The Bolle McQueen Motorcycle Goggles were developed to evoke the look of the iconic goggles worn by the likes of Steve McQueen and Bud Ekins in the ISDT International Six Day Trials and Mojave Desert Races in the 1960s.
Bolle developed the goggles using all new materials to ensure that modern safety standards are met. They’re fitted with sealed double lenses, the outer lens is a ballistic 2.1 mm thick polycarbonate with an anti-scratch coating, and the inner lens is a ballistic 1.1 mm thick polycarbonate with an anti-fog coating – combined these pass the Ballistic Resistance STANAG 2920 certification.
The black frame of the Bolle McQueen Goggles is designed to be as soft and comfortable as possible, and it was shaped to fit the face port of almost all open and 3/4 face helmets. The lenses are curved to offer a panoramic field of vision, and there’s an adjustable 45mm strap designed to go over your helmet.
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