Fox’s previous goggles were manufactured by Oakley but with the AIRSPC, the company has decided to go it alone.
And in doing so, it has arguably done a better job – both the field of vision and the venting of the AIRSPC goggles are improved compared to previous models, and Fox has managed to keep the price down too.
There’s a removable nose guard, and some models, like the one we tested, come with lenses for both light and dark conditions. The lenses are compatible with tear-offs (there’s a roll-off kit available for an extra £24) and easy to change. The strap is silicone backed for grip.
Two things struck us instantly about the AIRSPCs. First, they’re very comfortable. Second, they offer great clarity of view, with a good peripheral vision.
Airflow is impressive too, reducing fogging. The lenses are resistant to small scratches as well, which is great for on-the-trail wipe-downs.