Leatt Velocity GPX Goggle Tear Offs

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Unlike the Velocity GPX goggles, these tear off aren't bullet proof.  They will however, help prevent scratches from mud on your lens, and help in rainy race runs like the Fort William 2019 World Cup.

Who's this for:  Riders looking to keep their vision clear it the rain and mud.  Please bear in mind that tear offs are banned at almost all races in Australia.  Check the rule books before using them, and if you use them when not racing PLEASE pick them up.

Compatibility:  These tear offs only work with the Leatt Velocity GPX goggles.

Pros:  Easy to use, and keeps your vision clear of rain and mud.

Cons:  Not allowed at many races.  Picking them up can ruin your Strava run at the bike park.
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