Make no mistake: Ken Roczen has a vision like nobody else. After what would have been a career-ending crash for most, he immediately saw himself getting back on a bike, and getting back to the top. That journey also included working with Fox, the brand he’s had a lifelong relationship with, to develop the Vue. Now, after countless hours of research, development, and testing, that vision – and the Fox Racing Vue goggle – is clear for all to see.
Introducing the Fox Racing Vue Goggle
From the start, peripheral vision was a priority for the designers at Fox Racing. That resulted in a goggle that sits closer to the rider’s face, helping reduce distractions from the sides of the frame, and fits better inside the helmet.
The frame of the Fox Racing Vue goggle has a dual-compound construction that helps make for the best possible fit. That dual-compound construction has a soft TPU faceplate that is bonded to a three-layer foam to comfortably mould to your face and keep sweat out of your eyes, while a durable ABS and nylon outer frame holds the lens in place.
But your vision is only as good as what you’re looking through. That’s why Fox equipped the Vue with an injection-moulded polycarbonate lens. The pre-curved lens provides superior optical clarity, but also gives an increased level of impact resistance to protect you against roost and other debris.
To help keep your vision clear, there is ample venting, which optimises the airflow to keep you, the rider, cool. That 360 venting system helps reduce fogging, too.
Finally, to eliminate any distractions, a 40mm strap with a silicone backing locks the goggles in place – and prevents any chance of “goon strap”.
The Fox Racing Vue will make its professional racing debut at Anaheim 1, the season opener of Monster Energy AMA Supercross, where it will be worn by Roczen.
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