First Look: Leatt Velocity 6.5 Goggle
One of the beefier goggles we've seen, the Velocity fits well on both Leatt's DBX Enduro helmet as well as the staple Troy Lee Designs D3.
The foam liner that sits next to the skin is super soft and comfortable. Aesthetics are subjective, but I'm a fan of the big, aggressive look. I haven't tried these goggles with an open face helmet, but I imagine the design would leave you looking pretty bug-eyed.Having a rock or stick puncture a goggle lens isn't normally an issue, but eyes are a "better safe than sorry" kind of thing, and Leatt is proud that the lenses are bulletproof, tested and certified to the ANSI Z87.1-2015, CE EN 1938 :2010, and MIL-DTL-43511D (military ballistic) standards.A nice addition to the lens is the dual pane. Normally found in ski goggles, Leatt have included this tech in their MTB goggles to help prevent fogging. Every goggle comes with a pack of tear offs, as well as a nose clip that attaches to the goggle if you want to go for full moto look. Switching lenses is nice and easy thanks to the clip system that locks it in place.