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Bobster Aerodynamic Piston Goggles with Prescriptional RX Lens, BPIS01RX
$89.95
Code: BB-RX-BPIS01RX
MPN: BPIS01RX

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Bobster Aerodynamic Piston Goggles with Prescriptional RX Lens, BPIS01RX Product Info

Following Modifications of Bobster Invader Photochromic Sunglasses are available:

Bobster Piston Aerodynamic RX Goggles are new RX goggles from Bobster. Ultimate accuracy is provided with this aerodynamic Bobster Goggles that provides comfort and flair while functioning flawlessly. Frame ventilation of goggle by Bobster prevents lens fogging while the shatter- resistant, polycarbonate lenses ensure impact protection. The adjustable strap and flexible frame material create a versatile fit while open cell foam cushions the face.

Specifications for Bobster RX Piston Aerodynamic Goggles:

Frame Color: Black
Frame Convertible: No
Frame Finish: Matte
Frame Foam Type: Open Cell
Frame Material: Rubber
Frame Measurements: Width 143 mm, Height 44 mm
Frame RX Ready: Yes
Frame Temples: N/A
Lenses Interchangeable: No
Rx Limitation: +/-5 sph +/-2 cyl
Standards Met: uv400
Storage: Microfiber Carry Pouch
Warranty: Limited Lifetime against Manufacturing Defects

Package Contents:

  • Bobster Aerodynamic Piston Polycarbonate Prescriptional RX Goggle
  • Microfiber Carry Pouch
  • Doubles as cleaning cloth

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Helpful Negative Review Piston Goggles with Prescription Lens, by Legacy Reviewer, January 31, 2014
Lenses are so small that the goggle is not supported on the bone structure surrounding the eye socket. The goggle foam sits inside of the eye socket on the eye ball. Get one of the other goggles with a larger lens. Pros: prescription correct Cons: ...
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