Which googles?

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1/8/2019 8:17 AM

So..
i have a pair of Fox Air Defence, i bought them for 60€, lasted me 1 year and some months. I liked them but now they are having a bad time..
I'm looking for the best (or close to the best) googles, want them last at least 1 year and low price for pack strap lenses. I'd go with 100% or Fox, but which models? Or can you tell me which other brands makes great googles?
60-90€ budget

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rarararaataatatatata

1/8/2019 8:42 AM

Lots are good, for different reasons. First, they have to fit correctly to your face and helmet. Then comes quality of lens and foam. Really just have to try them, and start knocking them down. you'll find a great pair, then they'll change them!

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1/8/2019 8:52 AM

Id go with racecraft+ goggles from 100%. The value for the price is pretty great.

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1/8/2019 8:53 AM

I like the Google doodles myself. wink

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Anyone but Ralph!

1/8/2019 9:14 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/8/2019 9:15 AM

The only brand I have used since I started riding again are the base model 100% for glasses. These have the standard density foam and I like them a lot. They make one with higher density foam that is supposed to keep out dust better that they suggest for races like the baja 1000 etc where the track can turn into a dust bowl etc, but i think they will trap more heat in also which can cause them to fog up more.

I got their light tinted lense as well.

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1/8/2019 9:18 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/8/2019 9:37 AM

VonZipper. Quality and value for money.

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Non Gratum Anus Rodentum

1/8/2019 9:19 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/8/2019 9:19 AM

I’m sure Oakley and Scott goggles are probably better but for the price and quality of 100% it’s hard to beat. You get a spare lens and a pack of tear offs with the purchase and they’re cheap. I bought two sets in 2016 and I’ve been between those two pairs for three full seasons and still feel good and look crisp.

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1/8/2019 9:26 AM

I've had a pair of 100% racecraft goggles & they pinched my nose, really annoying. I wear Oakley Airbrakes now & I think they are awesome, wide field of vision, fit me perfectly & changing the lense is a doddle. IMO the best goggle on the market.

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1/8/2019 9:51 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/8/2019 9:53 AM

You can find Scott Prospect for that price, good goggles with a decent price. The only minus is the lens, it's still a traditional stamped lexan lens. You can also find Oakley Airbrakes for around 90-110€ on sale sometimes.

I would steer away from 100% goggles or at least try a pair at your closest dealer before you buy them. They pinch my nose a lot regardless of what helmet i used them with and they don't seal very good = sand in your eyes.

The best thing is to take your helmet to a dealer close to you and try the goggles they have and get the pair that fits the best!

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1/8/2019 10:03 AM

I like my Scott Prospects. Excellent range of vision and easy to change the lense.

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1/8/2019 10:05 AM

I bought 4 pairs of 100% goggles, complete shit unfortunately.
Dragon or scott is where i would look

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1/8/2019 10:10 AM

Okay guys.. I'm going to the dealer asap and will try em with my helmet. Thank you.

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rarararaataatatatata

1/8/2019 10:12 AM

Lastander wrote:

I bought 4 pairs of 100% goggles, complete shit unfortunately.
Dragon or scott is where i would look

I think Dragon is done with MX goggles.

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Take it to the limit, one more time!

1/8/2019 10:13 AM

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1/8/2019 11:03 AM

I have bought the Viral Brand goggles.. Best fitting Goggle I have worn. They come with a 30 day deal to get your money back but you wont use it.. I got mine from Motosport..

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1/8/2019 11:10 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/8/2019 11:11 AM

my list ive used

oakey airbrakes
scott prospects
100% (not sure of model)
flowvision
spy (forgot model)

airbrakes prob being the nicest out of them all, prizm lenses are the cats ass, how ever they seem to scratch easy in the woods .Lens change is easy - how ever $$$

loving my flowvision's with light blue lens (woods) - they are what i have switched to now. - id prob say tie with scott prospects.

def bring your helm to make sure they fit and that they are comfy..

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1/9/2019 9:01 AM

X Brand or EKS how ever you want to call them, for price and comfort and doing the job right. Buy 2 pairs for the price of any of the others.

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1/9/2019 9:44 AM

I Agree- EKS are as good as any goggles out there for half the price-

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1/9/2019 9:57 AM

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

I've had a pair of 100% racecraft goggles & they pinched my nose, really annoying. I wear Oakley Airbrakes now & I think they are awesome, wide field of vision, fit me perfectly & changing the lense is a doddle. IMO the best goggle on the market.

This is what I went through. Although I wore 100% for 2 years with a Fly F2 and didn’t have the problem. When I got my Bell Moto 9 is when I noticed it. The Airbrakes are nice.

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