Even if it’s cloudy and grey as you look out your window, don’t despair. Warmer weather is just around the corner and with it comes prime sunglass season. Where ever you live, a good pair of shades can be quite useful – that goes for off the bike as well as on. It should come as no surprise then that an optics brand like Rudy Project has had a successful line of casual sunglasses for awhile now. Whether you want to match the looks of your riding shades, or just like the Rudy styling, you can find the same RP-D centered optics on all of their casual sunglasses.
That includes the new additions for 2015 – the Warp, the Broomstyk, and the Sensor. Created as a unisex, a women’s, and a men’s frame, all three models are able to use Rudy’s FreeForm TEK in-frame digitally surfaced prescription lenses as well. The only thing left is to pick out a style…
Sporting the most aggressive lines, the Sensor is designed with men’s fit in mind and will be offered in 6 colorways including a matte black with polarized grey lenses. The standard versions will sell for $149.99 while the polarized version is $174.99.
Incorporating a slightly smaller fit and more classic lines, the Rudy Project Warp is designed to look good on both men and women. From classic black to wild camouflage and Multilaser orange lenses, the Warp is as mild or wild as you want to get. Built for small to medium face sizes, all versions of the Warp will sell for $149.99.
Last, we have the more feminine Broomstyk clad in green camo forest, camp pink, or black anemone. Listed as drawing design inspiration from elements of the sea with the bright colors found in fish and coral, Broomstick certainly comes in some interesting designs. Meant to fit all women’s face sizes, the Broomstyk sells for $149.99.