Top of the line: X Fade, $50
This goggle comes equipped with a urethane-blend soft
frame for a better face fit; anti-fog, hard-coat polycarbonate lens; and comes equipped with a four-layer, fleece-lined face foam.
Top of the line: Racecraft, $65–$75
Multiple features, including strap outriggers, a nose
guard, triple-layer foam and special air intakes that eliminate fog, make this product the flagship of the 100% lineup.
The lens is also anti-fog-coated Lexan and comes with a
spare and a stack of tear-offs.
Best seller: Flat Out, $29.99
This goggle has all of the frame features of a high-end
goggle at a much lower price. It has a soft frame for a
better face fit; anti-fog, hard-coat polycarbonate lens; and
comes equipped with four-layer, ultra-plush face foam.
Most unique: Sand, $45.95
This goggle uses the same frame and face foam as the
standard goggles, but it’s unique in the fact that it comes
equipped with a neoprene-blend vent foam. This foam
allows the goggle to breathe from the inside but keeps the
sand and dust out! It’s a must-have goggle for the sand
dunes or the dusty, dry races.
Best seller: Acurri, $45–$60
A flexible urethane frame lined with triple-layer foam
holds in a scratch-resistant, thin Lexan lens. Anti-fog and
mirrored lenses are optional. The strap is coated with a
silicone strip to prevent slipping and stays snug. A rainbow of colors are available.
Most unique: Superstition ATV/UTV OTG, $60
This may be the first-ever goggle exclusively marketed
toward the UTV crowd. It stands apart by using high-density foam to keep sand and dust out, along with two
scratch-proof lenses: clear and smoked. The frame is built
larger to fit sunglasses or prescription glasses underneath. ❏
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