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Rudy Project goggles

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Has anyone used rudy goggles? I have the photochromic on order. I tried on a pair of photochromic glasses from them good contrast and darkened nicely when in sun and changed back inside. Any reviews would be appreciated.

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I had Rudy Goggles. They were good, solid goggles with good visibility. I did find that the foam inside disintegrated a bit sooner than I expected.  They were not photochromic, so cannot review that; sorry.

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Has anyone used rudy goggles? I have the photochromic on order. I tried on a pair of photochromic glasses from them good contrast and darkened nicely when in sun and changed back inside. Any reviews would be appreciated.

The problem of photochromic lenses is that they don't function very well when exposed in low temperature environment. They either don't react fast enough or get stuck at a tint level. You may want to read this post. http://epicski.onthesnow.com/t/122770/photochromic-lens (second page is largely irrelevant...they are about contacts lol...)

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I had Rudy Goggles. They were good, solid goggles with good visibility. I did find that the foam inside disintegrated a bit sooner than I expected.  They were not photochromic, so cannot review that; sorry.


Would you buy them again? How did the lenses hold up I hear they guarantee them to be scratch proof.

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Yes, I'd buy them again; they were not expensive and they fit my face well.  I didn't buy them again, however, because I went to the Smith fan goggle with prescription glasses insert.

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