End the injustice.
Kids seem to get shorted a lot when it comes to outdoor gear. It's true that they grow. We get that. But that doesn't make it any easier to avoid hitting a tree when you can't see through a cheapo, single-lens, department store goggle. Von Zipper didn't skimp when it designed the Kids' Trike Goggle, it's the real deal, with dual spherical lenses for fog-free vision with excellent peripheral coverage. The Trike is also loaded with a quick-release rear clip, dual adjustment strap, fleece-lined triple density face foam, and a thermo-molded polyurethane frame. It even comes with a microfiber storage bag.
- Dual cylindrical polycarbonate lens
- Barricade anti-fog and hard-coated lens
- Top and bottom vents
- Child-specific frame size
- Thermo-injected polyurethane frame
- Helmet compatible
- Fleece-lined, triple-density face foam
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little man in the pack is sporting these
Van is 2 1/2. The VonZipper Trike goggles work well for him.
Little goggles built like adult goggles
Rad little goggles that appear to be well built. Double lens, soft foam etc. Bought for my 2 1/2 year old. Although they are probably built for someone a little bigger, they fit him well and stay put. They are nicer than the few pairs of kids goggles that we have experience with.
I like them very much and I may purchase another pair for my daughter who is older.
What size "kid" do these things fit? Are...
What size "kid" do these things fit? Are we talking a 5 year old or a 10 year old?
It is hard to say, but 5-12 year olds should be fine in these. I've even seen some smaller women rocking the Trike.
People say 5 and up; but, depending on your kid's face, they could work on smaller kids.
My boy is 2 1/2 and they stay in place and don't smash his nose/block his eyes etc. They actually appear to fit him fine.
Hey there little buddy
Treat your kid to some style this winter. The Trike is a great fitting goggle for someone 5 years and up. It is basically a smaller version of the Beefy for kids. Same styling and quality as the bigger stuff, just in a smaller package.