When you glance at the current goggle market in the world of dirt, you'll notice a couple of trends. Namely, injection molded lenses that boast better vision than before, and outrigged straps to accommodate all sorts of helmet options. Leatt's Velocity 6. 5 Goggle is no different on paper, it ticks both of those boxes, but we think it goes well beyond when it comes to packing in protection that we're pretty impressed with. You may have already heard, but Leatt put some serious tech into the lens construction with the Velocity 6. 5, ramping up protection to achieve a seriously impressive bulletproof rating from the Military Ballistic Impact Standard, while also packing in CE EN, and ANSI certification, while keeping permanent anti-fog coverage, too. What this translates to is a pair of goggles that offer a serious shield to your eyes for big downhill days that can result in a OTB bail into a rock garden. The frames are built with a dual-density compound that improves fit, seal, and comfort, while triple-layer dual-density foam underneath, and an anti-sweat fleece backing. The goggles come tear-off and roll-off ready for those muddy days, and come equipped with a pack of tear-offs, so you're equipped from day 1.
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