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    Here's easy-on/easy-off comfort when you're on the go or protection during roadside emergencies-reflective color or tape makes sure other... more

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    HAT. Rugged, durable hat! 100% cotton. One size fits all adjustable velcro closure. more


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    Foamerz Sunglasses, Smoked Anti-Fog LensesCushion with comfort with these wrap around sunglasses that stay put and fit easily under a helmet... more

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    BOBSTER® GXR GOGGLES Feature durable, molded-closed foam and flexible frame to contour to your face for maximum protection. more

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    Hooligan SunglassThe Hooligan is a sleek and stylish sunglass with photochromic lenses that allow you to use them in all lighting conditions... more

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Add that extra "oomph" to your riding experience with apparel, goggles & glasses. For most drivers, especially car owners, much of the attention are given to their car’s exterior. Some even spend thousands just to make their ride stand out. For motorcycle riders, it is an entirely different case. Not only do they use these gears for aesthetic purposes, but for their safety as well.

For racers, motorcycle apparels are very important. It is part of the personal protective equipment required of every racer. Aside from helmets, using racing apparels like jacket, pants, boots, and gloves are important. But if there’s one thing that you need even if you are not one, are racing goggles. This protects your eyes from any foreign particles that might get into it. It also prevents your eye from getting injured during accidents. This will also come in handy if you’re using only a three-quarter open face helmet. Since this type of helmet has limited coverage, you can use the goggles to compensate for it. Keep in mind that regular sunglasses cannot do the job. What you need is specifically designed goggles to do the job.

Another thing which you might find handy is gloves. If you have sensitive hands or just do not like the icky feeling left by bare hands on the handle bars, this one’s for you. Besides, it will also help you prevent accidents brought about by slippery handles. Add to that, that it makes your outfit look extra-"cool" as well.