Rudy Project unveils Synform foldable sunglasses

Shades fit inside most pockets, including back of a cycling jersey

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These shades come inside a compact thermoformed case and they fit in most pockets, including the back of a cycling jersey.

These shades come inside a compact thermoformed case and they fit in most pockets, including the back of a cycling jersey (click to enlarge).

Italy’s Rudy Project’s latest sport sunglasses design is unique — and compact. The new Synform shades are completely foldable.

The Synform also feature vented interchangeable lenses that allow airflow control to reduce thermal shock and eliminate fogging. Additionally, fully adjustable temple tips and a new nosepiece ensure a snug fit, while wispy temples and chassis reduce weight. The Synform is also prescription friendly, allowing a user’s RX script to be digitally surfaced along the backside of the lenses for edge-to-edge coverage.

The all-around lenses (clear to black) are engineered for variable weather.

The all-around lenses (clear to black) are engineered for variable weather (click to enlarge).

This sport eyewear design comes standard with durable and photochromic ImpactX-2 lenses, Rudy’s proprietary technology that comes in five colors. And the Synform comes inside a compact thermoformed case and they fit in most pockets, including the back of a cycling jersey.

The all-around lenses (clear to black) are engineered for variable weather. The racing red series (clear to red) are designed for fast action and maximum stimulating color contrast. The laser brown lenses (clear to laser brown) lower overall optical stress and increase comfort for all-day activities.

For more info visit www.rudyproject.com

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