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Goggles: 7 of The Best Money Can Buy

There are near-countless brands, levels, and styles in the goggle industry, and figuring out how to get the most “bang for your buck” can get pretty foggy. Luckily with this blog, BTOSports.com can help give you a clearer view with 7 of the best goggles that money can buy.

100%

The Racecraft model by 100% is their physical embodiment of their commitment to providing racers with the highest level of functionality and clear vision. Outriggers have been implemented to achieve the perfect fit and balance. An anti-fog coated polycarbonate mirror lens ensures flawless field-of-vision, and a 9 pin retention system—the most in the industry—essentially guarantees it stays that way. The included nose guard ensures stability and protection against the most demanding conditions. Triple layer moisture-wicking foam keeps sweat out of your eyes. Still not convinced? Extra clear lens and tear-offs come standard.

The Strata model is an even more budget-friendly 100% goggle, while still having many of the same features as the Racecraft. Premium curvature and fitment means great field-of-vision and comfortable wear. Scratch resistant anti-fog lens for unimpaired vision come complete with tear-offs; all 100% MX goggles share the same lens and tear-off profile. Urethane frame construction gives the Strata plenty of durability and flexibility. The 9 pin system previously mentioned above also come stock.

Scott

Scott Prospect Goggles

Look and feel like a pro prospect with the Scott Prospect goggles. Extra heights in the lens give these an absolutely massive field-of-view, and a NoFog™ Anti-Fog lens treatment will keep all of it visible. An extra wide no-slip silicone strap is equipped to avoid any slipping whatsoever. The Prospect also features two pivoting outriggers, giving them adaptability to any helmet shape or size and providing a complete and unmatched seal.

Scott Hustle MX Goggles

Another great Scott model is the Hustle MX. A top choice for many professional riders, the Hustle comes with the Scott Truview single chrome lens. These lenses are lightweight and block 100% of harmful UV rays, and have also been treated with NoFog™. If a more natural goggle view is desired, a bonus clear lens is included. Triple layer face foam adds lots of comfort and absorbs moisture, keeping your eyes nice and sweat-free.  

Fox Racing

Fox Racing takes ventilation, peripheral vision, and comfort to a whole new level with the Air Space Race Goggles. Lexan® lens offer full-spectrum UV protection, keeping your eyes well protected. A 19-millimeter triple layer face foam gives the Air Space Race superior sweat absorption ability. Fox’s smart venting system actually forces air into the interior of the viewport for maximum possible airflow.

The Vue Goggles are some of the best pro-level goggles Fox has to offer. Designed and developed exclusively with motocross pro Ken Roczen, the Vue features a soft TPU faceplate which forms and sits closer to the rider’s face for improved comfort. This also helps remove distraction from the side of the frame, offering Fox’s widest field of view available. Remove and replace lens in seconds thanks to the TruLock system, featuring turn-to-release tabs. Ample 360 venting prevents fogging and overheating, and a triple layer foam guards against any sweat in your eyes.

Oakley

Most people think of sunglasses when they think of Oakley. Rest assured: their Airbrake MX goggles are no joke. Injection-molded Plutonite lens material provides 100% protection against direct and ambient UVA, UVB, UVC, and harmful blue light up to 400 nm (nanometers). Visibility is second-to-none thanks to an expanded lens volume and low-profile frame design. These goggles come with some free extras: a 7-pack of Oakley laminated tear-offs, an Oakley Universal Goggle Case and a specially-woven electrostatic Microclear™ bag for lens cleaning and storage.

It’s easy when shopping for new goggles to see so many different options, that things start to get blurry. Hopefully this gives more of a “clear view”. There is one clear option however for all your motocross needs: BTOSports.com!  

Trevor Edwards
A wordsmith that also keeps it wide open, I have been known to win a race or two. The world of music and dirt bikes come together in my life for an epic ride sesh!