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Motorcycle Eyewear Reviews

Your source for the latest in-depth eyewear reviews & product peeks.
Featured Motorcycle Eyewear Reviews
Revant Optics Elite HC3 Lenses Review
Friday, November 07, 2014
We replaced the standard lenses on a pair of Oakley Gascan sunglasses with a set of Revant Optics Elite HC3 Lenses to see if the polarized aftermarket offerings are as good as the originals.
Oakley Airbrake MX Goggle Review
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Oakley’s Airbrake MX Goggle is the most expensive eye protection for off-road riding. Is it worth its $160 price? Find out now in this review.
MotoOptics Blitz Goggle Review
Thursday, July 12, 2012
We put MotoOptics Blitz goggle to the test out on the track and on the trails. Check out the review to find out what we think about them.
Oakley Ducati Wind Jacket Sunglass Review
Thursday, September 22, 2011
N3L Optics, a company that specializes in sport performance sunglasses, sent us over a set of Oakley Ducati Wind Jackets to review.
Spy Optic Klutch Goggle Review
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Spy has some of the coolest looking goggles on the market. We put a pair of Klutch goggles to the test to see if they perform as well.
EKS Brand Goggle Review
Thursday, December 02, 2010
We test EKS Brand off-road and dirt bike riding goggles in this motorcycle gear review.
Review Harley-Davidson Profile Goggle
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Harley-Davidson has put valuable R&D time in developing a line of stylish, high-quality eyewear for riders, including the versatile Profile Goggle which we've put to the test.
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Whether you ride a cruiser or a street bike, the one thing we can all agree on is the euphoric rush of wind in your face. While most riders use casual sunglasses to keep the wind and sun out of their eyes (instead of a full face helmet), having proper motorcycle riding glasses is the way to go.

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