The Best Anti Fog MX Enduro Goggles Reviewed in 2019 [Oakley, Scott, Fox, 100%].

best mx enduro goggles reviewed 2019

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#1 100% Accuri Enduro Goggles
#2 Fox Racing Main Enduro Goggles
#3 Scott Hustle Enduro Goggles
Custom Built MX Enduro Goggles – 
#4 Oakley Airbrake Gogggles with a Dual Vented Rose Lens 
#5 100% Armega Goggles with a Dual Vented Smoke Lens 
#6 100% Racecraft Goggles with a Dual Vented Blue Mirror Lens
#7 OTG Option – 100% OTG Accuri Goggles w Dual Vented Lens

 

 The only difference between standard motocross goggles and enduro goggles is that they have a dual lens! other than that, they are exactly the same as the standard motocross model of goggles.

There are 3 main features that mx enduro goggles should have –

A dual lens (a vented dual lens is the best) to extract the humidity away from the lens quickly to avoid fogging. The double lens also provides a barrier from extreme outside hot/cold temperatures which also helps to reduce fogging. A vented lens forces air into the lens as you ride and forces the fogging away.

A few lens tints (in dual lenses) to suit bright and low light enduro riding conditions.

Tear off posts on the lenses to add tear offs for muddy enduro work.

In this article I will review the 3 current ‘ready to ride’ enduro goggles that are on the market for 2019…

And then I’ll show you how to build your own custom enduro goggles that are even better!


#1 100% Accuri Enduro Goggles

100% mx goggle review. 100% Accuri Enduro Goggle

 100% goggles suit a more narrow face. If you have a wider face, 100% goggles may not fit too well. Instead go with Scott, Oakley or Fox.

The 100% Accuri enduro goggles comes standard with a dual pane, fog treated clear lens and triple layer foam for comfort and and good sweat absorption.

They also have a nice and wide 45mm strap which is a fan favorite.

Pros

  • Triple layer face foam for excellent comfort and moisture absorbing qualities.
  • A dual lens that is anti-fog treated.
  • Plenty of 100% replacement dual lenses available in many tints.
  • Plenty of goggle colors available.

Cons

  • No outriggers.

#2 Fox Racing Main Enduro Goggles

best mx enduro goggles. Fox Racing Main Enduro Goggle

Fox Racing Main enduro goggle is a great choice for riders looking to buy a ready to go set of goggles for enduro riding.

It comes standard with a fog treated, dual pane lens to help eliminate fogging and the lens comes with tear off posts. 

The rose colored lens is great for daytime bright conditions riding but is no good for shade and darker days so I recommend that you also buy the clear lens as well to switch over to when you need it.

What I really like about the Fox Main goggles is that is has a really wide view port to give riders a wide peripheral view. Nice!

Pros

  • Triple layer face foam for excellent comfort and moisture absorbing qualities.
  • A dual vented lens that is anti-fog treated and 100% UV protected.
  • Replacement dual lenses available – clear and orange
  • Removable nose guard for roost protection

Cons

  • Goggles are only available in one color.
  • No outriggers.

#3 Scott Hustle Enduro Goggles

best mx enduro goggles. Scott Hustle Enduro Goggle

The Scott Hustle mx enduro goggle is a really comfortable goggle that comes standard with double layer face foam and a clear dual vented lens that allows air to flow between lenses to prevent fogging. Scott call this their ACS (air control system) and it works well when I took them out on a rainy riding day.

Pros

  • Scott’s renowned comfort and excellent ventilation.
  • A dual vented lens that is anti-fog treated and UV Protected.
  • Dual lens tints available for bright light riding conditions – Rose and Blue

Cons

  • Goggles are only available in white and black.
  • No outriggers.
  • No tear off posts available to add tear offs. Wtf Scott!

Build your own MX Enduro Goggles

If I want to have the best enduro goggles out there I make them myself by matching my favorite motocross goggles with compatible dual vented lenses.

Here are my top picks –

#4 Oakley Airbrake Goggles

Oakley Airbrake are my favorite mx goggles overall. But when I combine them with a dual vented lens, they are the ultimate mx enduro goggles!

All the lenses are optically corrected, injection molded lenses and the PRIZM  plutonite lenses filter out bad noisy light which make them even better!

