Pacific Coast 9311 Airfoil Fitover Goggle Day2Nite Sunglasses

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Rating 3.94 of 5 (7 Reviews)

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Pacific Coast 9311 Airfoil Fitover Goggle Day2Nite Sunglasses
  • Ride with confidence into the noght with our Day2Nite Photochromatic lenses
  • On a bright sunny day, the lenses are smoke to afford protection from the sun
  • On cloudy days, nighttime and early morning the lenses are clear to allow maximum visibility while still offering protection from the wind, bugs, and debris
  • All sunglasses and goggles meet or exceed the UVA/UVB and impact resistance ANSI Safety Standards

Features:

  • Grey photochromatic/black frame
  • These lenses are dark outdoors in the daylight and lighten automatically to almost clear when worn indoors or at night
  • 100% UV protection
  • 100% shatterproof polycarbonate lens
  • These goggles can be worn over most prescription glasses
  • Case and cleaning cloth also included

Note: All photochromatic lenses will not darken behind a faceshield or windshield and will lighten in very warm weather conditions

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Overall Rating: 3.94 of 5

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Not much there for the price

I bought the clears because I needed something for riding at night that would go over my prescription glasses. They DO meet that need, but they are cheaply made for the price. They are not awful, but they have one major flaw. The foam around the edges is just that, foam. It is not vinyl coated or anything. It is rough and soaks up sweat and rain like a sponge. After only a month, it is already getting kinda grungy. I'm pretty sure the foam is not going to last long. Probably good for one full riding season before it begins to come apart, and when that happens the goggles will be pretty much worthless.

Lynn M - September 30, 2015

(Wentzville, MO, MO)

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9311 Airfoil Fitover Goggle Day2Nite

These goggles can be worn all day and into the night without having to carry additional clear goggles. They are just like transitions glasses in that they change darker in the UV/sunlight, and very quickly reduce darkness when it is cloudy or at night. I did not have to take them off on a bright day just before entering the Mobile Tunnel, on I-4 (AL). They automatically adjusted much quicker than regular transitions glasses! They are the most comfortable to wear over your prescription glasses.

Mary - September 30, 2014

(Unionville, TN)

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Aorfoil Day2Nite Goggles

Goggles are a little large for me and causes some airflow to go through. Other than that, they are fine.

Bonnie - July 21, 2014

(Murrieta, CA)

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Way Over-Priced

For the cost of these goggles there should be much more involved. The finish is just plastic, nuthin' fancy. I went middle of the road with fit and durability because they do fit over my glasses and I haven't had them long enough to see if something is going to break. Features are non-existent for something that costs nearly a c-note. Hence the crap rating for cost benefit. Why didn't I return them? I'll be damned if I know other than the hassle.

Morgan - November 22, 2013

(Edon, OH)

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Nice goggles

Note that I rated "durability" as a 3 since I haven't owned these goggles long enough. The fit is perfect. Even though my oval shaped glasses are small the frame is somewhat wide. Fits perfect with no mods required in these goggles. They dont even with wind pressure. The cost benefit is obvious since my glasses are $350.00

Steve - July 23, 2013

(Ottawa, ON)

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great looking

Expensive but highly comfortable

Stan - June 28, 2012

(Downers Grove, IL)

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Cool Concept

These goggles are really good. The only issue is that in bright sunlight the darkness of the lense is inadequate. I use them with prescription sunglasses to overcome that issue.

Doug - May 11, 2012

(Aurora, CO)