|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||7.3 x 4.4 x 2.3 inches|
|Item model number||26-MX|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||26MX|
|Vehicle Service Type||all-terrain-vehicles; utility-vehicles; off-road-motorcycles; street-sport-motorcycles; street-cruiser-motorcycles; street-touring-motorcycles; street-motor-scooters; snowmobiles; marine-personal-craft|
Raider MX Goggle (Black, Size Adult)
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Raider MX Goggles are designed to protect eyes and face while giving you a stylish look. They are fabricated from a high quality material that features impact resistant lens and high density face foam. These goggles facilitate an anti slip strap that prevents them from slipping off the helmet.
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1. The strap is too short to go over the helmet. The strap is held to the goggle with pins that break easily. After replacing the broken pins with cut nails, the strap is still too tight and puts too much pressure on my face.
2. That leads to the sizing. This may be adult size somewhere but not around here. It can be stretched and forced to fit over glasses but will pull your glasses off when you remove it. I wear fairly small form factor glasses for riding. If you wear aviators, wayfarers, or any of the larger frame styles, I can't see this goggle working for you.
3. Venting. There are 4 small shrouded vents. If you ride in a humid environment or work up a sweat on aggressive technical rides, I'd bet the lens will fog up fast. I'm guessing this goggle would however do great in a dry and dusty environment.
4. The smell. Mine came with that rancid broken down oil smell we often associate with many plastic products... In other words, the "Made in China" smell. After a good cleaning and a few hours, the odor subsides a bit and will likely go away altogether at some point.
To be fair, these are OK for cheap goggles. There is no single issue that makes them real bad but the several issues combined makes it hard for me to give a decent rating. The only real failure was the pins. It was an easy fix but it was a fix nonetheless. I'm never really thrilled with having to fix something new out of the box no matter how cheap. Since they're no more expensive than cheap safety goggles, I'll use them in my little woodshop.
The eyepiece itself is adequate; I had no issues with its construction. I can't complain too much, since the price was right. These make a great inexpensive spare pair of goggles. But if you're looking for a primary pair, spend a little extra and buy something that can take a bit of a beating.