Product Review: Rudy Project Fotonyk Sunglasses 

“Disclaimer: I received the Rudy Project Fotonyk Sunglasses to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!”

Over the past year as a BibRave Pro, I have had the opportunity to test out a lot of sunglasses.  As many pairs as I have, I couldn’t pass up on the opportunity to try out the Rudy Project Fotonyk Sunglasses. I requested the Crystal Graphite frames with blue lenses.  


When I opened them up, I noticed a could of things.  1: they are super light weight. 2. Different kind of case they come in that primarily just covers the lenses.  For a better review of how I felt about these glasses, check out my video product review: 

During my testing, I wore them in a 6k race and also during some #Runch runs in the mid afternoon.  These have become one of my favorite sunglasses to run in.  They are light weight, they stay put, and comfortable to wear.  The only down side, and this really isn’t one, is that they do fog up some but that’s normal for sunglasses.  Good luck finding a pair that doesn’t at some point. I wore them on a really cold run (windchill below zero) and wore a BUFF over my mouth.  Naturally the warm air went right up and between my eyes and cold glasses, dogging them up.  

Check out the full line of Rudy Project sunglasses and treat yourself to a great pair of sunglasses. If you order the Fotonyk glasses, I suggest the bumpers for the bottom of the lenses.  Easy to remove and put back on, just like the lenses are.  Also consider the Photochromatic lenses.  Great for early morning runs to protect your eyes from wind and snow.  Angie did a review on glasses with Photochromatic lenses.  

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