|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 3.2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||G-FLY-A1101|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||ARCONE warrants all auto-darkening filters for two (2) years from the date of purchase against manufacturing defects resulting from materials or workmanship.|
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Silver finish, clear lens, flat black frame Lightweight and stylish with flexible lens Side vents for a fog free lens Offers splash and impact protection Soft foam lining for snug, comfortable fit
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ArcOne G-FLY-A1101 The Fly Safety Goggles offer the splash and impact protection you need with a sporty new look. The lightweight and stylish glasses come with flexible lens, and side vents to keep the lens from fogging up. The Fly features a silver finish with clear lens and a flat black frame. The soft foam lining provides a snug, yet comfortable fit to help keep dust and particles out. Comes with a stylish carrying pouch.
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They cover all around your eyes so good protection, and they're slightly tinted so kind of like sunglasses. When I have on ear muffs and my dust mask I look a bit like a steampunk WWI trench fighter. Dope.
If you situate them right, they're plenty comfortable, though the nose piece is a little uncomfortable if it's not placed exactly right.
The eye pieces are bigger than they appear in the picture. I kind of look like a fly. I don't mind it at all because it's definitely a steampunk look, which is what I wanted. But just be aware. The only downside at all to these is that the foam padding inside the eyepieces is somewhat thin. I can see it wearing out after some use. But for the price, I'll just buy another pair when that happens.
1. The padding between the goggles and your face is made of just a standard grey foam kind of like the stuffing in a mattress. Its not bad, I just think that a rubber foam would have provided a much more comfortable fit.
2. The nose piece can sometimes be a little uncomfortable. This is not noticeable for the most part, but it can sometimes feel annoying. I think this area, or even the entire frame for that matter could have been bendable and rubberized like swimming goggles and it would have been much more comfortable.
3. They fog up pretty quick if you are not on your moped or bike. I pulled over today to put some air in my tires and they started fogging up by the time I was about to leave. If you are on the road, you get good air flow in the goggles, but you better take them off when your not on your bike.
**EDIT: I've taken these with me all three years at the burn. Still in good shape... However I think since the foamy part fell off, they give me headaches. I'm sure the harsh playa environment attributes to this, but still these give me headaches. First year was fine, probably because the foam was still intact though.
I wear a half-balaclava, cycling hat and obv. a helmet. The combo with these works down to the single digits because the balaclava covers the bottom of my ears, these get the top, and they also protect a large swath of my face from the harsh wind that the balaclava would leave exposed. The vents help a lot, but at each stop light they'll fog up, esp with the balaclava. Once I'm warmed up I can usually lose that and just use these.
I don't have any other "winter" cycling eyewear that is as good - these are very low tint so they work at night too, ideal for these 5pm sunsets. A lot of other goggles restrict vision angles, which can be an issue if you're checking over your shoulder a lot, but you can't even see the frame of these things. If you're like me, you'll prefer these to getting rocks flung into your eyes. I always get compliments from the barrista's at the local coffee hole too, so that's a bonus.
They fit over medium eyeglasses without a problem. They can fog up, but with the vents they clear up really fast. they only fog when large bloom of steam get in them, or when leaving the freezer after being in there awhile. On my scooter they shield my eyes, and keep my glasses on my face. If I turn my head far enough, air will rush into the vents. Its not a problem to me, but some might find it uncomfortable while riding.
Over all, I love these things.