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Bolle Cobra Goggle Review

One of the most important factors within airsoft is protecting your eyes. When you’re firing little plastic balls at each other at a few hundred feet per second, it doesn’t take a genius to figure that being shot in the eye is never going to end well. Wit that in mind, eye protection is a must and most use mesh goggles. They don’t steam up like glasses or lensed goggles do because, well, they’re wire mesh. But they have a downside in that they prevent light getting into your eyes to a degree. This means that when moving into an unlit building, for example, with mesh goggles on, you can lose some of the natural light hitting your eye causing your vision to be diminished slightly. The solution is to wear a lensed goggle or pair of glasses. Unfortunately though, in certain parts of the world, and in particular, here in the UK, goggles steam up making your vision impairment even worse.

Bolle have come up with a revolutionary method of preventing this, but just how good is it?!

Here I take a loog at the bolle Cobra Goggles and see just how “anti-fog” they are!

Michael Perridge
About the Author
Mike is an ex British soldier who now works full time as a private security contractor. He has carried out numerous tasks within the military and within the private sector that involve similar tactics to which can be used in airsoft. He started playing airsoft in 2012 and has since launched this website to share his knowledge with the airsofting community. To find out more about Mike, visit the About Templar Airsoft Page.

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