100% Launches Armega Goggle Collection

New high-end goggle from 100%

100% launched its new Armega goggle collection shortly after the conclusion of the AMA Supercross season.Courtesy of 100%

Shortly after clinching all three AMA Supercross championships with Red Bull KTM Factory Racing's Cooper Webb, Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Racing's Dylan Ferrandis, and Geico Honda's Chase Sexton, 100% launched its new Armega goggle collection.

The Armega goggle is offered with three types of lenses—HiPer, mirror, and clear.Courtesy of 100%

The Armega features an “ultra HD” lens and a dual-injection frame with six different retention points and two latching push-lock points. Another new feature of the goggle’s frame is the sweat management system, which collects and moves sweat away from the face foam and outside of the goggle through an integrated channel. Additionally, forced air intakes in the frame are designed to promote increased airflow to allow for fog-free riding and reduced humidity.

The HiPer lens utilizes contrast-enhancing technology.Courtesy of 100%

The Armega goggle is also offered with HiPer contrast-enhancing lens technology. According to 100%, these lenses help filter out crossover distortions from the three primary colors humans see—red, green, and blue. The resulting lens is designed to offer increased contrast for better depth perception and detail in the goggle’s field of view. The Armega goggle is available now for $90 with the clear lens, $100 with the mirror lens, and $120 with the HiPer lens.

100% swept all three 2019 AMA Supercross championships with Chase Sexton (left), Cooper Webb (middle), and Dylan Ferrandis (right).Courtesy of 100%
Webb is one of the riders who will wear the Armega goggle in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Nationals this summer.Courtesy of 100%
After the Armega goggle introduction in the morning at 100%’s headquarters in San Diego, we got to wear the new high-end goggle at a private track in the afternoon with the Monster Energy/Yamalube/Star/Yamaha Racing team and several of the brand’s other riders.Courtesy of 100%