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Dominate the road with the Bobster Roadmaster photochromic eyewear. The adjustable strap allows easy conversion from sunglass to goggle, while the photochromic, polycarbonate lenses lighten when indoors and darken when exposed to sunlight. Removable closed cell foam padding adds comfort for extended periods of wear while protecting the eyes from dust and debris.
Removable closed cell memory foam
Detachable goggle strap
Carry case included
Note: Bobster does not recommend the Roadmaster Glasses for nighttime use, as they are never fully clear.
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Joseph B:that is about as dark as they will get - as seen in the picture. They also block your periferal vision so you will need to turn your head a lot to stay aware of things moving on either side of youJun 16, 2014
RevZilla:After speaking with Bobster directly we were informed that these photochromic lenses are UV activated. Thus, if you use a faceshield that does not allow UV Rays to pass through it then there is no way to trigger the change to occur on the Bobster lenses. Also, the lenses that come with these goggles are already considered to be a dark smoke, and they would only get darker. They do not become lighter at all, and the overall change in tint is not as great as something like the Bell Transitions SolFX Photochromic Face Shield which goes from a clear to a mellow smoke (between light smoke and dark smoke).Oct 2, 2012
RevZilla:All glasses or goggles will fog depending on the conditions. The gasket around the edge of the frame which is designed to keep wind from affecting your eyes also does a good job of trapping moisture in the space in-between. The only 100% fog free solution for motorcycling is a full face helmet with a Pinlock shield and lens.Jun 26, 2012