Is designed to protect your eyes while riding your motorcycle. Because, they typically come in sunglasses, goggles, or changeable kits, here are some things to consider when buying your motorcycle eyewear.
Motorcycle Riding Glasses
Riding glasses come in the widest range of options for you to choose from the frame to lens color you like most. Whether you like round or straight arms you will need to find out what will work best with your helmet. Because some come with foam barriers to keep the wind out, it is important to determine if you want those barriers to be permanent or removable. Removable eyecups allow for replacement once they are worn out, so most people choose this kind of foam barrier often called an air dam. Now, If you are unsure what is going to work for you, because riding glasses come in the widest price range, try a few styles.
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also come with many options to choose. The frame is usually black or matte black. They have an adjustable strap to keep them firm against the face. You can choose from a variety of lens colors. Some lenses even transition too. Riding goggles will usually come with a foam barrier to keep the wind out. A few options don’t or are made to go over glasses.
Motorcycle Eyewear Kits
are very flexible. They are usually like glasses where you can change the lenses out. Some you can change the nosepiece. A few you can change the arms. Most people prefer the ones you can make into goggles though. With riding eyewear kits, they are a jack of all trades, and great as a backup.
for riding glasses are shatterproof to protect the eyes from fast moving debris. Colors of riding eyewear lenses come in many colors. Clear, smoke, yellow, and transitional are the most common. Try a few lens colors to see what you like best. Clear and yellow work best at night and on overcast days. Transitional can be used day or night, and smoke are great during bright days.
Riding Glasses Frames
are very durable. They are designed to withstand common mishaps like being dropped. Some frame are so durable they can be run over by a forklift and return to shape.
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