Rudy Project Perception Eyewear

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mountain_bomber156   Cross Country Rider [Jul 04, 2009]
Strength:

Cool-looking, flip-up lenses help on mixed-condition trails, lens retention system unique and surprisingly sturdy. Lots of different config options.

Weakness:

A little flimsy.

Pretty good. Lens options are interestingly varied (not compared to Oakley, though). Retention system damages lenses a little around the depression needed to lock it in place, but the system itself locks lenses in place well for a two-stud plastic lock. Flip-up lenses really help when the trail constantly goes from light to dark (i.e. forest trails) but is kind of flimsy when flipped down. A better solution would be photochromic, but it serves its purpose. Its funny how it gets more rigid when you flip the lenses up. Temples could stay in place better, because when you open the glasses the temples just want to close.
Other than that, respectable glasses for a brand I've never heard of.

Similar Products Used: Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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