Scott Prospect Goggle

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7/27/2016 12:19 PM

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7/27/2016 12:22 PM

looks wise, it kinda reminds me of the Spy Omen

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7/27/2016 12:28 PM

$89.00!!!w00t

They're going to kick Oakley all around the track - count me in and I like my Oakley Airbakes!!

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7/27/2016 12:38 PM

Was waiting for a new line from Scott!

Im a life long Scott guy and the Tyrants/Hustles were getting a little outdated.

Ill be buying a few sets.

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7/27/2016 12:49 PM

IceMan446 wrote:

Was waiting for a new line from Scott!

Im a life long Scott guy and the Tyrants/Hustles were getting a little outdated.

Ill be buying a few sets.

Is it just me, or has the durability of the foam declined in recent years?

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7/27/2016 12:58 PM

Looking forward to going with these as well. Two for the price of one Oakley.

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7/27/2016 12:59 PM

I just bought a 4 pack of hustles, I have been running the old 07 vintage no sweat xi for a long time and they are my favorite goggle hands down, these prospect look awesome tho. Remind me of the old no sweat xi.

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7/27/2016 1:05 PM

So, there have to be a few old guys like myself who recognize the significance of the $89 price tag.

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Braaapin' aint easy.

7/27/2016 1:09 PM

Just another company trying to keep pace with Oakley design and technology.

"You get what you pay for"... keep that in mind when buying equipment used to protect your eyes.

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7/27/2016 1:53 PM

bwilky wrote:

Just another company trying to keep pace with Oakley design and technology.

"You get what you pay for"... keep that in mind when buying equipment used to protect your eyes.

For some reason I doubt Scott's ad campaign for this goggle was "we are just trying to keep up with Oakley". Scott has been making elite level products for decades.

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7/27/2016 1:56 PM

i love Scott USA products, top notch on quality, but $90 for a pair of goggles?

it's insane what gear companies are charging these days

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7/27/2016 1:58 PM

Glad I'm not the only one thinking $90 for a pair of goggles is ridiculous

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7/27/2016 2:01 PM

peelout wrote:

i love Scott USA products, top notch on quality, but $90 for a pair of goggles?

it's insane what gear companies are charging these days

I hear ya. I've become a closeout bargain hunter. Just picked up super cheap Alias Gear for $79 and a new pair of EKS brand on another order I had to top off my free shipping. I felt like Farva pumping gas into the trash can to get a free hot dog.

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7/27/2016 2:08 PM

Falcon wrote:

So, there have to be a few old guys like myself who recognize the significance of the $89 price tag.

Noted, I guess its time to glue the foam back on my old goggles.

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7/27/2016 2:46 PM

bwilky wrote:

Just another company trying to keep pace with Oakley design and technology.

"You get what you pay for"... keep that in mind when buying equipment used to protect your eyes.

Jt$ wrote:

For some reason I doubt Scott's ad campaign for this goggle was "we are just trying to keep up with Oakley". Scott has been making elite level products for decades.

You get what you pay for... #SMH


Half the price of an Airbrake and better Foam and lens retention.. Sign me up...

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7/27/2016 2:57 PM

IceMan446 wrote:

Was waiting for a new line from Scott!

Im a life long Scott guy and the Tyrants/Hustles were getting a little outdated.

Ill be buying a few sets.

Dirty Points wrote:

Is it just me, or has the durability of the foam declined in recent years?

I havent had any issues with the foam.

I sweat a lot so I run the panty liners regardless but the foam has held up really well and I wash mine in the washing machine.

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7/27/2016 3:26 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/27/2016 3:27 PM

I will stick with my Eks for 30ish bucks.. I have gotten discount deals on dragon NFX and spy ace. They are both too large for my taste. They fill the whole goggle port. These look too large too. Off road in Texas sucks when you can't feel the air .

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7/27/2016 4:13 PM

kopfjaeger wrote:

I will stick with my Eks for 30ish bucks.. I have gotten discount deals on dragon NFX and spy ace. They are both too large for my taste. They fill the whole goggle port. These look too large too. Off road in Texas sucks when you can't feel the air .

Was given a pair of AirBrakes. Wasnt a fan of the look or the fit. Still love my Eks Brand and continue to support!

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7/27/2016 4:59 PM

Ya these fancy goggles are pimp and all. Good for Scott stepping up to Oakley. But dam who has that kind of money to spend on goggles. I ride in the woods and see goggles as pretty much disposable. I would rather run the cheaper goggles myself and rotate them.

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7/27/2016 5:06 PM

The double tear off pins are interesting. It's about damn time they came out with a new goggle, they seemed to have lost a huge chunk of market share over the last few years.

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7/27/2016 8:04 PM

Totally stoked... I love scott goggles! I have worn them since the late 80s and every time I try a different brand I am dissapointed, love my hustles and can't wait to try these.

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7/27/2016 8:32 PM

I've used Scott forever..... they lasted for years. I tried the Airframe and was sold on the fit, view and how easy it is to clean and change the lens. The price is a bummer, however I take exceptional care with my googled so I was ok with the investment.

Yes $89.00 for the Prospect, before accessories is still a lot.

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7/27/2016 9:17 PM

No molded lens, i guess that is why it's relatively cheap compared to the Oakley Airbrake, Dragon nfx and Spy.

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7/27/2016 9:17 PM

I don't think I can bring myself to pay $89 for a pair of goggles, let alone the almost $200 Oakleys'. My family needs that money more than I need a new pair of goggles for that price. It's funny when people see something shiny and new and are ready to sell the dog and the house to buy it just because it is new. If you can afford it then by all means treat yourself, but that price tag is not for me.

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7/27/2016 9:25 PM

I've been buying Scott goggles since I was a little kid but last year started trying out different goggles. Scott simply grew stale in my eyes. I tried some different 100% and Dragon goggles until I finally bought a pair of Airbrakes on clearance and fell in love with them. The fit and feel is first class, they're simple to take apart and to clean. The MSRP is ridiculous but you can find them on sale around $100.

I'm happy to see that Scott has something new again.

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7/27/2016 9:40 PM

It might be half the price but the lens will be half as crisp as the Oakley. When they remove the lens from the Scott goggle, you can see how soft and flexy it is.

I do like the idea of double tear off post. I bet that would keep dust from getting between the 2.

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7/28/2016 1:30 AM

peelout wrote:

i love Scott USA products, top notch on quality, but $90 for a pair of goggles?

it's insane what gear companies are charging these days

X2. The markup is ridonculous on stuff like this.

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7/28/2016 2:06 AM

bwilky wrote:

Just another company trying to keep pace with Oakley design and technology.

"You get what you pay for"... keep that in mind when buying equipment used to protect your eyes.

I've seen way too many Airbrakes break to put down 150 for it.

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7/28/2016 5:09 AM

I sure wish there were more options for us glasses wearers!!! 100% has like 3 color choices, all solid colors, no design whatsoever.

Are there really that few of us that wear glasses and ride too?

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7/28/2016 6:17 AM

The air brakes are badazz.

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