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    Airfoil Day2Nite 9311 - Grey Photochromatic/Black Frame

    - These lenses are dark outdoors in the daylight and lighten automatically to almost clear when worn indoors or at night

    The Airfoil 9300 series is a tour de force in wear-over motorcycle goggles, designed with form, function and fashion in mind. This market-dominating style comfortably accommodates most eyeglasses without pressure or pinching and without the unfortunate "bug-eyed" look and feel of larger accommodating options. Wide-paneled one piece lens provides a greater field of vision, and substantial ventilation hits back against irritating fog for optimum clarity. The bottom line: if you're looking for bulky, frustrating wear-over eyewear - look elsewhere!

    - 100% UV protection
    - 100% Shatterproof polycarbonate lens
    - These goggles can be worn over most prescription glasses
    - Case and cleaning cloth also included

    - Note: All photochromic lenses will not darken behind a faceshield or windshield and will not fully darken in very warm weather conditions.

    Overall Customer Rating of 7 Reviews:
    Houston, TX

    Day2Night Goggles from Pacific Coast

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    I am on my 4th or 5th pair, I use them all them time with my Bell Pit Boss Half helmet when I am not wearing my Bell full face helmet.



    The PCS are top notch goggles, but with all things, road grit, debris, and usage will take its' toll after a time. This pair of the Day2Night goggles I just recently purchased, replaced my last pair that had gone for a year and 1/2. Depending on the wear and tear, (I'm a constant rider), the lenses will either get scratched, or the foam will detach from the goggle frame, the latter can be fixed with a quick dab of super glue. Are the goggles unusable after scratches and bug and road grit after a year, No, but I generally hand them off to one of my other biker friends for their half helmets, and they use them when they want to; they are more tolerant of a few scratches than I am I guess... That's about it, are the D2N goggles a bit pricey? Yes, you CAN get them cheaper on Amazon, why, I don't know, I AM an Amazon user, but in this instance I'd rather pay the extra bucks and get them from the manufacturer; who knows the other's may be knockoffs posing as PCS goggles, I don't know. In some instances, for motorcycle parts and accessories, I readily purchase from Amazon sellers. When it comes to these goggles, I'd rather buy them from the original equipment manufacturer.

    Day2Nite

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    Unfortunately, I've been blessed with less than perfect eyesight, which affords me the luxury of wearing glasses all the time. It's a nuisance with regards to riding a motorcycle, bicycle, or any open air vehicle exposed to the elements and everything else that may fly into my mouth and eyes. I've searched, bought, tried, and hated so many goggle style eye protections in the past and had yet to find something that works for me. That is until recently. I came across a retailer who had me try the Airfoil Over Glasses goggles. Comfort and design are just two issues to praise about them. Others are style, quality, fog resistance, adjustable band long enough to fit over my helmet and adjust down enough to fit over just my head without slop of the strap to slap me in the face. I purchased the ones with the Day/Nite lenses so I didn't need to fuss with sunglasses. Those lenses work better than any Transition type eyeglasses on the market. Very reasonably priced too for a quality goggles with all the features I just mentioned. Get a pair, you'll wonder how you didn't come across these before.

    TX

    Just the Coolest

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    Originally I had a pair of the PCS UV over the glasses goggles, then sprung for the extra bucks and got the Day2Nite PCS Goggles. Now I am on my second pair... Not because Ive worn the other ones out, they are in my backup rollup bag in their carrying pouch. I use the Googles in conjunction with Bells Pit Boss half helmet. Although the Pit Boss has a retractable visor, Ive removed and use the PCS D2N goggles instead. On my old Bell Drifter half helmet there was a catch snap on the back of the helmet for the back strap of the goggles. Now, on the Pit Boss, I put a small piece of the furry Velcro on the back buckle of the goggle strap, and a sticky hookup Velcro side on the back of the helmet. The D2N Goggles, matched with the flat black Pit Boss helmet really pulls out the Old School style on my 2012 Victory HighBall Bobber. Thanks PCS for some great goggles!

    Great Googles!

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    these goggles fit comfortably over my specs and with neoprene face mask is very comfortable at high speed. photo-cromatic lenses work but would have liked them darker.

    Thunderbird Storm I love it.

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    These are my 2nd pair of Google . 1 for me one for my parter. My glasses fit under no problem. Photochromatic works well. No eye watering with these beauties on. With my Matt 1/2 face helmet these goggles and face mask in I look like the meanest mother on the road. P S Im 52 balding and fat so does my ego proud : Buy them there cool and functional!