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The virtues of motocross goggles are well sung among men who ride the wild thunder, but few outlaws we know can stomach the gaudy graphics and over-the-top technology that has glutted today's goggle market. Introducing Biltwell Moto Goggles. Every pair of simple, well-made Moto Goggles is engineered to keep road debris out of your eyes without causing a scene. There are no deflector shields, spider web graphics, or neon accents on these track- and tarmac-tested goggles, just the bare essentials for clear vision when conditions are less than ideal.
Large eye port for excellent peripheral visibility
Two-stage foam with fleece outer layer provides venting and comfort
Clear anti-fog lens is removable for cleaning and replacement
Woven heavy-duty strap for superior stretch and durability with double D-rings for precise adjustment
Gotta have eye protection
If you dont have a full face helmet, get some googles. Protect your peepers!
November 4, 2013
Great cheap and simple goggles
Have been looking for a lower priced clear set of goggles to run with my openface at night and these fit the bill.
Good construction with no flouro or over the top branding like the moto ones. Just a solid, good looking product.
July 1, 2013
nice, simple goggles
These are simply designed, straightforward goggles. They fit comfortably, are very light, and the tinted lenses are great for sunny days.
June 18, 2013
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Jorge M: i hope they fit over Rx glasses.Mar 12, 2014
THOMAS T: GOES GREAT WITH THE BILTWELL GRINGO HELMET. RETRO IS THE WORD :-)Feb 21, 2014
Timur M: Have full face helmet without screen- These are a good fit for helmet. Not the best for high traffic/metro area riding because goggles take away some peripheral vision. I would use these all the time if I didn't ride in Washington D.C. and NYC.Feb 20, 2014
M A: Style and fit with the Biltwell Gringo helmet.Feb 15, 2014
michael p: I have the Gringo, and I've tried other goggles, but they just don't seem to fit right. I usually ride with shades, but if I'm on the freeway, or going 80 mph, the wind bothers my eyes when I'm wearing shades. I also like the simple look of these goggles, and finally, if I got the biltwell helmet, I might as well have the biltwell goggles.Jan 20, 2014
A shopper asked:Can these goggles be worn over prescription eyeglasses?Nov 2, 2013
A shopper asked:I've got the Biltwell Gringo and a looking for some goggles to get. My ride has no mirrors and I've read that the peripheral on some goggles makes turning to check what's in the next lane a hassle. How are these?Sep 28, 2013
Christian C:They just snap off from inside the frame. Installing the new lens is a little tricky just need to make sure you align them right. Might require a little bending to squeeze them in.Dec 11, 2013
Miguel Angel N:yes they fit. But if you´re looking for a more retro look, don´t go for this. Sure they are comfortable but there are no difference between this and any snowboard goggles. Now I´m looking for a more retro look goggles. Peace.Sep 11, 2013