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 Post subject: 100% goggles?
PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2016 5:24 pm 
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Looking for a pair of goggles that doesn't cut of My nasal passages. I have heard that these are really good about letting you breathe through your nose just wondered if anyone had any could give me their viewpoint thanks

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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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I only tried them on in the store, so that into consideration. They looked well made and fit my face well. However the bottom of the goggle reflected onto the lens. I've never noticed a reflection before with my other goggles. I tried on several different brands at the same time and reflections weren't an issue. Maybe it's just the way the 100% goggles fit on my face. Not sure if the reflection would be noticeable when riding, but it sure was distracting when I tried them on in the store.

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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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I gotta big snuffy (doesn't help that it's been broken 3x) and the Scott goggles Hustle and Tyrant goggle lines have been great for allowing me to breath. ::up::

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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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I have a set of the 100% enduro googles. Very comfortable, and seem very well made. Very pleased with them. Cheap also! ::cheers::

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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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I have a pair of Accuri with mirror orange lens. I love them. I have never paid attention to how they allow me the breathe, so I guess that means I can breathe just fine.


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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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My son has 100% does not like pinches his nose! X brand is the best for me!


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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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I've been riding for over 40 years and I've always had a problem finding goggles that didn't pinch down on my nose and cut off the air flow. The old Oakley O-frames used to be okay, but still pinched a bit. My son started wearing 100% a few yeas ago, and I got a hand-me-down pair from him. Best fitting goggles I've ever worn. We both wear the Racecrafts. While the lens quality might not be on par with some of the more "premium" goggles, the fit and comfort is top-notch.

Granted, this is VERY subjective as everyone's facial "dimensions" vary. Helmets can have a huge effect on goggle fit as well, so take all of this for what it's worth.


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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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best way is to try some on with the helmet that you wear (also it makes sure that they fit into the eye port of your lid). several goggle brands pinch my nose. I have had great success with Dragon goggles.

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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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100% is my new favorite in my price range. For a long time only Scott goggle fit and felt right, now they itch my nose. I decided to try 100% and I'm really like them. I don't really think about that I'm wearing them, because I don't notice them. If that makes sense.


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I have the same problem and after trying almost every goggle, scott hustle is the one that allows me to breath the best. I think they have a shorter frame, top to bottom, so the top of your helmet doesn't push them down to your nose as far.


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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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Hard to beat good ole Scott goggles ::up::
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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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dennisyz450 wrote:
Hard to beat good ole Scott goggles ::up::
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Interesting. I've been a Scott's user for decades but have given up on them. The foam on the last couple of pair (I use OTG) gave up the ghost way too fast.

I switched to 100% due to being in a rush to find something to fit over my glasses, and they were on sale. They have turned out to be awesome. The foam on current pair is still in fine shape with probably twice the hours I got out of my last pair of Scotts. The lens also seems very scratch resistant. My only complaint is that it is way to easy to lose the tear off pin that attaches to the strap.


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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
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brant sand wrote:
I only tried them on in the store, so that into consideration. They looked well made and fit my face well. However the bottom of the goggle reflected onto the lens. I've never noticed a reflection before with my other goggles. I tried on several different brands at the same time and reflections weren't an issue. Maybe it's just the way the 100% goggles fit on my face. Not sure if the reflection would be noticeable when riding, but it sure was distracting when I tried them on in the store.


I have the same exact experience Brant. Fits well but that glare at the end of the day or in the morning is downright dangerous in my opinion. I am looking for something else now.

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 Post subject: Re: 100% goggles?
PostPosted: Fri Mar 31, 2017 11:53 am 
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I've owned Scott, Oakley and 100%. I liked the Oakley's the best. Seemed to fit better and the lenses lasted the longest. Looking at getting the Oakley MX next time.

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