Essential MTB gear | July 2015

We’ve had a bunch of great kit through the door for review in the last couple of weeks – here’s some of the best and most essential MTB gear we’re testing right now – keep an eye out for full reviews coming soon…

Madison Recon glasses review

This triple lens eyewear kit from Madison costs under £50 and comes with high quality Carl Zeiss lenses for zero distortion optical clarity and performance in a variety of different light.

Review: 100% Racecraft Goggles

It has to be said that there is something pretty special about that complex mix of brightly coloured plastic, clear lexan, sweat absorbing foam and silicone that makes goggles one of the only items most […]

Review: 100% Strata Goggles

We all love shiny new things to adorn our bodies and bikes with, especially with the anticipation of a day on a hill with your mates doing what you love, but in today’s economic climate, […]

Oakley Airbrake MX Goggle

When your corporate mantra is “beyond reason” it goes without saying that you push the boundaries of what’s considered ‘standard’ and that’s exactly what Oakley have been cooking with all new Airbrake MX goggle. Just […]

Nitraid x Oakley Frogskin Sunglasses

Following their 2010 collaboration, Nitraid have again partnered with Oakley for a second edition of their popular Frogskin model. This time taking a simpler and more understated design route. As with all Frogskins, the arms […]

Review: Smith Optics Intake Sweat-X Goggles

What do Steve Peat, Brandon Semenuk, Aaron Gwin, Josh Bryceland, Cam McCaul and Brendan Fairclough all have in common? Other than they’re all factory riders at the top of their game, these are all career […]

Review: Oakley Jawbone Glasses

For me, and I’m sure I’m not alone on this one, but Oakley are a brand synonymous with cycling, action sports and of course mountain biking. With their roots firmly in the world of ‘off-roading’ […]