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Ashbury's made its name with classic styling and simple designs, but it's embraced the modern spherical goggle trend with the big ol' lens of the Bullet Goggle. They've got an extra-wide field of vision and easy-change Snap Fit lenses so you're never caught out by changing conditions, and full perimeter venting that prevents soggy, foggy weather from putting a kink in your rail-sliding. The lenses also have an anti-fog/anti-scratch coating with full UV protection, and come wrapped in super-soft red face foam so the Bullet fits your face without pinching, sliding, or drafts.
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- Snap Fit lens system is easy to change
- Extra-wide field of vision
- Full perimeter venting
- Anti-fog/anti-scratch coating
- Full UVA, B, and C protection
- Hypoallergenic, ultra-soft red face foam
- Free yellow lens included
- Item #ASH0049
- Q & A
Ashbury Eyewear Bullet Goggle
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These are Ashbury's top of the line goggle, designed to be a fierce price point competitor to Electric's EG 2 & EG 2.5's, as well as Oakley's SnowCanopy, and Dragon's APX and NFX goggles.
Ashbury being a rider owned and operated company wants to keep you shredding, and cash in your pocket with the lower price tags than competitors goggles. Also, every competitor goggle I listed DO NOT come with an extra lens!
The peripheral vision on the Bullet's are phenomenal so you can see anyone who's trying to snake your line without having to tweak your neck to check your next slash through the trees or nose press on the Down Flat Down rail in the park.
Monarch Ski Resort spring 2014
My Ashbury bullets from christmas last year. Great goggle and nice lenses that come with it. They are a bit big though so maybe look at something like an Oakley A-Frame if you have a smaller face. Also they DO NOT have silicone ribs on the straps but you should be fine if you have a clip on your helmet. The lens changing isn't the best but it's not awful.
Does these goggles have a rubber strip on the strap?
These goggles do not have a rubber strip on the strap.