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ADV ProductsLeatt Launches All-New Goggles With Bulletproof Protection

Leatt Launches All-New Goggles With Bulletproof Protection

Leatt’s Velocity 6.5 range of goggle take eye protection to a whole new level.

Published on 03.07.2019

Leatt just announced the launch of their brand-new range of goggles. The name Leatt is synonymous with protection, so you can expect they look at goggles with an eye on maximum safety. And you can bet they are serious about it — their new Velocity 6.5 goggles are bulletproof tested and certified to military ballistic impact standards (MIL-DTL-43511D) making them incredibly tough.

Yet the new Velocity 6.5 goggles do more than just protect your eyes from a ballistic impact, or the vicious roost of your buddy’s KTM 1090. They also feature dual pane anti-fog lenses with a 170° of visual range. Plus, it’s incredibly easy to clip-in/out the lenses when you need to swap or clean them. Better yet, they come with a dual-density frame for a perfect fit, seal and comfort. Several different lens tint options are also available.

Leatt Velocity 6.5 Goggles


Leatt Velocity 6.5 Goggles

Main Features

• Anti-glare, anti-fog tech
• Bulletproof tested to military ballistic standards
• 170° WideVision
• Detachable nose piece for multi-purpose/condition usage
• Easy clip-in/out lens
• Self-draining frame/lens

The Velocity range consists of three types of goggles, namely the 6.5 Iriz, the 6.5 and the 6.5 Roll-Off goggles. The 6.5 Iriz is available in six colorways and has an MSRP of $89.99, the 6.5 in seven colors at $79.99, and the Roll-Off in four colors for $99.99. There are also nine anti-fog lenses ranging from 20-83% Visible Light Transmission (VLT), with prices starting at $9.99-$24.99.

We’ve already begun testing a pair and we can attest that they are some of the best fitting, most comfortable goggles we’ve ever worn. And if they can stop a bullet (we’ll take their word for it), we expect them to be super durable too. Stay tuned for more details!

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March 7, 2019 11:39 am

FYI, MIL-DTL-43511D is strong, but NOT bulletproof! In fact it wouldn’t even stop most air gun pellets. They’re rated to stop a .22 projectile at about 500 fps. A typical .22 rifle cartridge produces 1500 fps, and many air rifles are up to 900 fps. So DO NOT SHOOT SOMEONE IN THE EYE WITH THESE ON. But they will be plenty strong for what you’ll likely require on the track or trail.

Ron adkins
Ron adkins
October 19, 2021 2:01 pm
Reply to  Rick

Thx for that almost fell for it.. so who has truly bullet proof goggles if any or would a face shield be better?


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