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DaveNBPT
Posted 7/30/2016 10:36 AM (#90145)
Subject: Riding Goggles



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Any good leads on riding goggles that will keep the wind out? I have had pairs of Bobster and Wiley X, but they my eyes dry out(contact lenses) quickly and I find myself blinking a lot and it's very uncomfortable. I've tried wearing them a little tighter, but to no avail. Although a windshield would help, I really do not want one. I prefer the low-profile, smaller googles(vs the large, ski-type goggles). Thanks!
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wvsporty
Posted 8/2/2016 4:59 PM (#90169 - in reply to #90145)
Subject: Re: Riding Goggles



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dI have used the cheap brand at our local Sheetz convenient store(Pugs brand) and they work good for me also had a pair used for airsoft pellet guns. both worked well to keep the wind out and not fog to bad. Plus if you lose or scratch them its not a big deal. This is the only color I can find in their pictures

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Hack'n
Posted 8/2/2016 7:05 PM (#90171 - in reply to #90145)
Subject: Re: Riding Goggles



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Judy and I have used the Kickback 24 riding goggles with 24 hour transforming lenses. UV activated, they transform from almost clear to smoked automatically and lighten as the sun goes down.
Lenses are polychromatic shatterproof polycarbonate.
$39 bucks at the Harley shop.

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DaveNBPT
Posted 8/11/2016 6:16 AM (#90295 - in reply to #90145)
Subject: Re: Riding Goggles



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Thank you for the responses.
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