Goggle Frames that Fit Glasses

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11/8/2020 8:46 AM

Continuing from my previous post: https://m.vitalmx.com/forums/Moto-Related,20/Blurry-Vision-after-Two-Laps,1383639 where people suggested wearing glasses.

Which goggles have the biggest frame? I currently have Eks brand but the frame is similar to an old Scott 89. Which brands offer more room betweet forehead and nose to accommodate glasses?

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11/8/2020 8:54 AM

Might have answered my own question...

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11/8/2020 9:26 AM

Hi I wear prescription sunglasses under my Scott old model goggles purchased from Chapperal moto for around 15.00šŸ˜Ž
Very comfortable!!

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11/8/2020 9:27 AM

Pro-Grip was the best I ever found.

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11/8/2020 10:01 AM

Anyone gone the contacts route?? Wear glasses for long distance stuff, never bothered while riding before but my eye sight is slowly getting worse.
Never wore contacts before but I think they be better than glasses under goggles??

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11/8/2020 10:11 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/8/2020 10:12 AM

Iā€™m on the VSN 2.0 goggle from Rocky Mountain and those fit glasses really well without being an actual OTG goggle. Bonus they are cheap as shit, bad news is not a lot of lens options.

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11/8/2020 10:33 AM

I went the prescription insert route: https://rxgoggles.com/ and they are awesome. I was worried about putting my glasses underneath, in case of a crash, as it's extra material than can cause damage. I also don't do contacts, so this was the perfect solution for me.

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11/8/2020 10:37 AM

Pro-vue.com give them a try. Prescription goggles done very well.

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11/8/2020 10:50 AM

Pro grip for me too

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11/8/2020 4:42 PM

All the Leatt goggles fit over glasses. I have a set of the 6.5s. Also have a set of the Scott Split, my first set of OTG. The Leatts have better features.

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11/8/2020 6:42 PM

Scott otg goggles work well

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11/8/2020 6:56 PM

luke11 wrote:

Anyone gone the contacts route?? Wear glasses for long distance stuff, never bothered while riding before but my eye sight is ...more

Man I switched to contacts a few years ago for riding and wish I had done a lot of years before that. It is way better for me.

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11/8/2020 7:06 PM

I use Scott Split goggles over my glasses and I am very happy with them.

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11/8/2020 7:14 PM

mxmedic wrote:

All the Leatt goggles fit over glasses. I have a set of the 6.5s. Also have a set of the Scott Split, my first set of OTG. The ...more

I tried a pair of Leatt 4.5 and that seems like a quality pair but that frame did not fit well in the eyeport of the TLD SE4 helmet.

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11/8/2020 7:17 PM

I got a small-framed set of glasses, with a distance-only prescription, specifically for riding. I can wear them even under the kids sized oakley goggles with no issues. A big problem i've had in the past is that the higher-end goggles ride on the edges of my helmet (medium size) and don't really sit on my face. This lets dirt get in and start bouncing around, eventually lodging in my eye. Back when I wore contacts, I tried them for racing but always had problems due to dry eyes. Also tried the prescription goggles and HATED them due to bad depth perception issues...My 2 cents...

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11/8/2020 7:39 PM

Scott OTG. $40-$45 and they are amazing over glasses.

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11/8/2020 8:20 PM

My dad uses the Oakley Frontline goggles and they accept glasses. The frame actually has a notch on the inside that is specifically for the arms of glasses. We tried to modify his airbrakes to no success, then had him try my frontline's as they are designed to fit glasses. He loves them and the ability to have the Prizm lens is a plus.

Just a note, since the Frontline tear-offs are hard to find, the 100% Armega tear-offs work...the pin holes are exactly the same.

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11/8/2020 10:52 PM

I use Oakley 02 goggles and they have notches in the frame to accept glasses. I tried Scott spilt otg but they stuck out so far the foam pinched my nose and they didn't fit in my medium size Bell helmet.

I have tried contacts but found they dried out if I didn't blink enough and then they would move on my eye and I couldn't see anything. If be 3rd gear tapped about to hit a jump with no vision and I'd have to blink like mad to get it back into position

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11/9/2020 5:47 AM

I got my kid a pair of Scott OTG goggles for his glasses and they barely work. It takes forever to get his glasses to settle on his nose with the goggles. Just my .02 cents.

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11/9/2020 5:59 AM

I wear 100% and EKS Brand OTG, and I prefer the fit of EKS Brand.

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11/9/2020 7:44 AM

I wear Scott OTG and they work fine for me. Likely depends a lot on the shape of your glasses but mine fit right in and don't move around at all when I'm riding.

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11/9/2020 8:33 AM

Oakley Front Line goggles are OTG goggles.

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11/9/2020 9:49 AM

I bought some oakley glasses that kind of wrap around like a sunglass, put in clear lenses for riding my harley, they are awesome under any googles i have for moto. going to buy another pair for my helmet bag , so i dont forget them.

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11/9/2020 10:22 AM

My Fox Vue's are fantastic over my glasses. The airspace is also great, put in a lot of motos with glasses on under those two frames.

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11/9/2020 9:01 PM

I have very small glasses and the Scott prospects kinda fit. I had to cut slices in the foam for the arms to fit in.

On another note do the leatt velocity 6.5 fit over glasses ? They say they do?

Thanks

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11/9/2020 9:29 PM

zeromarine wrote:

I have very small glasses and the Scott prospects kinda fit. I had to cut slices in the foam for the arms to fit in.

On ...more

The Leatt 6.5 fits well over my glasses. One of the reasons I decided on purchasing a set shortly after they came out.

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11/10/2020 8:55 AM

Oakley Front Line are the best OTG goggles I've ever used. And Im super picky

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11/10/2020 1:42 PM

rawdawgin wrote:

Oakley Front Line are the best OTG goggles I've ever used. And Im super picky

I was about to order a set of the leatt velocity 6.5 as they state they fit glasses. Now Iā€™m not sure should I try these instead ? Anyone that has tried both have a idea which ones work best with glasses. Mine are are pretty small glasses. Thanks !

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