A col­lec­tion of ex­quis­ite op­ti­cal pro­tec­tion

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The Equilib­ri­al­ist Knox Maska equilib­ri­al­ist.com

Bal­anc­ing unique de­sign ethos and func­tion, the Equilib­ri­al­ist Knox Maska stands apart from the bois­ter­ous neon and Vel­cro crowd. Th­ese shields ($145) are made to fit some of the most mod­ish hel­mets on the mar­ket, and there’s some­thing oh-so right about the union between a mod­ern retro lid and a hand­crafted, faux-leather fin­ish. Each high­strength poly­car­bon­ate shield is treated with an an­tifog coat­ing, and sil­i­cone beads span the length of the uni­ver­sal strap that holds the Knox Maska in place.

Oak­ley Front Line Prizm MX oak­ley.com

High-qual­ity op­tics can play a piv­otal role in de­ter­min­ing the dif­fer­ence between a podium fin­ish and a de­feated walk through the pits. Oak­ley’s new Front Line Prizm MX gog­gle ($180) is de­signed to fit a wide scope of face shapes and sizes and uses spe­cial­ized Prizm Lens Tech­nol­ogy, which in­creases con­trast in ex­cep­tion­ally bright con­di­tions. High Im­pact Plu­tonite lenses add vi­tal de­fense from roost, while nu­mer­ous color com­bi­na­tions help you stand out from the rest of the pack.

Biltwell Over­land biltwellinc.com

Biltwell main­tains a no-non­sense ap­proach to mo­tor­cy­cle gear, and its Over­land gog­gles ($75) are unas­sum­ing yet ef­fec­tive. At home within the con­fines of a MX hel­met or perched on the brow of a cof­fee-shop con­nois­seur, the Over­land has a wide eye­port for un­ob­structed sight. Open-cell foam pad­ding pro­tects eyes from for­eign de­bris, while dou­ble D-ring ad­justers and a sil­i­cone-treated band mean the Over­land will stay put once you ad­just the fit to your lik­ing.

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