Oakley dual lenses are vented! Which means that you have more air being forced into the lenses as you ride which eliminates fogging.

They also have a nice and big view port and are super comfortable to wear.

Also the fast switch lock technology makes them the best on the market hands down for switching out lenses.

 I recommend buying the PRIZM Rose lens for bright light enduro riding and for riding in the shade and muddy areas. Talk about HD vision!

best mx enduro goggles. Oakley Airbrake Goggle Replacement Lens Dual-Vented Prizm Snow Rose

 The Oakley persimmon dual lens are also excellent. You will also need the clear lens if you will be riding at night or indoors.

Pros

  • Very large view port for excellent vision.
  • Dual vented lenses that are 100% UV Protected.
  • Dual lens tints available for bright light riding conditions
  • Outriggers keep the goggles firmly sealed to my face.
  • Tear off posts are on the lenses to add tear offs for muddy riding days.
  • Plenty of cool goggle colors and designs to choose from.

Cons

  • None. Oakley are awesome.

#5 100% Armega MX Goggles.

100% Armega mx goggles are the latest release (2019) of goggles and have become the flagship model in the 100% line.

best dirt bike goggles 2019 - 100% armega 1

The Armega are the best in the 100% line for a few main reasons.

1) They are built with a special sweat channeling technology that drives the sweat away through channels around the frames and out the sides of goggles while you ride. Brilliant for enduro riding!

2) The lens technology have caught up with Oakley PRIZM and they now offer HD bad light filtering technology in a few of their lenses (but not dual lenses yet) They have also introduced their quick release lens tech which is cool.

3) They are a heck of a deal for only about 100 bucks!

What I also like about them is that 100% have listened to rider feedback and made them a bit wider to suit wider framed faces. Nice!

 There is only 1 dual vented lens (smoke) to fit the Armega mx goggle (because they re still new to the market) but I’m confident they will produce more in due course. Also buy the clear dual lens for dark days and evenings.

Pros

  • A large view port for excellent vision.
  • Dual vented lens that are UV Protected.
  • Dual vented lens tint available for bright light riding conditions
  • Outriggers keep the goggles firmly sealed to my face.
  • Tear off posts are on the lenses to add tear offs for muddy riding days.
  • Also comes with a removable nose guard for protection against roost.
  • Plenty of cool 100% goggle colors and designs to choose from.

Cons

  • None. 100% Armega are awesome.

#6 100% Racecraft MX Goggles.

100% Racecraft mx goggles were the flagship model for 100% for many years before Armega came along. They are still awesome though and huge value for only 75 bucks.

100% mx goggle review. 100% Racecraft Goggle

Combine them with a dual vented pane lens and you have a killer set of enduro goggles!

I recommend the blue mirror dual vented lens for the Racecraft goggles. They are great for shady conditions and mud as well as average light and overcast days.

best mx enduro goggles. 100% Racecraft Replacement Lens Blue Mirror Vented Dual

Pros

  • A big range of dual vented lens in various cool mirrored and non mirrored tints.
  • Outriggers keep the goggles firmly sealed to my face.
  • Tear off posts are on the lenses to add tear offs for muddy riding days.
  • Also comes with a removable nose guard for protection against roost.
  • A big range of cool 100% goggle colors and designs to choose from.

Cons

  • Can be a tight fit for riders with wider faces

Enduro OTG goggles – 100% Accuri OTG

If you wear glasses and need OTG (over the glasses) enduro goggles I recommend 100% Accuri OTG goggles with a dual vented lens installed.

100% mx goggles review. 100% accuri goggle

Why? Because it is the only OTG goggle that can check all the boxes for a good enduro goggle.

Pros

  • A big range of dual vented lenses in various cool mirrored and non mirrored tints.
  • The Accuri OTG has excellent depth to fit a wide range of prescription glasses.
  • Tear off posts are on the lenses to add tear offs for muddy riding days.
  • A big range of cool 100% goggle colors and designs to choose from.

Cons

  • No outriggers
  • Can be a tight fit for riders with wider faces.

 

Conclusion

What are your favorite pair of mx enduro goggles? Let me know in the comments below and if you liked this article, please give it a share on social media.

 

Happy riding!


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