The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
Looking good and performing great is what Giro Manifest Snowboard Goggles are all about. With a futuristic design that makes you look great and intense with the Giro Manifest Snowboard Goggles on, and a lens that is designed to make sure you can see your best on the slopes, Giro Manifest Snowboard Goggles are perfect for the performer who loves feeling great and performing great. And thanks to its design, its comfortable and fits nicely over your eyes and face.
The search for the perfect fitting goggle would seem to be endless and I am sure next season I will keep searching. However, this goggle has rated extremely highly. So much so I have plenty of mates wanting a pair as well.
I have struggled with other goggles when removing the lens - not the case here - just snap and pull and the lens is changed. As few mates with different melons and helmet types also tried them on. They fit all different face types and were compatible with many different helmets.
I am wearing them with a Giro Bad Liuetenant (however that is spelt) and the fit is perfect. I also put them with the Giro Remedy S full face I bought. Perfect fit as well, especially for operating the snowmo.
i tryed my friend's goggles and they are awesome the strap is adjustable to long lenght so it is possible to wear in with a helmet which is very useful fro those who use a helmet all the time, all eperts should have this one in their arsenal
I rocked these last season, fitted perfectly, but yes i do have a narrow face. Crystal clear and looked better in the flesh than in photos. Have to say that although I've never broken goggles before, I obliterated these in a massive bail, think my edge basically shredded them. Can't really fault the construction though, probably me being a muppet reall
These feel comfortable and light, give 3.5/5 vision (5 being superb and humongous goggles. The lining got a little wet from snow n falling and I feel absorbed the water a lil more than it should, but these babies just dont fog! If fog was a drug, then these bad boys JUST SAY NO :
I got the silver lens, and so far, I love the goggles, its perfect for sunny days. I also like the fact that it's a mirror finish. As someone did mention below, it doesn't fit certain noses, or at least not mine either. It has more of a curvature to it which is perfect for a slender face, whereas a round would have to tightened the strap a bit more for it to hug the face. Haven't tried to swap for a new lens because I didn't have any, but I tried taking the lens out and it was quick simple, under 30 secs. Overall, I'm very happy with it, I would have given it 5 stars if the fit was just a bit better
These goggles give you a fantastic wide angle of vision, they are quite wide (same width as Smith Prodigy) which is a good thing for vision but it's a tight fit for my medium sized helmet. The goggles feel like they are made for someone with a large face, they fit great everywhere but are not 100% sealed around my nose. They are good when breathing through your nose but when you breathe out through your mouth, the air manages to get into the goggles and fog them up
I recently got these goggles and I'm satisfied with them except for the fact that my nose doesn't fit it. I don't think it's a big deal, but it would be nice if the goggles fit my whole face. These goggles are pretty big on my face, which I like
Just purchased these googles and they look and feel real nice on my Asian face. They feel very light and have great wide vision. I'll be using the Gold Boost lens on storm or overcast days when light is not bright.
These goggles fit great with my old Giro 9 helmet. The lens change system works really well, and is a lot better than most of the other standard lens changing systems out there. Most other goggles rely on lots of flexibility in the frames, but are always quite difficult to use. Even without gloves on, you can struggle for ages with other goggles. But the Manifest lens change system works so well that I take both my lens with me while I ride, and its super easy to switch between lenses, even with cold hands. My only gripe is that they doesn't stock the replacement lenses. If they did I'd by a bunch of different colors. These goggles are my do-it-all pair now. No more carrying around multiple pairs
great goggle with very clear lens. The frame is little too big for my face, I have a small gap in the nose. good quality. But it's hard to find replacement lens in the market, not like Oakley that you can buy anywhere..
So i borrowed these goggles from a friend to compare them to my Crowbars. It was snowing and about 28 degrees. It has outriggers similiar to my crowbars so the fit was pretty good. but i was still getting some fogging as opposed to my crowbars that have a anti-fog film. The clarity of the lens was still good for the conditions which were medium to flat light. My friend got these on sale so I guess for the price they paid they got a good deal. My gf tried these on and had a bit of gap near her nose. I'd recommend trying these on at a store and seeing if it fits you correctly.
These goggles have a weird fit on my face and everyone else that tried them on. There was a gap at the apex of the nose but once I put them on my Giro helmet it fit a lot better and the gap was nearly gone but its still a little weird but I'll continue to use them because my vision isn't obstructed by it.
nice goggles as long as you don't swap lenses. if you do, beware that you grab an extra pair of the lenses eyebow piece or you have to swap out the lenses and put the piece on the other. which beat the out and in concept. beside, it's a solid goggles