Test: Rudy Project Agent Q
Comfortable and adjustable, it ensures sharpness and eye protection during all mountain adventures
We tested Agent Q, Rudy Project’s versatile and protective eyewear suitable for a wide spectrum of activities, from running to cycling to winter sports. Right from the start, the Quick Snap temple release system seemed to us extremely practical as it allows us to change the configuration of the glasses by choosing between temples or an elastic strap (included in the package) in order to adapt to different activities. Without screws and with an integrated mechanism, this system proved to be quick to use, stable and compact right from the start. The removable interface has been designed with dozens of channels to allow a constant flow of air to pass through and ensure optimal ventilation, guaranteeing that mist and heat are released from the inside. The channels are small enough to act as a barrier from dust or other elements, and they have also been designed to be able to install special filters or membranes in order to filter sand or chemical agents depending on the type of use. The lateral side shields have guaranteed us extra protection in the eye area while the adjustable terminals and nose pad have ensured a comfortable and customizable fit. Noteworthy is the central lens change button that we found quick and intuitive. Ultimately we can say that Agent Q is an ideal eyewear to protect the eyes, expand the field of vision thanks to the 4 RP Optics High Altitude lenses, and ensure optimal comfort, high durability and greater resistance to scratches, sweat and atmospheric elements.
We Like: The removable interface and the extremely practical temple release system
Use: Trail Running – Bike
Price: € 229,90