Rudy Project has introduced a new model of cycling specific sunglasses called Cutline, which features a wraparound shield design that incorporates modular bumpers aimed at improving ventilation and reducing lens fogging. Moreover, according to the Italian brand the glasses can also be worn without bumpers in order to increase the rider’s field of view.
“The Cutline proprietary removable bumpers enhance rider safety by preventing contact or injuries between lens and face. Cutline features 4 different bumpers configurations to meet riders needs: fully loaded 4 bumpers option, 2 lower or two upper bumpers, or the possibility to wear the sunglasses without bumpers. Cutline bumpers, enhancers, nosepads and temple tips are easily interchangeable offering multiple color options to customize your eyewear,” says Rudy Project.
Additionally, two small buttons release the lenses, allowing the wearer to easily swap them out, while the temple-tips and nosepiece are made of a non-slip material that are both adjustable and replaceable which can be shaped to fit a wide range of face and head types.
The Cutline range is available in numerous colors, with pricing starting at $184.99 to $234.99 depending on the choice of lens.
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