one of our RX solutions above, then use the ORDER WITH RX button to begin customizing your prescription eyewear. You'll be able to choose your frame color as well as lens material and color and eventually upload your RX or send it via email after you place your order.

    Once you complete your order and have uploaded (or emailed) your prescription, we'll build your custom RX eyewear and deliver your order within 7-10 business days.

    NOTE: Please ensure your prescription contains a valid PD measurement and it's written by a licensed eyecare professional within the past 2 years before upload.

  • What is a PD?

    PD stands for pupil distance and it's a critical measurement needed to build your custom rx eyewear. RX prescription orders cannot be completed without a PD measurement.

  • Can I order a progressive Rx?

    If your prescription is written for progressive lenses, we'll contact you to confirm the type of prescription lenses you would like.

  • What's best, polycarbonate or trivex lenses?

    Polycarbonate lenses are impact resistant, thin, light and great for high prescriptions. (recommend for prescriptions above -2.5.)

    Trivex is the strongest and lightest lens material that provides the largest area of vision and highest visual clarity. (recommend for prescriptions below -2.5.)

  • Can I order photochromic (transition) lenses?

    Yes, Rudy Project offers the largest selection of photochromic prescription lenses in our RX program. We offer photochromic lenses that transition from clear to black, clear to red, clear to purple and clear to brown in both single vision and progressive prescriptions in both polycarbonate and trivex lens materials.

  • What is AR?

    Anti-reflective is a transparent coating that eliminates reflection and glare that can be applied to both the front and back of Rx lenses or solely applied the the back of Rx lenses.