Scott Motocross Gear: Cold Weather Riding Gear

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  • Scott Replacement Lens 83/87/89/Bevo/Recoil

    Scott Replacement Lens 83/87/89/Bevo/Recoil

    Justin in CA

    Good lens

    Nice lens at an affordable price, all you really need.

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  • Scott No Fog Spray Cleaner

    Scott No Fog Spray Cleaner

    andrew in ID


    I take this with me on my rides, make sure you use a nice micro fiber cloth so you don't scratch your lens. It cleans and helps keep the fog down.

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  • Scott No-Fog Fan System

    Scott No-Fog Fan System

    bin Rydin in Oregon

    Works for this Fog Head

    I have tried every film, wipe, lense, fluid, double pane, cloth, vented contraption on the market and still fogged up on those wet single track days. This actually works. I wear eyeglasses under the goggles so I can fog multiple surfaces. This and some quik straps is the ultimate in anti fog. Carry spare batteries for when you forget to turn it off, Good batteries will go a couple of 8 hour rides no problem on the "As Needed" setting, but it is easy to forget to shut it off at the end of a long ride.

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  • Scott Split OTG No Fog Fan System Goggle 2014

    Scott Split OTG No Fog Fan System Goggle 2014

    Robert in WA

    Must have for winter riding.

    I have about ten rides with these goggles. so far I have had very little fog. I have a lot more confidence on the tight NW singletrack.

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  • Scott 87 OTG SnowCross Goggle

    Scott 87 OTG SnowCross Goggle

    ROD & CARA in SK

    Very cold!

    these work great for reducing fogging and fit and feel great. But the foam has channels molded in to the foam at the nose so they move a lot of air! but if it is a cold day, you then have a very cold face. I live on the Canadian prairies where temps reach -40'C so these goggles end up staying at home most days.

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