100% launched its new Armega goggle assortment shortly after the conclusion of the AMA Supercross season.
The Armega goggle is obtainable with three kinds of lenses—HiPer, mirror, and clear.
The Armega options an “extremely HD” lens and a dual-injection body with six completely different retention factors and two latching push-lock factors. One other new characteristic of the goggle’s body is the sweat administration system, which collects and strikes sweat away from the face foam and out of doors of the goggle by an built-in channel. Moreover, pressured air intakes within the body are designed to advertise elevated airflow to permit for fog-free using and diminished humidity.
The HiPer lens makes use of contrast-enhancing know-how.
The Armega goggle can also be provided with HiPer contrast-enhancing lens know-how. In accordance with 100%, these lenses assist filter out crossover distortions from the three major colours people see—purple, inexperienced, and blue. The ensuing lens is designed to supply elevated distinction for higher depth notion and element within the goggle’s discipline of view. The Armega goggle is accessible now for $90 with the clear lens, $100 with the mirror lens, and $120 with the HiPer lens.
100% swept all three 2019 AMA Supercross championships with Chase Sexton (left), Cooper Webb (center), and Dylan Ferrandis (proper).
Webb is among the riders who will put on the Armega goggle within the Lucas Oil Professional Motocross Nationals this summer time.
After the Armega goggle introduction within the morning at 100%’s headquarters in San Diego, we acquired to put on the brand new high-end goggle at a non-public monitor within the afternoon with the Monster Power/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Racing crew and a number of other of the model’s different riders.