Keyblade reshapes the concept of comfort in the sports eyewear combining our unique Vent Controller System to efficiently manage airflow, the enhanced Vertical Power Flow ventilation system with its nicely detailed exhaust ports scientifically integrated within the upper chassis, the adjustable temple tips and nose-pads. The Keyblade slim design allows a perfect fit for women and smaller heads and is fully RX able.
- Microfiber Pouch
- Hard Protective Case
These sunglasses are great and I ordered these for biking and running mostly for the vents to prevent fogging at the top along with the vents at the bottom of the lens. When I got these there are NO VENTS AT THE TOP, only on bottom of lenses. I'm concerned these may fog up in our heat and humidity in NC when running. So far they haven't in cycling. I got the BLUE MATTE FRAME AND POLAR 3FX HDR MULTILASER BLUE LENSES and they are great. Very comfortable and love the style and look and the lens clarity is great as usual with Rudy Project. This is my 3rd pair of Rudy Project. Still love my Traylx the best and hoping the PROPULSE will come out with a neon green kit like I have on the Tralyx
My new Keyblades are so comfortable for biking, hiking, anything outdoors. The progressive lenses allow me to tie flys or see my phone. The photochromatic lenses allow me to go from the gym to my bike without changing glasses - clear to red was my choice though you have other options. Well done, Rudy is my only glasses brand.
I have had a pair of Rudy Kerosenes with smoke and racing red lenses for ~15 years. I still use them mainly for mountain biking with the racing red lenses though the temples are starting to fall apart which is too bad since the lenses are still in good shape. I have had a pair of Polarized Oakley Straight Jackets for around 8 years and though the frames are in good shape the lenses are getting scratched up. Replacement polarized lenses were over a hundred bucks and lots of people complained of a propensity to scratching.
In many reviews the toughness of Rudy lenses is touted and I was thinking, yeah, yeah, yeah a bunch of hype. But looking at my old Kerosenes I started to think there is something to this. So, I agonized over which Rudy to get for cycling and ended up getting the Keyblade with Polar 3FX Grey for road riding and the ImpactX-2 Clear to Red lenses for mountain biking.
These have been great so far. They felt a little tight behind my ears when I first got them. Adjusting the temples was easy. The Polar grey are really dark and work very well in bright sun when road riding. Changing lenses is easy and while in the past I never liked photochromic lenses because it seemed the lenses were adjusting too slowly for conditions, I love these clear to red for mountain biking. My wife asked what I thought and to me this is the ultimate compliment - I never thought about the sunglasses when road or mountain biking. They do what they are supposed to do and never get in the way by taking your attention off riding the bike. I like the Rudy photochromic technology so much I am likely going to get the goggles for skiing.