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Bugeye II Interchangeable Goggles, Black Frame, 3 Lenses Bugeye II Interchangeable Goggles, Black Frame, 3 Lenses Bugeye II Interchangeable Goggles, Black Frame, 3 Lenses Bugeye II Interchangeable Goggles, Black Frame, 3 Lenses

BUGEYE II

BA2C31AC

color: 3 sets - Smoked, Amber and Clear

MSRP:  $27.98 


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BUGEYE II INTERCHANGEABLE GOGGLES, BLACK FRAME, 3 LENSES

Wig Out over this interchangeable lightweight goggle with three sets of shatter-resistant polycarbonate lenses, including anti-fog smoke, amber and clear for multiple options while riding day or night. The sturdy polymer elastomer frame contains ventilation ports to prevent fogging while an adjustable strap keeps the goggles snug over the face. This is the ideal extreme sport eyewear with open cell foam around the frame for ultimate eye protection as well.


Product Rating: (3.25)   # of Ratings: 12   

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11.   02/09/08

I don't know if its just me but I had the hardest time transfering the lens from smoke to clear. In fact I broke both prongs on the smoke frame while trying to remove them. This happened minutes after I purchased the goggles. I was and am extremely disappointed at how easy the prongs on the lens broke. Is there a scince to getting the lens off?
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12.   01/03/08

Great gear, especially for the price. Took my dad (73 years old) to climb Kilimanjaro in Sept. We needed eyewear that would protect in cold, windy, dusty, and sunny conditions. And in cold, windy, dusty, and dark conditions. And perhaps snowy. I found the Bugeyes 2 and bought 2 pair. Dad had some prescription lenses ground for his. Sure enough, the afternoon we summited, it was cold, windy, overcast, with a dusting of snow. I popped in the amber lenses and was good to go. Only issue was some fogging due to the cold, but we had some anti-fog wipes and they took care of that. The goggles were lightweight, comfortable, and even looked cool in a goofy old-time-explorer kind of way!
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