May 22, 2013(Creedmoor, NC)
I bought these to go over my eye glasses as well as my prescription sun glasses and they fit perfectly! They are very comfortable and have adequate ventilation. Would highly recommend them to riders who wear glasses. Good price as well.
my new item
June 26, 2012(new york, NY)
i like the goggles
Scott - Voltage OTG Goggles
April 04, 2012(Felton, CA)
I bought a second pair because my first pair had damage from a long life, the foam came loose. I still had a ton of tear offs for them so I bought these and after one ride I have to say that the new foam feels like an improvement. The only problem was with the nose guard, it doesn't work with my V3 helmet. It touches so I removed it.
OTG best value and product
March 30, 2012(Seattle, WA)
Reviews are correct, the peripheral vision is reduced. However, these are OTG goggles. Hello, since when did you look out the side of your prescription glasses. We are all trained to turn our head to see something from the side. Hence, we were born to function without perfect vision. I keep two pairs, one for wet and cold conditions. I pull the vent foam out of those to reduce fogging. Dry and dusty, leave the foam in.
Scott Voltage X OTG Goggles
January 19, 2012(Barryton, MI)
Have been using these for several years, never have found anything better for my use.
Not over the glasses
October 20, 2011(Boulder, CO)
These may fit over your contacts, but they will not fit over any glasses.
Scott OTG Goggles
Frank L. -
May 04, 2011(Atoka, OK)
They were a perfect fit, my son loves them... worth every penny especially since they were on sale and matched his outfit perfectly. They made me the "Best Dad" for a while...lol.
June 14, 2010(Omaha, NE)
good mid range goggles with tear off posts
Scott - Voltage X OTG Goggles
June 07, 2010(Thousand Oaks, CA)
Perhaps I should have trusted the other reviewer who said that the peripheral vision sucked, but I just had to learn for myself. He was right on. Nice otherwise, but when compared side by side with Smith's Option OTG for example, I found there to be a loss of maybe 20 degrees on either side with the Scotts. To emphasize what I'm saying, I stood about twenty feet in front of my car with the front end of it aimed at my right shoulder and, keeping my head forward and only turning my eyes to the right, with the Scotts I couldn't see my car at all, and with the Smiths I could see the entire front end! A significant difference. Anyway, I have a different problem with the Smiths in that they are taller and therefore the bottom rides lower on my face, pinching my nose and making it difficult to breath. Wearing prescription lenses is a pain in the butt with sports, however I still prefer glasses to the alternatives, so I have learned to deal with it. But after experiencing the lack of peripheral vision with the Scotts, i just couldn't imagine accepting that potentially dangerous handicap.
May 06, 2010(pinetop, AZ)
Really good fit and look. Still have problem with a little fogging of my glasses underneath. Not sure there is an ultimate solution to this age old problem. I would buy another pair.