Rabu, 12 Januari 2011

Need Some New Motocross Goggles?

Buying a new pair of motocross goggles isn't rocket science. There's four things you need to consider when looking at motocross goggles:

1. Vision

If possible take your helmet with you when trying on some dirt bike goggles. Do the goggles give you good peripheral vision?

2. Fit

A good pair of motocross goggles should fit nicely against your face and the frame of the goggles need to fit into the eyeport of your helmet.

3. Durability

Look for finishing touches like whether the strap has silicone beading to stop it slipping on your helmet.

4. Tear off system

What sort of vision system do the goggles you're considering use?

Scott goggles have been around for a long time and Scott were actually the first company to make goggles specifically for motocross back in 1970.

Spy goggles have been in the motocross market for a few years now. Some of the biggest names in American motocross wear Spy goggles.

Smith goggles are very popular in Australia amongst enduro and cross country riders. I've never had much to do with them myself but because of their high quality roll off systems and innovations like fan forced goggle ventilation systems, Smith goggles have a big share among the top companies that manufacture dirt bike goggles.

Oakley designs and develops optical products. Motor sport specialty stores worldwide carry the Oakley eyewear. Oakley products are developed to suit all lifestyles. From world-class athletes, to everyday ordinary people, Oakley is dependable for all your eyewear needs. The facility utilizes the virtual world of CAD/CAM engineering. The prototype is tested using spectropho-tometers, impact accelerators, and environmental simulation chambers. Oakley uses some of the world's largest athletes to test their products. Motocross is one of the sports that relies on the Oakley goggle technology. The 3-D goggle design provides a precise fit. Oakley lenses are designed to maximize peripheral and downward vision.

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