Spy Klutch/Whip/Targa 3 Lenses


$13.99

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Item #SPY001O

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painless Verified Purchaser
lake havasu city, az

My third lens. I keep coming back to the product that deals with this AZ sun! Love em

Joy808 Verified Purchaser
Image is deceiving

The image of the lens is not an accurate image. I didn't know what model my Spy goggles were because I've had them for so long so I looked at the photo and compared it to the lens I had and it was a match so I ordered it. The lens I received did not look like the image shown. The lens shown is actually the Alloy/Targa model, but you will receive a lens that fits the Klutch/Whip/Targa 3 as described. Something to consider if you're basing your purchase solely on the shape of the lens in the motosport image...

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ltR450Racer
Location: San Diego
Q: Do these replacement lens come with the posts?
Over 6 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 years ago Location: USA
A: The tear off posts are molted into the lens.
kawimoto
Q: Difficulty?
Over 6 years ago
how difficult is it to switch these lenses out, like would i be able to switch them out at the track if the day turns out to be more sunny then usual or does it take a longer time to swap them out?
JesseC
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Tualatin
A: lenses are very easy to swap out
Joy808
1 year 10 months ago
A: It can be kind of tricky to get all the notches lined up sometimes but it only takes a minute or two to swap out the lenses.
kawimoto
Q: Do these fit both 2009 and 2010 klutch goggles?
Over 6 years ago
and which lens is best for deflecting sun, but not to be too dark? i do a lot of day riding and sun keeps bugging me on track.
DVAST8TR
Top 1000 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Marion, N.C.
A: On really sunny days when you're riding in an open location, I would recommend a mirrored type lens. If the tracks or trails you ride on have some shade, then I recommend a blue tinted lens. Overall the blue lens is probably gonna be your best bet for general conditions.
Cacho
Q: Are this anti fog lens?
Over 6 years ago
if not which ones would fit the klutch googles?
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: Yes, these are a anti-fog coated lexan lens.
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