Biltwell Moto Goggles
Looks good, works well. I prefer the bubble shield though
I have the Biltwell Gringo helmet and got these goggles shortly after. When it's sunny, I prefer the helmet with sunglalsses. At night or cloudy days, I used to use the goggles. My helmet was a size large and the goggles worked fine. No fog issues. However, I recently received the bubble shield and prefer it. One less piece to worry about. The shield is also cheaper too.
February 8, 2015
no scratch resistent lens
Pros: nice design, comfortable fit, good field of vision, strap has a rubber backing so it stays on the helmet
Con: Lens is not scratch resistent.
I used these goggles for an intense motorcylce trip through various conditions. They performed well until the lens got scratched up. The scratching was a result of dust, road debris and rain getting on the lens and me having to constantly wipe the lens for visibility.
The scratches made it impossible to see out of the googles at night when on coming traffic headlights would pass through the lens. the scratches would refract the light and impair vision. I basically pitched these googles at the end of the trip.
For light duty riding these might be good goggles but I still would never buy them again.
January 11, 2015
Really great goggles
They fit extremely well, the look great, and they have a terrific field of vision. My one issue: my prescription glasses fit underneath them with no problem, but the goggles make my prescription glasses fog up.
December 6, 2014
Super lightweight and comfortable. Fogs up a little bit when stopped but clears right up when riding.
December 1, 2014
Perfect for me
Great fit and style. No other choice to go with my Biltwell Bonanza.
November 24, 2014
I was alittle scared I wouldn't be able to use them with my prescription glasses (Ray Ban Wayfarers) becouse they are so big but to my surprise they for perfectly!
June 17, 2014
Simple yet functional
I ride a Triumph Thruxton and use a Biltwell Gringo helmet for that retro look. I mostly use a bubble shield, but in the dead of summer I take it off. Sunglasses are usually enough eye protection, but I'll keep a pair of goggles on top of the helmet just in case of rain, dust, or if I ride into night and the sunglasses come off. The goggle lenses looked clear, but when I got them outside for the first time, they have a bluish tint. No biggy. My only complaint is that peripheral vision is somewhat restricted when the goggles are down. This is my third set of goggles and by far the best I've ever owned.
June 13, 2014
JUST WANTED A PAIR OF NORMAL MOTO GOGGLES
JUST WANTED A PAIR OF NORMAL MOTO GOGGLES AND THATS EXACTLY WHAT I GOT. GOT THEM TO GO WITH MY BELL DRIFTER HELMET. LOOKS AND PERFORMS GREAT.
June 9, 2014