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post #1 of 12 Old May 24th, 2011, 12:53 PM Thread Starter
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Goggles?

We are gearing up for another a ride up in the Quachita Nat'l Forest. Every time I go up there I say next time I will bring goggles because the dusty roads we have to take to access the trails.

What brand and model goggles would be best to keep dust out of my eyes? I figure the guys that ride mostly dunes would have some good input.
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We just use ski goggles they seem to work great..for us.
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Re: Goggles?

A few brand make a sand goggle they have thicker foam and finer vents to keep the dust down....

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BEER GOGGLES!!! They work good in the snow at least.

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Re: Goggles?

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A few brand make a sand goggle they have thicker foam and finer vents to keep the dust down....
Johnny, I think those are Smith Goggles, we had some at Moab and worked real well. They make for sand riding.

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Re: Goggles?

Think of them as sun glasses. You may have to try a few pair on before you find some that fit you right.
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Re: Goggles?

I use Spy Klutch MX Sand goggles. They came with a clear and a tinted lense. Work awesome in the fine dust we have out here in AZ. Fox and Oakley also make sand goggles. A few of my frineds have them and love them.

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A few brand make a sand goggle they have thicker foam and finer vents to keep the dust down....
Johnny, I think those are Smith Goggles, we had some at Moab and worked real well. They make for sand riding.
Thats Right Don! those were the demos i hooked you up with.

I use the Smith Fuel V.2 Sand goggles, but i am a little biased! hahaha
oh, and we make all kinds of sweet replacement lenses for them. I prefer the platinum mirror or red mirror for sunny days, and the sensor mirror lens for cloudy days. big improvement!

by the way Don, did Brady hook you up with the goods? I sent you and Troy and email, but never herd back from you guys.

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Re: Goggles?

Oakley makes a great sand goggle with closed-cell foam. You really need the closed cell foam to keep out the fine dust particles. With regular snow goggles, or ones not specifically designed for sand, it just goes right through the foam.

Oakley MX O FRAME SAND Goggles available at the online Oakley store
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My choice too!! Great goggles



Oakley MX O FRAME SAND Goggles available at the online Oakley store

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Re: Goggles?

I also own and use the Oakley sand goggles and they are so far the best goggles I have owned.
We get some extreme dust out here in the west and goggles are a must have safety item. Don't leave Home with out them!

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Re: Goggles?

Might think of getting extra lenses when you get what ever goggles you get, because depending witch brand they are ,some goggles go out of style and you can't find the lenses later. just my 2 cents.
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