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      Rudy Project - Fotonyk - frame color: Carbonium - lens color: Polar 3FX HDR Multilaser Orange - Bumper Color: Black - photo angle: Top Back Angle Variant Hover Image
      Rudy Project - Fotonyk - frame color: Carbonium - lens color: Polar 3FX HDR Multilaser Orange - Bumper Color: Black - photo angle: Top Variant Hover Image
      Rudy Project - Fotonyk - frame color: Carbonium - lens color: Polar 3FX HDR Multilaser Orange - Bumper Color: Black - photo angle: Side Variant Hover Image
      Rudy Project - Fotonyk - frame color: Carbonium - lens color: Polar 3FX HDR Multilaser Orange - Bumper Color: Black - photo angle: Bottom Front Angle Variant Hover Image
      Rudy Project - Fotonyk - frame color: Carbonium - lens color: Polar 3FX HDR Multilaser Orange - Bumper Color: Black - photo angle: Front View Variant Hover Image

      Featuring a Lens Bumper system, the Fotonyk provides enhanced protection to the face during falls or impacts, all while offering a customizable look. The bumpers, which are available in an array of colors, can even be removed to create a half-rim lens with an unobstructed view. In addition to this new technology, air channels are strategically placed at the top of the lens so users can easily manage internal airflow and mitigate fog. The fully adjustable nosepiece and variety of interchangeable lenses, including the unbreakable and photochromic ImpactX lens, make the Fotonyk an individualized gear piece specific to the wearer's unique style and face shape. The Fotonyk is also available with high-tech prescription solutions such as the brand new Optical Dock, capable of high strength corrections in a sturdy removable platform.

      • Interchangeable Lenses
      • Adjustable Anti Slip Nosepads
      • RP D Centered Optics
      • Safety Hinges
      • Weight - .97 ounces | 27.5 grams
      • Eye Size - 66
      • DBL - 15
      • Temple - 131
      • Dimensions - A 69mm B 40mm
      • Base Curve - 8
      • Microfiber Pouch
      • Hard Protective Case
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      Customer Reviews

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      K.S.
      Fotonyk sunglasses with Rx insert

      Skeptical about inserts over direct Rx lenses, but decided to give RP a try given their history with the design. The insert has been working great and the sunglass has been better than expected. The adjustability of the nosepiece has been outstanding, I only wish this particular model had adjustable temples/temple tips to customize the fit better, especially with certain helmets, and the only reason for the deduction of 1 star. I have usually gone with "O" sport eyewear over the years, but I am now questioning my prior choices. The RP photochromic lenses have been outstanding. Clarity is excellent, venting has been very effective, and the degree and speed of lens darkening blows away anything "O" has to offer. Now I'm looking forward to trying a a pair of RP full shield sport glasses.

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      C.D.
      Great MTB Glasses

      These are my go to Mountain and Fatbike glasses. With the photocromatic lenses these are perfect for when gets dark during our rides especially in winter when its dark at 4pm. These also accept my Rx inserts so great when I don't feel like wearing my contacts. Plus they look sweet mated with my Protera helmet.

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      S.B.
      Bad Design

      I spent a lot of money on the Fotonyk sunglasses and had very high hopes but I am now having to purchase alternative glasses as every time I wear these out biking my eyes are sore for days afterwards. Polarization is needed on these lenses as in bright sunshine they allow too much sunlight and glare into your eyes as well as windflow. I ordered a second lens for these glasses which when I look at the choice of lens available it still allows a lot of light into your eye. The second lens was just as bad as the first.

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