Bobster Crossfire Folding Goggle with Black Frame and Amber Lens

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  • Bobster Crossfire Folding Goggle with Black Frame and Amber Lens
  • Bobster Crossfire Folding Goggle with Black Frame and Amber Lens
  • Bobster Crossfire Folding Goggle with Black Frame and Amber Lens
Price: $23.39
Frequently bought together:


The Crossfire is a flexible, foldable motorcycle goggle. It comes with a carrying case and microfiber cloth. The Crossfire has closed cell foam padding to allow for a comfortable seal. It has a thick elastic headband for added comfort.

Crossfire Features:

  • Motorcycle goggle
  • Foldable and flexible
  • Includes carry case and microfiber cleaning cloth
  • Elastic headband for adjustability & fit
  • Closed-cell foam
  • 100% UV protection

Amber Lens:

  • Best for enhancing contrast and light in low light applications.
  • Offers protection from excessive glare.
  • Provides 99% protection from harmful UV-A and UV-B rays.
  • 100% polycarbonate lenses


  • Inside Width: 140 mm
  • Lens Height: 44 mm
  • Ideal for Medium to Large faces


*Please note that while these glasses would presumably pass ANSI Z87.1-2010 standards, they are NOT certified, and are therefore not endorsed as safety eyewear by Safety Glasses USA.

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Additional Information

Foam Padded
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    I like 'em!

    Posted by Phillip on Nov 4th 2016

    Good fit. the color really neutralizes the bright sun without making things darker. Good looking.

  • 2
    Not the best $20 I've ever spent...

    Posted by cosmicxcrusader on Sep 28th 2016

    I bought these looking for new riding goggles to try out & was not impressed on performance. The folding feature & carrying case are pretty neat. Although I would not recommend storing the glasses in the case while wearing it on a belt or clipped outside a backpack. The Velcro that keeps the case shut seems cheap & doesn't hold together very well making it possible to loose them. Performance-wise, they do pretty good if you stay under 60 mph in town. The problem I had was that once I broke 70 mph there was too much air coming across my eyes and because they're goggles it seemed like the air would just circulate around inside making it an uncomfortable situation. I'd spend most of my ride blinking every 3-4 seconds, additionally, sometimes I would get a tear on one of my eyes from the initial blast of air and it would just sit on my bottom eyelid with the air circulating around it making it difficult to see. With other glasses & goggles I've had before it normally blows away and dries out almost immediately. Tried giving them a chance by wearing them on a few rides but after four times of the same garbage, I decided they're going to sit in a drawer until I can find another use for them. Maybe someone else has had a better experience with them, but as for me, I wouldn't recommend spending your money on these.

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