Birdz Buzzard Goggles

Polycarbonate Yellow Lens | Fit Over Prescription Glasses

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Birdz Buzzard Goggles The days are getting cold here in Michigan, so I'm thankful for my full helmet. It wasn't that long ago, however, that wearing that big chunk of plastic and padding was like having my own personal head-sized sweatbox. Venting only works if you're not stuck in commuter traffic. An open or half-helmet can put wind in your face and a bug in your eye. You can prevent the latter with goggles.

There is no shortage of goggle manufacturers. Some are designed for the abuse of trail riding, others for sunglass styling, but many of us just want something simple and inexpensive. Birdz Eyewear's Buzzard goggles are just that. The polycarbonate lenses are shatter resistant, UV400, and anti-fog coated. Those sweaty days won't fog these goggles, and the venting will keep you cool.

Buzzard goggles go for around $20 or $30, depending on where you buy them. The lenses are interchangeable, and you can buy extra sets of clear, smoked, or yellow. If you wear glasses, these goggles will fit over them without pressing the lenses against your eyeballs. Don't force on goggles that aren't meant to go with glasses, should you be a glasses wearer. I did that once. They pushed my glasses so close to my face that I blinked, and my left eyelid got wedged against the lens. Needless to say, I had to pull over.

Another benefit to the Buzzard is the flexible frame. If they happen to get packed at the bottom of a saddlebag, they aren't going to just crack in half. These also come with a protective microfiber pouch so your lenses won't get destroyed.

These MX anti-fog goggles also have interchangeable lenses and sport a retro-stylin' round frame.

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