Leatt’s brand-new goggles finally unveiled 

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (March 7, 2019) – The inventors of the Leatt-Brace® just announced the launch of their brand-new range of goggles.

An exciting new addition to Leatt’s growing range of products, the Velocity goggles were developed with WideVision anti-glare, anti-fog tech and 2.7mm military spec lenses.

The range consists of three types of goggles, namely the 6.5 Iriz, the 6.5 and the 6.5 Roll-Off goggles. Designed to work in all conditions, to fit well, and thelenses of the goggles are bulletproof tested and certified to: ANSI Z87.1-2015, CE EN 1938 :2010 and Military ballistic standard (MIL-DTL-43511D), making them super durable. 

They are all equipped with a 170° WideVision Anti-Fog, easy clip-in/out lens and a self-draining frame/lens design.

Feature Summary:

  • 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 6.5 Iriz is available in six colorways and has an SRP of $89.99, the 6.5 in seven colors $79.99, and the Roll-Off in four colors for $99.99.

There are nine anti-fog lenses ranging from 20-83% Visible Light Transmission (VLT), same fit lens for the entire range, prices starting at $9.99 - $24.99.

The mean-looking Leatt bulletproof goggles are made to military specification, tough enough to look the Thrill right in the eye without backing down! 


About Leatt: Leatt® develops personal protective equipment and ancillary products for all forms of sports, especially action sports. The Leatt-Brace® is an award-winning neck brace system considered the gold standard for neck protection for anyone wearing a crash helmet as a form of protection. It was designed for participants in action sports or riding motorcycles, bicycles, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, and other vehicles.  For more information, visit

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