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  1. POWERSPORTSiD
    The Fly Racing company was established in Boise, Idaho in 1998 with one goal in mind – to create safe, reliable, and affordable gear for street and off-road riding. The brand has quickly gained popularity due to the quality of its products. Fly Racing helmets, protection, apparel, accessories...
  2. General ATV / UTV Discussion
    Hi I was hoping everyone could give me some feedback. I have a small company in VT where I am making a new alternative to goggles. They are called Zowa Visor Goggles and are designed to be worn with a dirt, mountain bike or 3/4 helmet. Zowa visors seal under your eyes like goggles, but seat on...
  3. Site News
    Protect your eyes when you're out on the trail Nothing can ruin an awesome trail ride faster than getting something in your eye. Dust, dirt, mud, bugs and tree branches all seem to have a natural attraction to your eyes, especially if you’re not wearing goggles. Granted, you should always wear...
  4. Consumer Product Reviews
    For the riders that wear glasses, it can be hard to find goggles that fit, and work without fogging your glasses under the goggles. Ive been looking for a solution (other then contacts\eye surgery\crossover full face helm). I came across these goggles from a friend that recommended me them, his...
  5. FAQ's / How To's
    <body>   <div align="justify"><strong>Choosing Gloves, Goggles and Riding Boots </strong><br /> <br /> <strong><em>Goggles</em></strong><br /> The basic design of most off-road goggles is pretty much the same—flexible plastic frames with a foam perimeter that works as an air filter to...
  6. General ATV / UTV Discussion
    The folks at QUAD Magazine claim that if you apply a light coat of Armor All all to the outside of your goggle lens then buff it off with a soft cloth you will be able to wipe it off easier when your goggles get dusty. They claim the Armor All keeps the dust from smearing leaving you with a...
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