With the mercury on the rise, this great country of ours will soon be swapping the mud for dust. But no matter what terrain you’re riding, whether it’s mud, hard-pack or loam, you need adequate eye protection to keep on gripping and ripping. And with the likes of Cody Cooper and Rhys Carter taking wins in the 100% Accuri, you can be sure the goggle will work for you, too. Now, the only real question is, which colourways will you choose?
The 100% Accuri Goggle
The Accuri sets the benchmark for premium performance at an obtainable price that allows you to silently focus on your competition. Being crafted from the finest materials, the Accuri ensures optimal performance with an enhanced field of vision.
The goggle comes equipped with anti-fog, scratch resistant Lexan lens for unimpaired vision. It also shares the same lens shape as other goggle lines from 100%. That means the lenses can be interchanged between the Accuri, Barstow and Racecraft. The attachment of the lens is done through the nine-pin retention system. That not only ensures a secure fit, but it means the goggles have the highest number of retention points in the industry.
That simplicity also gives all adult-sized 100% goggles the same lens and tear-off profile. For the mirrored lens models, each box also includes an extra clear lens and a sublimated microfibre bag. The clear lens models include the sublimated microfibre bag.
Even though 100% has and always will be known as the “Spirit of Racing”, the brand’s Accuri goggle is also perfect for those who chase the fun and not the chequered flag. The former happens to be the majority of people who ride dirt bikes in New Zealand, too. But those riders still need the same protection as the racers. That’s why the Accuri is perfect for both the weekend warriors and racers. The racers can swap the lens between the Accuri and Racecraft frames. While those who ride the trails on a Sunday can also have an affordable goggle that gives next-level eye protection against the elements and the rider in front of you.
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