Kolpin Crossover Sport Glasses

Protect your eyes while out on the trail with these stylish and comfortable ATV goggles. These sport/hunting goggles feature tough impact and scratch resistant lenses with anti-fog treatment and UV protection.



Kolpin Crossover Sport Glasses provide safety along with comfort and style. These lightweight sport goggles are great for ATV/UTV riding, shooting, cutting firewood, and more. The sleek sport design allows for better peripheral vision than traditional goggles, and the slim temples with fitted foam help keep out dust and debris. The lenses of the sport safety goggles are constructed of impact and scratch resistant polycarbonate, are anti-fog treated, and offer 99% UV protection. Removable, adjustable goggle straps allow you to get the right fit for your needs. The Crossover Sport Glasses are available with either indoor/outdoor or gray lenses. The indoor/outdoor lenses are best when moving between indoor and outdoor lighting, while the gray lenses are best for bright outdoor light, helping to reduce sun glare.

Product Features

  • Great for ATV/UTV riding, hunting/shooting, cutting up firewood, etc.
  • Sleek lightweight, comfortable design
  • Sport design allows for better peripheral vision than traditional goggles
  • Slim temples with fitted foam to keep out dust and debris
  • 99% UV protection from UV-A and UV-B rays
  • 100% polycarbonate impact and scratch resistant lenses
  • Meets ANSI Z87.1-2003 high impact requirements
  • Removable adjustable goggle straps
  • Anti-fog treated lenses
  • Available in indoor/outdoor or gray lens
  • Indoor/outdoor lenses designed for moving between indoors and outdoors
  • Gray lenses designed for bright outdoor conditions

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Lenses are impact and scratch resistant, but NOT unbreakable - protection is limited
  • Not to be used in welding, brazing, cutting, or where there are dangerous levels of IR radiation
  • Clean with soap and water and dry with a clean, dry cloth - Do not use abrasive cleaners or solvents

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