The best motocross goggles 2017

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7/2/2017 8:20 PM

Hi guys. I'm looking for the best motocross goggles for enduro. So much on amazon or ebay. I found 5 product i think great.
100% Racecraft

100% Racecraft Goggles The premier 100% line of goggle system represents our commitment to create an enhanced user experience, by providing riders with a higher level of functionality and accurate vision. The race craft is a synthesis of precision engineering and minimal design, which produces a goggle that performs and feels as great as it looks

Oakley Airbrake MX



Awesome product everything claimed is dead on ! Fit is very comfortable and vision is so much more than reg goggles ! So ez to change lens like 2 min. Now only if I can find some different color lens ! There so new most shops don't know anything about them ! Ha I think it will b last pair of goggles I get everything is replaceable !

Fox Racing Air Space



See the bigger picture with the new Fox Air Space goggles. By increasing air volume inside the frame by 30%, the Air Space goggle takes ventilation, peripheral vision and comfort to a new level. Design & Function: - Smart venting system, venting ports circulate cool air - Increased peripheral viewing - Thermo bonded, 19mm triple layer face foam for superior sweat absorbtion - 8-pin lens retention system keeps lens intact - Lexan® lens offers 100% UV protection - 45mm non-slip silicone strap - Removable rock guard included - Strap mounted third tear-off post included

Scott MX Prospect




Lens Lock System
Articulated outriggers
NoSweat 3.2 face foam
Extra wide 50mm no-slip silicone strap
NoFogª Anti-Fog lens treatment

EKS Go-X

A lightweight, “urethane blend” frame has a firm yet pliable feel for the ultimate in comfort and protection
The “GOX” frame is equipped with the highest quality, Polycarbonate, shatter resistant anti-scratch & anti-fog coated lens available
Tear off posts are integrated into the Polycarbonate, hard coat lenses for ease of use and function.
100-PPI “reticulated” vent foam allows the ultimate in airflow while keeping the dust and debris out.
Double buckle woven strap is silicone backed for the ultimate in strap placement and hold

I'm found a review post on Motocrosstime. That good for choice your goggles.
http://motocrosstime.com/procducts_review/the-best-motocross-goggles-2017

What is your best choice ? Let's me know.

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7/5/2017 1:40 PM

i've ran the 100% racecraft and the oakley airbrakes. I had a problem with the higher end airbrakes fogging after minimal time riding. That being said i have had no problems with the racecraft, and actually prefer them.

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7/6/2017 3:42 AM

JW269 wrote:

i've ran the 100% racecraft and the oakley airbrakes. I had a problem with the higher end airbrakes fogging after minimal time riding. That being said i have had no problems with the racecraft, and actually prefer them.

Nice. I use 100% racecraft too for enduro trip. that's sweet.

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7/7/2017 2:57 PM

I've had the same pair of 100% Racecraft's for about 4 years now and just keep swapping the lenses out. I like them quite a bit and they don't break the bank.

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7/9/2017 10:00 AM

In have a few pairs made by EKS and they're pretty comfy. My 100% goggles are nice too. Just use what's comfortable and keep them clean!

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7/13/2017 5:13 AM
Edited Date/Time: 7/13/2017 5:14 AM

I recently tried SHOT Race Gear as spending 100-150$ on goggles seems ridiculous to me.
Two lenses (dark mirror and standard clear), triple density foam, good looking and comfy.
And the best part: I paid 25$ for them.


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7/13/2017 11:21 PM

Turbojez wrote:

I recently tried SHOT Race Gear as spending 100-150$ on goggles seems ridiculous to me.
Two lenses (dark mirror and standard clear), triple density foam, good looking and comfy.
And the best part: I paid 25$ for them.


Nice SHOT

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9/27/2017 10:40 PM

dragon NFXS

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10/6/2017 10:12 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/6/2017 10:13 PM

I've owned and rode with 100% Racecrafts & Accuri's. I sold all of the 100% goggles that I owned after trying Scott Prospects and have switched to those. I also own a pair of Oakley Airbrakes, but I still prefer the Scott's. They just seem to fit my Bell Moto 9 better.

