Wind Shield Lens
The Cutline wraparound rimless shield lens is designed to ensure superior eye protection all while expanding your field of vision. The shape of the lens delivers maximum visibility in riding position and protects your eyes from wind, dust and atmospheric elements
ADJUSTABLE NOSEPAD AND TEMPLE TIPS
The soft adjustable nosepad offers an exceptional fit for any shape of face. This system also allows to adjust the glasses’ height and their distance from the face to prevent misting. Adjustable temple tips ensure fully-customised fit and a perfect grip. Simply apply a gentle pressure to adjust these terminals in any direction
To accelerate heat evaporation, Cutline features the Rudy Project proprietary Power Flow System. The combined action of the 4 vents on the lens with the ones placed on temples and bumpers enhances air circulation to avoid the risk of fogging during the activity.
Cutline features a prescription Optical Insert for outdoor enthusiasts with corrective needs who want to benefit from the superior comfort and eye protection the Cutline sport sunglasses provide.
My Propusle RX prescription glasses with ImpactX Photochromic 2 Red are my all-time favourites. For everything from XCO racing to Gravel night rides these lenses perform under a wide range of conditions. I love them so much I'm planning to buy a 2nd pair.
Great helmet - combo of perfect fit, light weight - really nice for training. Easy to adjust / fits according to sizing.
Nice plus - great helmet for racing triathlon in really hot conditions - very breathable for racing yet aero.
Would / did recommend to many friends who also like it as well.
In April 2022, I purchased a pair of Magnus sunglasses (Blue Navy Matte frame, with Multilaser Blue lenses). I have been very pleased with their performance, comfort, versatility, and style.
I also added a pair of Magnus ImpactX Photochromic 2 Laser Red lenses (16%-75% transmission). I find that this combination of lenses is perfect for the varying conditions of sun, cloud, rain, and shade encountered in the Pacific Northwest (BC) in all seasons. I highly recommend the Magus model.