Take aim with the new leader in technical eyewear. The Enemy Goggle offers incredible performance and value. With its aggressive styling and long list of features, the Enemy provides superior vision and comfort in an incredible package. Utilizing innovative features like our aperture-vent system for optimal airflow, the Enemy sets the standard for technical eyewear. For exceptional clarity, every Enemy Goggle comes standard with an optically correct, scratch resistant anti-fog Lexan lens.
Thor Enemy Bike Goggle Features:
Molded strap adjustment system
Optically correct Lexan lens
Innovative aperture-vent system for optimal airflow
Sculpted styling with exceptional fit and peripheral vision
Drilled frame helps circulate air to prevent fogging
Woven strap with silicone backing for a secure fit
Single-layered molded face foam for a secure seal
Plush goggle bag included
Spare lenses and tear-off packs available
Buy Thor Enemy Bike Goggles from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.
Blue - Clear Lens, Red - Clear Lens, Pink - Clear Lens, Black - Clear Lens, White - Clear Lens
Rated 4 out of 5 by Phisher идеальное соотношение цена-качество
Я в ней потею, при +10 начинает конденсировать влага.
обзор почти не уменьшается, слегка уходит по бокам, обрезая боковое зрение, немного снизу.
23 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by nickmc29 Easy favourite.
Had 2 pairs of these goggles since early 2012.
Last a while and everything is easily replaceable or removable. The lens is a little fiddly to change or replace but that might just be me being daft.
They are very comfortable and easily adjusted.
One thing I will say is on a hot day they can get a bit warm to wear.
04 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Giannisoli1 very good but warm
during summer you get very hot and maybe you can't see very well. But for Autumn, Winter and Spring is perfect!!! It stays in place and it's very comfortable in nose after second time. I would like it more if extra lences were cheaper.
21 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Really comfortable
These goggles are soo smooth and have a pretty nice layer of foam that prevents the goggle from applying too much pressure on your forehead. This makes it really comfy as well as the plasctic frame being flexible enough to add on to that comfort. Having tested other pretty stiff-framed goggles, these are way better in terms of comfort. Just had to change (easily) the lenses to switch to the silver mirror ones that look more badass and I was pleased with my new goggles.
After a few crashes, I decided to change my helmet (fox rampage) to a TLD D3 but to my big surprise, these goggles won't fit the d3 helmet... That's the only inconvenience of the thor enemy goggles
Very good product though and very CHEAP!
12 April 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous great design
These goggles work an absolute treat, they rarely fog up when still and never when riding.the fit is quite good and they dont mind going through the washing machine. The only thing i'll advise is that the white ones can create glare on the lens when riding in bright sunshine. I think with a darker frame this would be less obvious, my next goggles will be thors again, but only not in white.
26 March 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Great Look + Function
This goggle works perfectly, no fog (even at -5°C) and a wide view.
The frame is just super-cool stealth like and comfortable to wear.
The lens are not distorting the distances.
My nose is rather big so that the goggle makes it hard to breath through it even while heaving a break.
But at this price and overall a brilliant goggle!
31 January 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous I quite liked these goggles when I got them, but should probably have gone for something else as these have fell apart, I have not used them much but the foam has all torn away and the lens is beaten up. this goggle steams up all the time too. the frame and straps are great though.
26 September 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Love 'em
Great ventilation, awesome fit and cheap. I like the overall design, shouldve been called the K9
25 May 2011