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Rudy Project Graal
Features:
  1. Wraparound for full eye protection
  2. interchangeable lenses
  3. Maximum UV protection
  4. anti-fog coating
  5. Adjustable template for a more custom fit
Rudy Project Graal
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Reviewed by Orv

Rating out of 10: 9
Price: $119.99
Supplied by:
Rudy Project

Overall I liked these glasses. They were light, and comfortable. The clarity was excellent, as was the shielding from wind and sun. The interchangable lenses are always a plus. I wear sunglasses to protect my eyes from bright sunlight and from sand, grit or insects. So changing the lenses to one of the lighter shades during dark or cloudy days is a feature I like. Changing lenses was very simple due to the Quick Change system. The looks of these glasses were not that appealing to me. My wife gave me a funny look when she saw me wearing them. I asked her what was wrong. She responded with a very unconvincing "nothing". It could be that they were simply the wrong kind of glasses for my big round face, but the white frames and bright blue graphics probably didn't help either.

The temperature was too warm to see if they fogged up. This has been my biggest beef with other glasses I've owned. We'll see as how they are when the temperature drops.

I keep comparing these glasses to the Rudy Project Jekyll. The Jekylls are the best pair of sunglasses I have ever worn. Although these glasses were comfortable, they didn't feel as comfortable as the Jekylls were. I liked the way the Jekylls looked better and they seemed to look better on me than these glasses did. The best compliment I can say about a pair of glasses is that I forget that I have them on. The Jekylls were like that. I was always aware that I had these glasses on. I could see the white frame in my peripheral vision. They didn't block my vision, but I did notice them.

You can adjust the temples for a more personal fit, and they felt in place even when I got sweaty. I don't want to give the impression that they weren't comfortable. They were. Just not as comfortable as the Jekylls. In fact I plan on using them for running as well as biking. Although my wife didn't seem to like them on me, I've noticed that she has been wearing them lately, and they look quite nice on her. She has a smaller and narrower face than I do. So the looks issue may be based on the shape of your face. Also there are other frame colors with more subdued graphics if you find the graphics on these pair a little loud, as I did.


I would recommend these glasses, but if you have as large a face as I do you might want to try them on first.
Rudy Project Graal
Features:
  1. Wraparound for full eye protection
  2. interchangeable lenses
  3. Maximum UV protection
  4. anti-fog coating
  5. Adjustable template for a more custom fit
Rudy Project Graal
click image for larger view

Click here
to buy now!


Reviewed by Orv

Rating out of 10: 9
Price: $119.99
Supplied by:
Rudy Project

Overall I liked these glasses. They were light, and comfortable. The clarity was excellent, as was the shielding from wind and sun. The interchangable lenses are always a plus. I wear sunglasses to protect my eyes from bright sunlight and from sand, grit or insects. So changing the lenses to one of the lighter shades during dark or cloudy days is a feature I like. Changing lenses was very simple due to the Quick Change system. The looks of these glasses were not that appealing to me. My wife gave me a funny look when she saw me wearing them. I asked her what was wrong. She responded with a very unconvincing "nothing". It could be that they were simply the wrong kind of glasses for my big round face, but the white frames and bright blue graphics probably didn't help either.

The temperature was too warm to see if they fogged up. This has been my biggest beef with other glasses I've owned. We'll see as how they are when the temperature drops.

I keep comparing these glasses to the Rudy Project Jekyll. The Jekylls are the best pair of sunglasses I have ever worn. Although these glasses were comfortable, they didn't feel as comfortable as the Jekylls were. I liked the way the Jekylls looked better and they seemed to look better on me than these glasses did. The best compliment I can say about a pair of glasses is that I forget that I have them on. The Jekylls were like that. I was always aware that I had these glasses on. I could see the white frame in my peripheral vision. They didn't block my vision, but I did notice them.

You can adjust the temples for a more personal fit, and they felt in place even when I got sweaty. I don't want to give the impression that they weren't comfortable. They were. Just not as comfortable as the Jekylls. In fact I plan on using them for running as well as biking. Although my wife didn't seem to like them on me, I've noticed that she has been wearing them lately, and they look quite nice on her. She has a smaller and narrower face than I do. So the looks issue may be based on the shape of your face. Also there are other frame colors with more subdued graphics if you find the graphics on these pair a little loud, as I did.


I would recommend these glasses, but if you have as large a face as I do you might want to try them on first.
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