You use your ATV to travel over a variety of terrain. Trekking through forests or splashing through wet fields means mud, sticks, sand and gravel can fly toward your eyes. So make sure you shop for protective eyewear today. Check out our ATV goggles. They'll work with ATV facemasks and helmets to keep you safe and warm, no matter the location. Stop wasting your time wishing you'd have brought them along after all. Grab your goggles, and you can tackle even the messiest trails and adventures.
See the trail more clearly with ATV goggles that protect your eyes from the elements
ATV safety isn't just about careful driving and wearing ATV helmets. As you go careening through mud and flying down trails, you're bound to kick up a lot of dirt and debris, as well as face some serious elements any time of year. A good set of ATV goggles can protect your eyes from airborne grit and help to give you a better view of the path ahead. Choosing the right set of goggles can make all the difference when you have places to go.
The first thing you'll need to decide when choosing your goggles is what level of protection you need. Basic safety goggles, like the kind you might wear in your workshop, do offer some great protection against flying debris. However, these goggles are not meant for high-speed action and may fly off the first time you hit a bump or steep hill. Make sure that your lenses are thick enough to handle debris at high speeds and that your goggles come with a strap attached so that they never leave your head. If you don't like the strap that comes with your goggles, don't worry; you can buy goggle straps in just about any color or design imaginable so you can have a set of goggles that is as unique as you are.
ATV goggles are very similar to ski goggles; they both feature large lenses and straps that keep those goggles firmly planted on your head. The thick lenses keep the wind out, protecting you from windburn and helping your vision. After all, it is hard to see the trail ahead when your eyes are tearing up from the cold. It's also hard to see the trail when the sun is in your eyes, which is why many ATV goggles also have some sun protection built in. ATV windshields might protect you from flying debris, but they aren't going to help with the glare on a bright and sunny afternoon. Luckily, you can get your goggles in a variety of tints.
Using your goggles should be easy. Put them on when you don the rest of your gear: ATV gloves to protect from rashes, helmets to protect from head injuries and facemasks to keep you from breathing in the dust or cold air. All that gear can seem bulky, but if you put it on before you even climb on to your ATV, then you won't find yourself regretting you hadn't. Plus, you'll be able to take off the second you switch it on because you're ready for an adventure. If you're looking for any kind of ATV safety gear, start your search at Sears. With a variety of items from boots to goggles, Sears has everything you need to get on the trail in safety and style.