Not all Motocross goggles are created equally.

Some versions simply help get you riding, especially suited for the beginner; while others feature high end technology, better fitment and an overall sense of security and safety for your eyes. These represent the best dirt bike goggles and if future plans include taking your riding to the next level whether on the track or trail you might find a small investment in a better pair of goggles helps get you where you want to go.

The best Motocross goggles certainly cost more than entry level models mostly because of the engineering and higher quality materials. But high-end doesn't mean overly costly and you'll probably find of all the possible gear upgrades, goggles represent the more affordable line of protection money buys.

So, if you want the best of the best of Motocross goggles, check them out: (Click on the link or photo to see additional details.)

Oakley Airbrake MX Goggles With Prizm Lens

The Oakley Airbrake MX goggles include Prizm Lens technology providing a better field of view and like so many of Oakley's sunglasses and goggles, they manufacture the lens with high-impact Plutonite. Oakley also incorporates their Switchlock technology allowing you to quickly change lenses when necessary.

Other features include:

  • Injection molded polycarbonate
  • F3 anti-fog coating
  • Outrigger system for balanced fit
  • Ultra-strong, light weight frame made with flexible urethane

Scott Prospect Goggles

Scott Prospect goggles represent the company's most technically advanced goggle to date. It provides maximum field of vision thanks to the extra height of the lens and Scott's innovative lens lock system keeps the lens in the frame during impact.

Other features include:

  • All Around Ventilation
  • TruView lens with four pins instead of two
  • NoFog Anti-Fog treatment
  • Strap features silicone strip to prevent movement.

Dragon NFX2 Goggles

The Dragon NFX2 goggles come in the traditional tear-off version and in a Rapid Roll Off system. Both feature a tighter seal because of the integrated removable outrigger as well as Dragon's patented frameless technology and extra wide peripheral view.

Other features include:

  • Integrated dual all-weather anti-fog treated lens
  • Armored venting
  • Premium quad foam technology
  • Removable nose guard

Oakley Front Line MX Goggles With Prizm Lens

It should come as no surprise that Oakley makes two of the best Motocross goggles available. Their Front Line MX goggles is the latest model in the company's High Impact line and is optimized for a variety of face sizes and engineered to perfectly fit with most helmets. The Prizm Lens technology offers a better field of view and the Plutonite lens stands up to the harshest conditions.

Other features include:

  • Rimless lens design for large peripheral view
  • Large to medium size fit
  • Prescription eye wear compatible
  • Ridgelock lens technology for complete seal

Spy 2016 Omen MX Goggles

Spy developed and tested their Omen MX Goggles with Jeremy McGrath and brings a redesigned enlarged eyeport for one of the biggest field of view's possible. The Omen goggle is custom built and made with flexible polyurethane.

Other features include:

  • Features the RISE ventilation system
  • Anti-fog scratch-resistant Lexan lens
  • Quad layer face foam
  • Silicon-ribbed strap prevents movement

100% Racecraft Goggles

100% designed their Racecraft goggles with a minimalist approach combined with precise engineering to create a premier google that performs and feels as good as it looks. Racecraft goggles include patent-pending technology that channels air into the triple layer face foam to aid in moisture management.

Other features include:

  • Removable nose guard
  • Nine pin lens retention system
  • Anti-fog coated Lexan lens
  • 45 mm wide silicone-coated strap prevent movement

Check out our Seeing Better With Dirt Bike Goggles for more information on the available features for goggles and tricks to trouble free riding while wearing them.

Written By: AndrewT