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100% Racecraft Goggle - Cubica
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Rating: Featured Member Review
The Good:

Comfort, field of view, durability, and less fogging which equals more fun.

The Bad:

Price, maybe.

Overall Review:


I switched to these goggles last season and have had a great experience. The field of view is open which was a nice change from some smaller Oakleys I had been using. They fog much less than my Smith goggles I have had in the past as well.  The comfort is right on par with other goggles.  The main thing I love about them is how well they fit in full face helmets.  Many other goggles leave a little gap or some wiggle room.  These have a solid fit that take up the whole space without being too crowded.  The removable nose guard looks cool, but I couldn't take myself seriously with it on.


The elastic has stayed strong which is nice.  Some other goggles I owned would get saggy after riding in wet conditions.  The lenses have done well.  I have hit a few branches while riding and there are no visible scratches.  100% has done a great job with these.

Value up the wazoo

The Good:

I've been using racecraft google with a D3 for years now. They're an awesome price, well constructed and look great to boot. The brilliance comes from the standard lens between models. This keeps availability and price in check. I mainly use the clear lens because it works awesome in nearly all conditions but recently I've been using the yellow mirrored lens which goes a stellar job of keeping the sun at bay while keeping visibility in high contrast and low light areas consistent. I've used the blue mirror lens as well. This one looked stellar but wasn't the best at low light, it did work really well in flat light. The bars on the end of the goggles fit a D3 incredibly well so they don't move around on your. The nose guard is also super 70's moto. A nice touch.

The Bad:

Everyone stops you while riding to ask why your goggles are so dope.

Overall Review:

A must buy for full face lids.

Amazing goggles for the price

The Good:

Great FOV
Spare lense is a bonus
Tear offs and goggle bag were a great surprise
rarely fog up

The Bad:

The adjustment on the strap tends to work its way loose over time. i hardly noticed this out on the trail though.

Overall Review:

I have used a fair few goggles since i started riding yet these stood out the most for me for the following reasons.

- they work well with both full and half face helmets

- well ventilated and nice and comfy

- rarely fog

- great range of colours

- awesome price


Product 100% Racecraft Goggles
Features Outriggers: Helping to achieve perfect fit and balance

Removable Nose Guard: The attachment of the nose guard ensures stability and protection in the most testing conditions

Foam: Thirsty triple layer moisture managing foam

Lens: Anti-fog coated Lexan lens for flawless vision

Shares the same lens shape across the product line

Strap: 45mm wide, Silicone coated strap eliminates slippage

Lens Attachment: 9 pin lens retention system, the highest number of retention points in the industry ensures a secure fit

Air Intakes: Patent pending technology channels air into the foam, aiding in moisture management.
Colors Cubica, Bilal, Calculus Navy, Eclipse, Fortis, Fourth, Roxburry, Starlight
Miscellaneous Mirrored Lens Models Include: Stack of Tear-Offs, An Extra Clear Lens, and a Sublimated Microfiber Bag.

Clear Lens Models Include: Stack of Tear-Offs, and a Sublimated Microfiber Bag.
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