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Rudy Project Noyz Cycling Eyewear

Rudy Project Noyz Cycling EyewearI got the fluorescent pink to match the pink helmet. All I can say is, “Wow”. These glasses have it all—beautiful Italian design, patented visual clarity technology, ultra-lightweight comfort and superior functionality.

No matter what size head you’ve got—big or small—these wrap-around glasses fit. That’s because the adjustable nose piece and the adjustable temples can be customized to fit anyone. And they fit well. Worn with or without your helmet they stay put, wrapping snugly around your face, preventing any light from coming in above the frame or under the lenses.

When riding on hot, steamy days, no matter how much you sweat the lenses stay clear—absolutely no fogging. On cold days when you blast down a steep hill, the wrap-around glasses protect your eyes from wind blow that can cause watering and blurred vision. At high speeds, that can be dangerous for cyclists.

The view through the Noyz glasses is crisp and clear thanks to a patented technology Rudy Project uses. The glasses come with interchangeable lenses, allowing you to change lenses quickly and easily to manage different light conditions.

Safety hinges on the arms of the glasses are hidden and provide extra safety if you take a tumble. You can also order prescription lenses for the Noyz. The glasses come with a hard plastic protector case.

Bottom line: Excellent! Love them!

Price $204 US     http://www.rudyprojectusa.com

 

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2 comments to Rudy Project Noyz Cycling Eyewear

  • Deborah Nixon

    Thanks for the review. They are very pricey. I know you love them but do they deliver something so superior to justify the price? Could you explain. Thanks

    • LS

      Hi Deborah,

      Rudy Project’s Noyz have amazing optics, they fit really well and they absolutely NEVER fog up. Are they worth the price? That depends. Not everyone can, or wants to pay $200 for cycling glasses. If you want something that costs less, the XX2i (that I recently tested) are good-quality sunglasses and very reasonably priced. You don’t have to buy the set. You can buy singles. Do they compare to Rudy Project’s Noyz. No.

      Hope this helps,
      Laurel-Lea

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