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Product: 2019 Scott Enduro Goggles

2 months ago

For 2019, both Scott Prospect Enduro and Hustle X Enduro goggles have been paired with Scott’s patented dual lens system. Now, you might be thinking, ‘what’s a dual lens we’ve been referring to?’ It’s genius technology, and by rights should be on a lot more trailriders’ radar – especially those who ride in wet and/or colder conditions. Put simply, it’s an interchangeable two-layered lens (see image above as an example). The double-lens arrangement creates a thermal barrier that reduces fogging significantly when you’re riding. Sounds good, right? Well, it is! Think of all the times you have ripped off your fogged-up goggles and slung them onto your bars, only to then been worried about copping a tree branch to the eye. All that could have been prevented by running a dual lens.
Here’s the official information from Scott on their new Prospect Enduro and Hustle X Enduro goggles…

The Scott Prospect Enduro possesses the same great features than the Prospect goggle. It comes with a double lens and gives the enduro rider a maximum field of vision due to the extra height of the lens. In addition, it features an innovative Scott lens lock system that makes the lens stay in the frame no matter what impact is coming from outside. To avoid slipping off the goggle, it is equipped with an extra wide, no-slip silicone strap. This strap together with articulated outriggers, highly contribute to the improvement of the helmet integration.

Features:

FRAME TECHNOLOGIES

  • Lens Lock System
  • Articulated outriggers
  • Three-layer molded face foam
  • Extra wide no-slip silicone strap

LENS TECHNOLOGIES

  • Scott ‘Truview’ double lens
  • ACS Air Control System
  • NoFog Anti-Fog lens treatment

For the Scott Hustle X MX Enduro Goggle the top of the line Scott Hustle goggle is paired with a ventilated double ACS (Air Control System) lens in order to ensure high performance. This goggle is best suited for extreme riding conditions where temperatures range from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows.

Features:

FRAME TECHNOLOGIES

  • 2-layer face foam
  • No-slip silicone strap

LENS TECHNOLOGIES

  • Scott Truview double lens
  • ACS Air Control System
  • NoFog™ Anti-Fog lens treatment

PRICE & AVAILABILITY

You can pick up a set of Scott Prospect Enduro Goggles for an RRP of $129.95 and the Hustle X Enduro for an RRP of $49.95. Head over to Ficeda.com for more information on these goggles and to find your nearest Scott Sports dealership.


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