Sunglasses - Rudy Project Ketyums or Rydons?

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by timbradley, Jul 21, 2006.

  1. timbradley

    timbradley New Member

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    I'm looking at getting myself a pair of one of these...

    I was after any opinions people might have on both, particularly the ketyums, as there appear to be plenty of ppl who like the Rydons!

    I guess I really want to know if the extra cash for the Ketyums is worthwhile - also considering that they come with two sets of lenses!!

    Thanks again
     
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  2. jcjordan

    jcjordan New Member

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    Save some money and by some BBB Winners instead. They are just as effective and come with 3 lens as part of the one purchase rather then seperatly
     
  3. rudycyclist

    rudycyclist New Member

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    I have Rydons and they're great. The one thing I must say is that the lenses scratch very easily. Rudy offers x impact lenses or something they're called. They're "scratch resistant", but do cost $60 for the pair of lenses. I need to get a set asap. I've had my Rydons for about 2 months and they're all scratched up already. Get the scratch resistant lenses!
     
  4. brad g

    brad g New Member

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    you mean I shouldn't ride wearing my ray-ban sidestreets?:cool:
     
  5. goaliedad30

    goaliedad30 New Member

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    I have the Rydons with prescription lenses. They're awesome - the first sports wrap glasses I've ever been able to get with prescription lenses (tried the inserts and hated them). Very comfortable, and I haven't had any scratching issues, although since they're expensive lenses, I've been VERY careful with them.
     
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