The championship winning Racecraft 2 goggle takes everything from the previous rendition and builds.
Refined for today’s demands of the fastest racers in the world, the Racecraft 2 provides a superior vision system with an expansive field of view and unmatched comfort.
- Improved fitment and seal with increased field of view
- Dual injected, wide outriggers for a balanced fit
- Supports triple post tear-offs for secure fitment
- Ultra-thick triple layer face foam soaks up sweat
- 45mm wide silicone coated strap for maximum grip
- 9-point lens retention system secures lens in frame
- Slash logo embellishment detail
- Anti-fog coated polycarbonate lens for clear vision
- Removable nose guard deflects roost & debris
- Pure molding eliminates sewing for a seamless strap
- Racecraft 2/Accuri 2/Strata 2 utilize same lens and tear-offs
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