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agn5009 agn5009
10/13/2017 1:18 PM

What do you guys recommend for offroad goggles? Preferably ones that are double paned as I have issues with fogging.

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m.hardesty16 m.hardesty16
10/13/2017 1:22 PM
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mxb2 mxb2
10/13/2017 1:44 PM
agn5009 wrote:

What do you guys recommend ...more

One with free shipping.

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Reese95w Reese95w
10/13/2017 5:52 PM

The Carrera Model 98 goggle, of course.

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-MAVERICK- -MAVERICK-
10/13/2017 5:58 PM

Look into googles that you can switch the lens for a winter/snocross lens and that should take care of your fogging issues.

Pretty sure Scott has them.

"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

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MohMoto14 MohMoto14
10/14/2017 7:51 AM

I've always liked Scott goggles, they always seemed to give the widest and most open view. Other goggles always felt like they gave me tunnel vision when comparing, Scott also was the most comfortable for me and with proper prep had no little fogging issues. Alot of companys goggles have also changed alot since I last tried them but I did buy a set of 100% goggles and have no complaints.

In tight woods riding where it's very slow I picked up on turning my goggles around backwards from watching the hard Enduro guys. Helps with fogging when you crash or get stuck and keeps dirt out so you can put them back on.

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disbanded disbanded
10/14/2017 8:25 AM

Sunglasses

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Titan1 Titan1
10/14/2017 8:29 AM

I always run Scott goggles...never have fogging issues-unless it’s super cold, and the trail is boarderline hard enduro (them I put them on backwards like was mentioned above).

Racing hare and hounds is almost a death sentence for goggles (unless you are in the lead, or close to it-which I never am...lol) with all the dust, so I even usually buy the lower end Scott goggles and they work great, then I don’t feel like I’m wasting a ton of money if I only use them for 5 or 6 races. (Though I have started popping the lenses out and tossing them in the washing machine, and then using them much longer on practice/trail days.)

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TeamGreen TeamGreen
10/14/2017 8:34 AM

I run Dragon NFX"s" for off-road. That's NFX with a little "s" on the end. They come with a fog-free lens and that lens is a thick/strong lens that's very good protection from rocks, etc.

I ripped a start from Egypt and I was happy about that.

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wideopen198 wideopen198
10/14/2017 9:17 AM

Scott Prospect Enduro goggle. As you can see the lens has some vents

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Titan1 Titan1
10/14/2017 9:24 AM
wideopen198 wrote:

Scott Prospect Enduro ...more

I’ve never liked vents like that off-road...dust always comes in with the air....

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Erek_Kudla Erek_Kudla
10/16/2017 9:00 AM

I've been rocking 100% goggles and really like them. Especially with the Forecast Roll Off system that actually IS the lense.

I also liked the Scott Goggles that you could adjust to your face, but I'm not sure if those exist anymore.

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