Three New and Unique Motorcycle Goggles

Want to stand out? Look no further.

The Equilibrialist Knox Maska
Julia LaPalme

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 hand-crafted, faux-leather finish. Each high-strength 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 MXJulia LaPalme

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 OverlandJulia LaPalme

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.