I wonder how much protetction those "100 percent UVA" protection goggles actually provide.
I tan very easily and with the Smith-brand goggles I wear now I don't get the mask-shaped nega-tan. I'm not vain but don't want to look like Zorro during the off season.
They sound like they would be pretty comfortable here is the blurb about the "Premium Beer" goggles:
"The “Premium Beer” Goggle is a product of over 25 years of eyewear experience. The world-class design of the “Premium Beer” goggle has all of the necessary features that a high-end goggle requires to keep you seeing your way clear to the finish line.
A lightweight, urethane blend” frame has a firm yet pliable feel for the ultimate in comfort and protection.
The “Premium Beer” frame is equipped with the highest quality, Polycarbonate, shatter resistant, anti-scratch and anti-fog coated lens available. It has 100% UVA protection and it is the leader in lens attributes and function.
Lenses available in a variety of colors as well as light sensitive.
Every “Premium Beer” goggle package comes standard with two lenses. A mirrored, gray tint lens that is anti-fog coated for bright riding situations and an extra clear anti-fog coated lens in the box.
Tear off posts are integrated into the Polycarbonate, hard coat lenses for ease of use and function.
100-PPI “reticulated” vent foam allows the ultimate in airflow while keeping the dust and debris out. This special vent foam is designed to allow moisture and condensation to escape freely.
An adjustable, double buckle woven strap is silicone backed for the ultimate in strap placement and hold.
17mm thick, 4-layer face-foam is backed with a moisture wicking fleece lining providing the best anti drip, sweat protection available.
Anti static smudge resistant bag. "
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