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The lightweight, comfortable, and versatile sport design of the Kolpin® Crossover Sport Glasses allow for excellent peripheral vision on the shooting range, out riding the four wheeler, or at home working on a project. Scratch- and impact-resistant molded polycarbonate lens offers great UV protection and meets ASTM and PECC standards for safety. Anti-fog design and fitted foam provide a great view and keep out unwanted dust and debris while on the trail. Co-injection temple tips for comfort. The goggle's removable and adjustable strap allows for a customized, trustworthy fit while out riding.
Versatile safety goggles - great for shooting, ATV riding, or working on projects
Sport design grants better peripheral vision than comparable goggles
Scratch- and impact-resistant molded polycarbonate lens
Meets ASTM and PECC standards for safety
Fitted foam keeps out dust and debris while riding trails
Great for the Street
I use these when riding my motorcycle on the street. they work great for that, they do let in a very, very small amount of air by the nose bridge. It keeps them from fogging up, and doesn't wind burn your eyes. However that same gap will let dust in on a very dusty trail, not bad on dirt roads, but very dusty conditions will warrant different goggle.
August 21, 2011
I purchased these glasses for riding atv, they are alot smaller than goggles and preform really good for me. They also form to your face really well and keep your eyes from watering up.
March 31, 2011
don't buy these
these are pieces of junk! You can get regular riding googles that have plenty of periphral vison for $25 and they will actually keep dust out of your eyes and be comfortable. Go to a store that specializes in atv equipment not bass pro!
August 17, 2010
Not that great
For the price it's a good deal concidering the next step up is around $80. I was hoping for a full enclosed goggle but these have gaps that let dust in.
August 11, 2010
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