The Top 5 OTG (Over the Glasses) Motorcycle Goggles of 2017

Ready to ride, but still need to see? Below are the best motorcycle goggles that fit over glasses.

Contact lenses can be uncomfortable and prescription inserts are expensive (not to mention having to carry around your eyeglasses separately). OTG goggles alleviate pressure on the temples by either offering extra-roomy interiors, or special cutouts on the side foam to allow the arms of your glasses to pass through without getting crunched!

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Big Ben motorcycle goggles for glasses

1. Big Ben Goggles

Price: $14 – 18
Tint: Dark
Interchangable lenses: No
Temple cutouts: No
Polarized: No

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They call these otg riding goggles “Big Ben” for a reason – they’re large, and especially roomy on the interior, which helps prevent fog on your glasses, and they’re spacious enough for most prescription eyeglasses*. What sets these goggles apart from the rest is their wraparound design, which offer excellent peripheral vision. The elastic strap is high quality, they are flexible enough to conform comfortably to your face, and also come in a clear lens model.

*Note: The few complaints with the Big Ben motorcycle goggles have been with the high nose bridge, which sometimes impedes certain eyeglass frame shapes from fitting. Therefore, these work best with eyeglasses that have a similar tall shape to the goggles themselves.


Bobster Pheonix motorcycle goggles to wear over glasses

2. Bobster Phoenix

Price: $20 – 25
Tint: Dark, Clear, Amber
Interchangable lenses: Yes
Temple cutouts: Yes
Polarized: Yes

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The Bobster motorcycle goggles fit over eyeglasses with ease, thanks to large temple cutouts in the foam, and a flexible polyurethane frame, comfortably conforming to any face. The lenses are interchangeable, and come with three – smoke, clear, and amber – perfect for riding in any light conditions. They’re also one of the two OTG motorcycle goggles on the list with polarized lenses!


Pacific Coast riding goggles for people with glasses

3. Pacific Coast Airfoil Riding Goggles

Price: $20 – 25
Tint: Dark
Interchangable lenses: No
Temple cutouts: No
Polarized: No

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If you’re looking for a more vintage/pilot style goggle, these Pacific Coast Airfoil goggles might be right up your alley. They fit well under half helmets, and accommodate larger framed eyeglasses like aviators, without pushing them into your face.

These over the glasses motorcycle goggles have clear lenses that aren’t removeable, but they do also come in a smoke lens model.


carboss motorcycle goggles for prescription lenses

4. Carboss Motorcycle Goggles

Price: $20 – 23
Tint: Medium
Temple cutouts: No
Polarized: Yes

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These all-around fitover goggles function well for more than just riding. They’re lightweight and ergonomic to all face sizes and their scratch-resistant (and polarized!) lenses and rubberized seal keep wind, dust, and bugs away from your eyes in all conditions.

The Carboss otg goggles offer a large vertical space to fit taller eyeglasses, with a lower nose bridge than others in this list.


Spider otg motorcycle riding goggles

5. Spider Over Glasses Motorcycle Goggles

Price: $20 – 24
Tint: Dark, Clear
Interchangable lenses: Yes
Temple cutouts: No

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With two interchangeable anti-fog lenses included, this OTG motorcycle goggle has a sleek profile, yet still allows a comfortable fit over glasses under 5.25″ in width (temple to temple). The air vents are well-designed, without causing too much cold air to rush in, yet still keeping the interior (and your eyeglasses) free of fog.