Scott USA

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​Scott is a Switzerland based company that manufacturers sport goggles, mountain bikes, and clothing. The company was founded in 1958 by Ed Scott and has slowly become one of the biggest companies in the Motocross industry. Currently, Scott sponsors several teams and riders in the sport of Motocross.

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Sponsored Teams:

Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki

JGR Yamaha

BTO Sports KTM

Sponsored Riders:

Trey Canard

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Scott USA Prospect Sand/Dust Light Sensitive Goggle
Vital Review
The Good

One goggle for all light conditions, can ride as the sun sets or rises without swapping goggles.

The Bad

Doesn't get super dark, the Prospect is still a pretty big goggle that might not fit perfectly with smaller faces.

Overall Review
Released a few years back, the Prospect goggle from Scott is their premier, top-of-the-range goggle. When it was launched, the main changes to the goggle was that it had a much wider field of view and had a four-pen lens locking system that kept the lens in the frame of the goggle no matter how hard it was hit. Now we are looking at the LS (light sensitive) Prospect with a photochromic lens that changes tint with how much UV light hits it, just like Transition lens eyeglasses. Scott Prospect LS Goggle Features (from Scott) Massive field of vision. Lens lock system. Articulated outriggers. No...
Posted by Klinger on 6/24/2021 3:28pm
Scott USA Tyrant Goggles
Vital Review
Overall Review
Review and photos by Andre Barbosa Scott has been making motocross goggles since 1970, and I recently had the opportunity to test their Tyrant model. Over the years I have used several different brands of goggles, including Scott, with varying levels of success, but this was my first experience with the Tyrant goggles. I also tend to be more concerned about goggles than the average user because I wear contact lenses, and they do not mix well with sweat or even the tiniest bit of dirt. Scott Tyrant Features: Scott Fit System for optimized face fit. RAM Revolutionary Air Management for active...
Posted by BRZ on 5/1/2014 9:59am