Earn Double Points!





Thor - Combat Goggle (Youth)

Select all of the options to add to Wishlist
Get FAST FREE SHIPPING on eligible items
    • Description
    • Reviews
    • Questions
    • Customer Photos

    Thor - Combat Goggle (Youth)

    Thor is dedicated to creating the most advanced and innovative motorsport gear. They listen to their riders and give them exactly what they ask for. This commitment to their riders, overall quality, and performance has gained them the trust of some of fastest riders from all over the world. An innovative product like the new Thor Combat Goggles is one of the reasons their products are held in such high regard. These goggles combine quality & performance that everyone has come to expect from Thor. They know that every race is a battle against other riders, as well as the terrain. That is why Thor has engineered the Combat Goggles to give every rider, big or small, a fighting chance.


    Dirt bike goggles are one of the most important pieces of equipment a rider can wear because it serves so many functions. Goggles protect the riders’ eyes from dirt, mud, rocks, rain or debris in the event of a crash. They allow riders to see the open track in front of them and can double as sunglasses to block out the glare. Riders have to take all of these variables into consideration before deciding on pair of motocross goggles. The Thor Combat Goggles do all of these things and more. These dirt bike goggles are great for any type of rider, weather or terrain.

    • Drilled frame ports for increased ventilation and fog resistance
    • Anti-fog, scratch resistant lens with UV protection
    • Optically correct polycarbonate lens for clear vision
    • Clear lens mounted. Replacement lenses available
    • Dual post tear-off system ready. Replacement tear-offs available
    • Single layer 12mm face down for secure seal
    • Adjustable woven strap with silicone grip for secure fit
    • Plush goggle bag included for safe storage
    • Tested and certified according to European Standard EN 1938:2010