Note: Maya frame only has no lenses and cannot be filled with prescription this way. In order to have prescription lenses made, you must also pick a mounting piece in the various shapes. There is no way to make lenses without this piece.
Designed for sports, perfect for any occasion: MAYA is a double-use eyewear that is wearable at all times, both for training and for free time.
Conceived for cyclists with prescription problems, MAYA has created a perfect flexible design combination: on the one hand, a vision correction sports model, which thanks to a single-lens system adapts to every light condition, and on the other hand all-purpose prescription glasses for the office, driving, or watching movies.
The secret of this versatility is found in the single-lens frame, with its handy outer flip-up technology, patented by Rudy Project that is handy, comfortable, and easy to use.
Practical and elegant, MAYA also guarantee comfort and a perfect fit thanks to its superlight frame, 360 degrees adjustable temple tips and the Ergo IV ergonomic nosepiece.
Perfect for all size faces including smaller ones with the right shape mounting. Interchangeable lenses (must purchase additional mounting piece for additional lenses)
See PDF for all Lens Shapes and sizes. Look at the last letter in the code to determine the lens shape you want when ordering. See Full Rudy Project PDF Catalog page 108 for all frame color options. Tip: While you will get more peripheral and wider viewing area with a larger lens, the larger the lens, the thicker it will be in high prescriptions. So if you have a high prescription, pick the smallest shape that will still cover your eye area.
Eyesize: Varies. DBL 20. Weight: 1.23oz, 35g. (Eyesize FAQ) 6 base frame for high prescriptions. Custom lens shapes avaialble.
Note: Unable to ship outside the US, Canada and Caribbean.
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Prices shown for all options are for single vision (SV) prescription lenses only. Progressive lenses are available in store only or see our prescription information page for other options for obtaining progressive lenses.
There are two options for making prescription lenses. If you want some of the Rudy Project signature prescription lens colors and want the Rudy Project Eyepoint freeform technology, pick the "Rudy Project Direct" lenses. The Eyepoint technology gives you a wider field of vision and virtually eliminating distortion issues associated with wrap lenses. See Rudy Project technology page for more details.
Prescrptions are also available with ASFSE lab for a lower price. These are listed as the "ASFSE" lens options. Only the most popular lens options are listed. For our full list of prescription lens options, see prescription information page.
Multiple prescription lens colors can be swapped out (interchanged) but you need a mounting piece for each prescription lens color. To order multiple lens colors with same shape, add one to cart and go back and add a second pair of lenses as a separate product/cart option.
Rudy Project Lens Information
Always at the peak of technology, our lenses provide optical clarity and physical protection for the eye. Perfect for all those who participate in sports.
Solar Radiation and Eye Care: Light is an electromagnetic ray characterized by its wave length and measured in nanometers (1 nm=1/1,000,000 of a mm). The ultraviolet rays (UVA, B and C) are the most dangerous rays for our eyes. Our lenses absorb all the ultraviolet rays: the residual transmission is less that 0.001% up to the 385nm (the wave length at which the visible spectrum begins). The lens receives an application of metal ions of chrome or silicon oxide, calculated in such a way as to provide a precise absorption factor.
Polarized: Polycarbonate lenses: Lightweight and more impact resistant than glass lenses. The polarizing film cuts through glare and harsh sun reflections, enabling wearers to see clearly in bright light conditions and minimize eye fatigue. Available in gray and brown, they transmit 22% of visible light. Perfect for surfers, anglers, boaters and sun-worshipers.
RP-D-Centered™: The optical axis is maintained parallel to the main axis of vision, permitting maximum utilization of lenses with extensive curvature (basis 6-8), respecting the need of optical quality and visual clarity.
ImpactX Lens Technology
Prescription Lens Questions
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I'd give it a 4 to 4.5.
I have a fairly high prescription and I've had other companies claim they could make a moderate wrap style. Yours (or Rudy Project) was is the first one that actually managed to pull it off with barely perceptible distortion (I did use one of the smaller lens patterns, which probably helped). The appearance of the coating and performance of the lens are great and the speed of the photochromatic transition is excellent.
While I knew what I was getting into and I can't really hold it against you all, it would be nice if something could be done to help taper the apparent thickness at the side of the lens, even if it meant reducing the viewing area. I also was under the i mpressio n that the factory-direct lenses would not need the separate "fishing line" insert, which just doesn't seem particularly secure, and seems likely to trap dirt and sweat.
I've had some fogging issues, like any sunglasses I exercise with. I use an anti-fog wipe when I know it will be bad. I mostly use the glasses for running/trail running and hiking, but also use them for driving, biking, and casual wear.
All said, these are by far the best prescription sunglasses I've had (and the first successful wrap design) and would recommend them to others in a heartbeat. Y'all were great, and helped with my confusion over the insert issue.
(Posted on 10/18/2016)