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A great set of goggles that fit perfectly on open and half helmets. They are definitely smoother and less bulk than some of the other aviator type goggles. Plus the smoke lenses are dark enough for daytime riding, but still clear enough for night time.
I really recommend these as the number one choice. For aviator goggles
July 6, 2015
Definitely am aviator style. Peripheral vision is excellent.
Comfortable glasses that have average optics. Peripheral vision is excellent as the lenses are angled far enough outside of your face are to see all around you with very little head turn required. 100% aviator stlye. If you want real biker, this is not for you.
January 19, 2015
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Nicholas C:I would not recommend riding with these goggles at night. I was out riding and it became night. Even in the pseudo-evening "not-quite-dark" I could not see a thing. Do not use these at nightApr 26, 2015
diego r:They should better quality. Is looks great and all with my bell rouge flat black . I had it at least 1 year never dropped the goggles and lenses are about to fall and they do not block much of the wind. And to answer your question NO I would not use them at night Apr 26, 2015
michael p:I bought these for my Gringo helmet, and they do look really cool, I get compliments all the time, however, they don't seal very well. They are really only good for cruising around town. When I get on the freeway, and go over 65, the wind starts getting in my eyes. It's very similar to wearing sunglasses, so if you can deal with that, you can deal with the goggles. That being said, if I had to buy them all over again... I would. Hope that helps.Dec 20, 2014
When you're wearing them are you wearing the strap on the outside of the helmet? just around you head?
seems like maybe they'd seal better if the strap was just around your head and you put the helmet on over the goggles, or maybe that's not even possible, or maybe that would look ridiculous? I'm interested in these for my Gringo as well.
Feb 2, 2015