As a long time Rudy wearer, I somewhat recently reached the stage in life where glasses are a constant. I use progressive lens glasses. I wanted sports sunglasses and bought a pair of Agon’s with progressive lenses. They are so crisp and clear, each time I put them on (and I love my regular glasses) I gasp at how awesome they are. This winter I went hiking; the trail was a mass of ice. I slipped and my hiking pole did not hold me. It collapsed and I fell awkwardly to the ground…and quite hard.
My FACE crashed into a rock.
I sat up…and felt fine. Looking down at my Rudy’s, they were on the ground with one lens having popped out. I realized I had hit the rock with my Rudy’s. The lens served as a shock absorber. I picked it up and not even a scratch. Popped it right back in.
Finished my hike.
Call me a customer for life (and I have been wearing them since 1998).
I use these for pretty much all my outdoor sports and driving. Finally broke them after over 5 years. Ordering a replacement frame for sure. Thanks Rudy🤙🏼
Good protection cycling, running and Nordic skiing. Frame fits nice and looks great. So light you can barely feel them on.
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.