Operating all-terrain vehicles ( ATVs) requires the right kind of gear in all aspects, from off-road jackets to protective eyewear. Our collection of ATV Eyewear includes helmet-compatible, impact-resistant glasses with wide, cylindrical lenses and goggles made with breathable face foam and a fully adjustable head strap. Discover ATV glasses and goggles from top brands like Oakley, Smith, and more.
ATV goggles are necessary to protect your eyes from dust, mud, and grime as you race over berms, hills, and other types of terrain. Even if you prefer clear, non-tinted lenses, clear lenses with 100% UV protection will safeguard your eyes from the sun’s bright rays. Your impact-resistant ATV goggles should have a fully adjustable strap that can work with any helmet, and venting around their outer rims to ensure that the goggles don’t fog when you sweat. For more on the best ATV eyewear, see our top picks of the year.
Goggles are the safest and best option when selecting ATV eyewear. Not only will a tight-fitting pair of goggles protect your eyes from mud, dirt, and debris, but they will also keep out the sun’s harmful UV rays.
The Oakley L Frame MX Goggles are designed to fit seamlessly over most eyeglasses. We always recommend double-checking the sizing of your glasses to ensure compatibility. If you have any questions regarding your particular glasses and if they’re compatible with a chosen pair of goggles, reach out to our optician-trained staff with any questions.
In most cases, no. You can use a pair of snow goggles for ATV riding in a pinch, but we recommend purchasing a pair of ATV or MX-specific goggles when you head out to the track or trail. MX goggles generally are not compatible with ski helmets, and vice versa. Pairing a helmet with an incompatible pair of goggles can cause an imperfect fit and an impaired field of view. MX goggles come with single-paned lenses designed to withstand high winds, dust, and debris, while ski goggles feature double-paned, cylindrical lenses to prevent fogging in cold, snowy environments. Goggles for snow sports also have superior venting to MX goggles, which is great when tackling your favorite black diamond, but not as helpful when it comes to protecting your eyes from mud, rocks, and debris.
No. Polarization is meant to help cut glare from bright, reflective surfaces like water, snow, and even asphalt. Since most ATV riding takes place in heavily wooded areas or pre-cut dirt tracks, polarization can actually cause distortion and decrease your level of visibility.