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Frame Color: Black
Gender: Men's, Women's
Lens Color: Clear
Lens Material: Polycarbonate
Scratch Resistant: Yes
Sold in Units: Each
Style: Flying Tiger
Exelent goggles. No complaints.
Not really user friendly unless you wear contacts, which I don't. Uncomfortable on the bridge of the nose with my glasses on.......and stretch strap is maxed-out to fit on my new combat black helmet. Believe this strap will be stretched out in a few thousand miles.......but they LOOK really cool! Just need to figure out how to mount my machine gun on the old shovelhead!
You get what you pay for, these are basic cheap goggles.
You get what you pay for. These goggles, particularly the strap and buckle system is really cheap. No fault of J&P because they are trying to provide an affordable alternative, but I won't wear them and suggest you save your money and buy some nicer/more expensive ones from J&P.
For the money these seem to be good goggles. They're the first set I've owned. I haven't tried them in the rain, but imagine they would suffice.
The Flying Tiger goggles are a great set for those who are looking for an inexpensive but yet practical set of clear riding goggles. They fit really well. My only complaint is that the band has this leather piece that comes immediately off the goggle on each side that rubs (make that gouges) the forward edge of my ears. I had to take a knife edge and rub back and forth along the lower edge of the leather pieces to soften them up. This quick fix works and does not diminish the appearance of the leather at all, but the manufacturer should alter this design in my opinion or at least knock a couple of bucks off of the price for the annoyance. Other than that, they are a good set of goggles for riders.