Rudy Project has a new model for 2014, called Airblast. The main features are a lens that increases both vertical and peripheral vision by removing material on the top rim and extending the lens outward. It’s quite a noticeable difference side by side.
I shot a round of skeet with them on and noticed increased visibility and comfort. They have the standard fit, and then an “Asian fit” which other brands such as Oakley provide for their customers. The Asian fit is not easily available in the U.S., but it is more readily available abroad. The Airblasts come with three interchangeable lenses: clear, red, and copper. You simply pull the arms off and snap them onto the lens of your choice.
At $399.99, Rudy Project Airblast glasses are not cheap. But as with most things in life, you get what you pay for. I have used Rudy Project glasses for a year and a half and I’m looking forward to adding these Airblasts to my gear.