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11/11/2017 1:04 PM

I've spent way too much on googles, Oakleys, !00%'s, NXFS's etc. I sturggle to find some that the lens resist scratching (ride enduro only). Currently using the oakleys and the double lens ($50 ea) and still not that impressed

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11/11/2017 10:24 PM

The oakleys are great. Expensive but wait until they go on sale and snatch some up. They last forever and every piece is replaceable.

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12/11/2017 8:57 PM

Just got my first set of prospects and they're nice. I love the lenses and they fit great. The set I got have the green iridium lense, but looking through them they're one of those amberish tints that are good in all lighting. I'll be getting more prospects for sure.

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12/12/2017 7:46 AM

Racecrafts are legit

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12/12/2017 1:26 PM

I,too, buy goggles too often. At the moment love the prospects. I might switch back to oakleys. I always have some 100%s to give to riders in need.

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12/24/2017 7:03 PM

Dragon Alliance is where it's at. Currently running the Vendetta model, which is comparable in price to the 100% Racecraft goggles, however I still slightly prefer the Dragons. They have been great in every way and no signs of wearing out or breaking so far. I will be purchasing the NFX2 model very soon which I believe is easily a level above anything on your list. Don't see myself switching from Dragon anytime in the remotely near future.

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2/26/2018 6:35 PM

DTR830 wrote:

dragon NFXS

BOOM!

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Chris Cornell, 1964-2017

3/8/2018 8:41 AM


great google if you have a big snout, and a great lense located inSoCal






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3/14/2018 2:02 AM

Moto520 wrote:

The oakleys are great. Expensive but wait until they go on sale and snatch some up. They last forever and every piece is replaceable.

Oakley airbrake with prizm lens.. They are the best. any other brand feels like cheap chineze goggles compared to them. Had 100% , scott prospects (always get sand behind the googles) and they scratched pretty fast.. Eks i always liked it in the past. Now spending a little bit more and get the airbrakes when they are on sale..
Roll offs are good, the bronze-jade-torch priz-sapphire-black prizm lens are worth the money

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3/26/2018 9:13 AM

Moto520 wrote:

The oakleys are great. Expensive but wait until they go on sale and snatch some up. They last forever and every piece is replaceable.

r18b wrote:

Oakley airbrake with prizm lens.. They are the best. any other brand feels like cheap chineze goggles compared to them. Had 100% , scott prospects (always get sand behind the googles) and they scratched pretty fast.. Eks i always liked it in the past. Now spending a little bit more and get the airbrakes when they are on sale..
Roll offs are good, the bronze-jade-torch priz-sapphire-black prizm lens are worth the money

Second ^. The Oakley airbrake with a prizm lens is amazing. You can find the old colors ways online at a discount.

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4/7/2018 4:43 AM

Haven't tried any of the other brands you have listed other than Oakley Airbrakes, I have two pairs, One set up for Roll Offs and the other for tear offs, dead set i can't see how you could beat them, lease changing is so easy it makes every other goggle look like a complicated bad joke. Fully rebuildable, Face foam, strap, out riggers, and locks are all replaceable. I've had my first set since they were first released and I've rebuilt them once and they are like new, they are worth the money for the sole reason you can keep extending their life when things like foams breaks down or straps go loose.

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4/7/2018 4:45 AM

Moto520 wrote:

The oakleys are great. Expensive but wait until they go on sale and snatch some up. They last forever and every piece is replaceable.

r18b wrote:

Oakley airbrake with prizm lens.. They are the best. any other brand feels like cheap chineze goggles compared to them. Had 100% , scott prospects (always get sand behind the googles) and they scratched pretty fast.. Eks i always liked it in the past. Now spending a little bit more and get the airbrakes when they are on sale..
Roll offs are good, the bronze-jade-torch priz-sapphire-black prizm lens are worth the money

PlainEnvelopes wrote:

Second ^. The Oakley airbrake with a prizm lens is amazing. You can find the old colors ways online at a discount.

Prizm lense is next level!!

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