Bobster Spektrax Convertible Goggle/Sunglasses

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Bobster Spektrax Convertible Goggle/Sunglasses

The Spectrax is ideal for riders requiring prescription lenses, this eyewear converts smoothly from sunglass to goggle with the included detachable strap. The removable RX insert fits securely between the shatter-resistant polycarbonate lens and the anti-impact frame which is lined with open cell foam. Excellent peripheral vision is produced from the curved, single-lens geometry. For continued activity through the day and night, the three lens options of anti-fog smoked, amber and clear are included.

Features:
  • Other Included Accessories: Carry Case, Removable Goggle strap, 3 sets of lenses, Extra Nose Piece, Microfiber cleaning cloth & Prescription ready insert
  • Rx Limitation: +/-7 sph +/-2 cyl
  • Special Features: Includes RX insert, Soft open cell foam
  • Standards Met: CE EN-1836:2005, EN 166 high speed impact at 70m/s in extreme temperatures
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime against Manufacturing Defects
  • Frame Color: Black
  • Frame Convertible: Yes
  • Frame Foam Type: Open Cell
  • Frame Material: Polycarbonate, Anti-Impact
  • Frame Measurements: Temple to Temple 147 mm, Height 49 mm
  • Frame RX Ready: Yes
  • Frame Temples: Bayonet
  • Lens Coatings: 100% UVA and UVB protection, Anti-Fog
  • Lens Color: 3 sets - Anti-fog Smoked, Amber and Clear
  • Lens Material: Polycarbonate
  • Lenses Interchangeable: Yes
  • Item # 8570
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Good value for money

These are good for all riding needs; 3 lenses. Strap or hand, but sometimes the hands put pressure over the ears, especially after a few hours of riding. The lenses are not very durable I change mine every few months, but the good news that the lenses are cheap.

Mazhar - October 1, 2012

(NY, NY)

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Not for small faces

I have a thin face and had to return these. They were too big and did not hug my face. Seemed like a great solution if you wear glasses and have a round or larger face.

Dave - April 10, 2012

(Brea, CA)

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Excellent Biker goggles

I have a large head and these fit very well. Good to well over 80 MPH. Has both closed cell foam and open cell foam as seal. Not the most durable foam but for the price what the hell. Only average in the rain. Might be better off with individual lenses but I prefer the single.

Big Jon - July 14, 2011

(New Port Richey, FL)

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Good Glasses

Good glasses lets in just the right amount of wind so they don't fog up.

Malcolm - May 6, 2011

(Fort Mcmurray, AB)

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great glasses

Needed something for a guy with glasses .. These worked out great ... love em

Raymond - September 22, 2010

(North Providence, RI)

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Bobster Spektrax Convertable Goggle/Sunglasses

I originally bought these because of the insert included that can be used for prescription lens. Also, I liked the fact of being able to change between goggles and sunglasses, quick and easy. Overall I like this product. Fit is good, the foam around lenses is soft and comfortable. Also keeps wind out. The only drawback I found, I don't know where to go to get the lenses for the insert. Insert is curved, where as places like Lenscrafters, can't trace the included insert because it’s not flat enough. If I had contacts at this time, there would not be a problem. Though I have worn them over my prescription glasses once, they will fit if lenses are smaller, though I did this with the goggle strap attached.

william - July 27, 2010

(toledo, OH)

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Bobster-Spektrax Convertable

the glasses were junk; the ear pieces fell off, I was very disappointed.

Ronald D - June 28, 2010

(Morristown, IN)

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O.K.

They are a little big, but they need to be to fit lenses inside of them. I don't have any lenses that fit in the frame, however due to their size they fit right over my glasses. So all in all they do serve the purpose.

Steve Cacciapouti - June 8, 2010

(Webster, MA)

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Bobster Spektrax

I recently purchased these because I have reached the dreaded age where I am going to have to start wearing Rx glasses on a daily basis. I ride in a variety of conditions and liked the idea of the Rx inserts and different lenses. It is like having three sets of glasses. I have not yet gotten the Rx insert but I have used the glasses. The frame is a little large but provides complete coverage of the eyes. The only problem I have had is that because the frame is so wide, when I tried to wear them sunglasses under my helmet, the temples were creating a pressure point behind me ear after about 45 minutes. Because I wear an open face helmet, I was able to wear them as goggles and have had no problem. Great value for the money.

Steve Smith - February 26, 2009

(Crestview, FL)

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Bobster - Spektrax

Had these glasses a couple of months and so far I am very satisfied with them. I really like the interchangeable lens and the way they seal air out around the eyes. I bought a full face helmet a couple weeks ago and the glasses are hard to fit inside of it. On a half helmet they work fine. I would strongly recommend this pair of glasses to anyone; they are a good value for the money.

Larry P - October 13, 2008

(Danville, VA)

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Bobster

I wish i could get my money back, worst set of goggles ever. You will wast your money on this with out a doubt.

Danny Adams - August 4, 2008

(Palmdale, CA)

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They are Awesome

If you wear glasses these goggles/sunglasses are must haves. In addition to the clear, amber, and smoke changeable lenses you get a metal wire frame that allows you to use your prescription. For $45 you can't beat these goggles.

Charlie Mo - August 9, 2007

(Fort Worth, CA)