Unlike other goggles on the market, this is not a rebadged snow or MX goggle. Ryders designed the Shore from the ground up to meet the specific challenges of freeride and downhill mountain biking. Fits great in full face helmets, and its shorter lens cut makes it perfect for your half lid if you want to go full enduro.
Fog Resistant Double Lens
Ryders double lens is designed with a gap between the lenses. This keeps the warmer air inside the goggle away from the cooler outer lens, reducing the opportunity for the air to cool, creating condensation on the back of the lens.
Polycarbonate is extremely strong and considerably more flexible than many lens materials. Unlike those made of more brittle materials, RYDERS lenses won’t break into dangerous little shards on impact. You don’t need to be an ophthalmologist to understand why that’s important.
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Impact resistant and optically correct, these lenses provide 100% protection from UVA, UVB and UVC rays as well as harmful, high energy light to 400nm. As if that’s not enough, they also have premium hydrophobic and scratch-resistant coatings. This is the standard from which Ryders builds all of their more technical lenses, so every Ryders lens has the same technology at its core and the highest standard of quality.
High-density, multi-layer, hypoallergenic foam is used on the back of the goggle to ensure comfort and to form a perfect seal.
Ultra Durable / Flexible Frame
Ryders goggle frames are designed to be flexible, not only for an accommodating, comfortable fit but also for durability. A flexible goggle frame will absorb impact, resisting damage and injury better than a rigid frame.
Ryders designed MTB-specific vents because almost every other goggle that’s marketed as a mountain bike goggle is actually an MX or snow goggle. Mountain biking presents a whole new set of challenges when it comes to airflow, so it only makes sense to design venting that meets those needs. The vents are designed to block the vapour from your mouth and nose. They channel fresh air from the front and sides of the goggle to flow up the back of the lens, keeping your face cool and helping to eliminate fog problems.