Pacific Coast Sunglasses Airfoil Chrome-Frame Goggles, 8010 Series
- Product Reviews
- Catalog Pages
Pacific Coast Sunglasses Airfoil Chrome-Frame Goggles, 8010 Series• Airfoil goggles are designed to provide maximum protection against sun, wind, and glare• The goggles of choice for any extreme sports experience including skiing, skydiving and, of course, motorcycling• The polycarbonate UV 400 silver mirror lenses in these 8010 Series chrome frame goggles are super strong exceeding ANSI Z87.1 industrial standards for impact resistance• Airfoil meet and exceeds ANSI Z80.3 special purpose UV requirements• Each comes individually boxed with a nylon case and belt clip
|Gender:||Men's, Women's||Lens Material:||polycarbonate|
|Mirrored:||silver mirror lenses||Style:||Airfoil 8010 Series goggles|
samsonspride Posted :
nice pair of goggles for the price
jmacbops Posted :
Comfortable, cool looking, keeps your eyes comfortable on long rides in bright sun and dusty conditions. And the price is right - when they get scratched and wear out you won't mind.
toplea Posted :
johnny62 Posted :
This goggles look better in the catalog than they do once you hold them in your hand. They work fine except that they keep snapping apart when I am riding and I keep having to pull over to fix them. I think I finnally got them to stay together.
drksyd Posted :
Very good product restricts wind well. Fun to wear, gets a lot of looks.
redvette79 Posted :
This product would have gotten the top mark if it had interchangeable lens.
badgerindoc Posted :
Don't be fooled by the chrome appearance. It's pretty cheap looking plastic, but it does the job. I bought these for a trip out west, knowing I would be hitting some cold weather. It broke the wind and for the most part was comfortable, but the bridge (over the nose) tends to bite into the skin after being on the windy interstate for a few hours. I gave it a good rating because they did the job and for a great price.
Pacific Coast Sunglasses Airfoil Chrome-Frame Goggles, 8010 Series?
Our customer service has the answer.