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

CRUISER II

BCA2031AC

color: 3 sets - Anti-fog Smoked, Amber and Clear

MSRP:  $31.98 


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CRUISER II INTERCHANGEABLE GOGGLES, BLACK FRAME, 3 LENSES

Cruise with pride with this interchangeable goggle that features three easy to change polycarbonate lenses for continued use throughout the day and into the night. Sweat-absorbing open cell foam lines the frame, creating a cushioned fit while keeping out wind. Ventilation slits on each side of the frame prevent the lenses from fogging for essential style and performance in any environment. Prescription ready motorcycle goggles!


Product Rating: (4.00)   # of Ratings: 16   

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1.   02/04/14

I ride motorcycles. I have been using the Cruiser II goggles for many years and use them only when wearing a half helmet. The strap is thin enough to fit between my head and the inner helmet liner which I like. The only issue I have with these goggles is the foam lining that fits against the face around the eyes. This foam is very fragile and will eventually tear away from the goggle frames. I wish Bobster would make the Cruiser II goggles with the closed cell foam which is just about as comfortable as the open cell foam. This foam is much more durable and wouldn't be as likely to tear away from the frames.
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2.   08/05/13

I wear the cruiser goggles when cycling - my eyes dry out even with cycling sunglasses. Just bought a second pair but the first is still usable after two years.
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3.   04/05/13

I've had these Cruiser II Bobster interchangeables. Yes the do fog up on cold days, but I wear them under my helmet with a hoodie. I just crack the visor and wala the fog goes away. The foam does come off and I've had to contact customer service to have the frame replaced. Customer Service was great and they sent me a new frame with no problems, even asked me if any of my lens needed to be replaced. I will definetly buy these again.
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4.   02/13/13

I love these because I can wear them over my glasses,only issue is that the foam comes unglued,but usually get atleast a year out of each pair.
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5.   10/25/11

These goggles are extremely comfortable and very clear. I have been very happy with them and would recommend them to anyone riding a motorcycle.
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6.   07/21/11

I like these very much. My eyes water a lot with regular sungalsses and with these, they don't water at all. They can fog up some on me but as soon as I start rolling its all gone. Its easy to change the lens. The lens are easy to scratch,but they are just as easy on my Wiley X ones too. I wear these every single time I ride and have no complaints. But, if I had the money, I would like to buy a pair of quality polorized lens goggles.
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7.   06/24/11

These goggles are the best on the market! I ride 20,000 miles a year and sometimes at speeds up to 150 mph. They perform flawlessly.
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8.   05/21/11

Despite attempting various modifications including using a dremel tool to create extra air vents and removing some of the foam from around the goggle lenses these fog traps continued to mist up. Took great satisfaction in cutting them to pieces with a pair of scissors in the end - awful goggles unless you enjoy riding blind-folded.
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9.   05/21/11

Impossible to ride in these in cold, wet weather due to the crazy amount of fog covering both lenses. So bad I removed them for fear of crashing, then decided the rain in the eyes was even worse. Luckily it was only a 10 minute ride from work trying to ride with my head turned to entrain some air into the vents (to no avail) - really disappointed after all the hype about venting etc.
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10.   08/15/10

I love how these goggles look, but they dig into my face on the right side of my nose. Very uncomfortable, and no matter how I adjust them they still do it. Going to order some bugeyes today, as my fiance wears those and I tried them out. The bugeyes, while not as aesthetically pleasing, are much better fitting.
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