Motorcycle Riding Glasses and Goggles...
Choose Right to See Right...

Motorcycle riding glasses and goggles are vital equipment for all riders.

Even if your bike has a windshield or your helmet has a faceshield -- maybe you have both -- you can enhance your vision and further protect your eyes with a pair of motorcycle glasses or goggles.

Here's information you can use to you select eyewear that performs great and suits your riding style…

First, I bet I'm not telling you anything you don't already know when I stress that…

Motorcycle riders need first-line, primary eye protection to shield your eyes from…

  • Small projectiles like sand, gnats and similar airborne particles that constantly threaten your eyes and your comfort when your ride…
  • Big stuff like gravel, bees, beetles, rain, hail and junk thrown from cars that can knock your eye out and send you out of control.

Here's your reliable source for motorcycle riding...

*   Eyewear/Sunglasses

and

*   Goggles


If your bike doesn't have an eye-high windshield or your helmet lacks a faceshield…

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  • These same glasses or goggles should cover the sides of your eyes to keep wind and debris from swirling sideways into your eyes or hitting your eyes straight-on when you turn your head.

If you wear a full coverage helmet or your helmet has a faceshield, you're going to need secondary eyewear such as sunglasses with tinted lenses…

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…or eyewear equipped with yellow lenses for riding in the rain or in dreary, overcast weather.

Yellow lenses brighten your view and sharpen the color contrast between objects you're viewing. They give depth and definition to everything you see.

My motorcycle has a tall windshield and I always wear a full coverage helmet. So my eyes are well protected against direst hits. I only need secondary eyewear -- such as sunglasses or yellow-lens glasses -- to enhance my vision.


Here's your reliable source for motorcycle riding...

*   Eyewear/Sunglasses

and

*   Goggles


What's a good price for high-quality eyewear?

You know the sky's the limit when it comes to the price of eyewear -- especially designer eyewear.

I want high quality eyewear for when I ride, but I don't want to pay high prices. That's because my motorcycle riding glasses seem to have a way of getting lost or broken.

It's bad enough to loose your riding glasses, but it's a real stinker if you paid hundreds of dollars for them.

Ouch…

Actually, you have many choices when it comes to high quality motorcycle riding eyewear at a reasonable price.

Consider these features when selecting motorcycle riding glasses or goggles to meet your performance demands and your style…

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  • Lightweight nylon frame…
  • Durable hinges on the frame…
  • Shatter/impact resistant polycarbonate lenses…
  • Polarized, optically correct lenses on your sunglasses…
  • 100 percent UV protection from your sunglasses…
  • Photochromic lenses that darken under UV rays -- nice but not vital…
  • Interchangeable clear, tinted and yellow lenses add versatility…
  • Fog-free design for goggles…
  • Generous warrantee…
  • Fair return policy…

Before you buy a specific pair of motorcycle glasses or goggles, it's a good idea to make sure they fit right and feel comfortable when you use them with your helmet.

Also make sure your eyewear works well when you're on your motorcycle.

I once bought a pair of glasses that were satisfactory in all respects. However, when I put them on when riding, the frame partially blocked my view of the motorcycle's speedometer.

Lowering my head whenever I wanted to check my speed became a nuisance, so I exchanged those glasses for a pair with a different-sized frame.

Your motorcycle eyewear is such a basic but vital element of your personal riding gear. The right eyewear can add greatly to your safety and comfort.

So do your best to choose wisely. You'll be glad you did...

I'm always aiming to give you the best information and resources I can find...

With that thought in mind, I want to let you know about a wonderful resource where you can find high quality motorcycle riding glasses, goggles and eyewear...


Here's your reliable source for riding...

*   Sunglasses/Eyewear

or

*   Goggles


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