100 Percent have revised their Racecraft, Accuri and Strata line-up of MTB goggles with a 17.5% increase in vertical field of view. The collection covers a $25-$75 price range, offering a quality set of goggles to suit most wallets. Let’s take a closer look at the updates for 2021, and the subtle differences between the models.
100 Percent Gen 2 MTB Goggles
The major update we see to the 100% Gen 2 line is the significant increase in vertical field of view. Other updates include the addition of improved nose fitment derived from the top of the range $100 Armega goggle.
All three 100% Gen 2 goggles use their proprietary photochromic lens that adapts to varying light conditions to give crystal clear vision at all times. It is treated with an anti-fog coating – $17.50 gets you a replacement. They are also all compatible with triple-post tear offs.
100% Racecraft 2
The 100% Racecraft is one of their higher end MTB goggles, packed with features. Notable is the dual injected wider outrigger system that allows the rider to adjust the goggle position without getting the main frame and lens muddy. It also gets a removable nose guard that deflects roost & debris.
A 45mm silicone strap holds the goggle firmly in place on the rider’s helmet. A plush thermoformed triple-layer face foam adds comfort and soaks up sweat to prevent fogging.
100% Accuri 2 MTB Goggle
The mid-range Accuri is aesthetically and functionally more svelte than the Racecraft. It loses the outriggers and removable nose piece but retains the same ventilated frame design, with a 45mm silicone strap and tear-off compatibility.
The Budget Option – 100% Strata 2
The Strata 2 is 100 Percent’s most wallet-friendly option. Like the Racecraft 2 and Acurri 2, it gets the same field of view update – now 17.5% larger than the original Strata. But, it is the most basic design. It loses the outriggers and removable nose piece we see on the Racecraft, and the vents in the lower section of the frame that we see on the Accuri.
However, it is still tear-off compatible, running the same lens as the other more expensive MTB goggles from 100%. And, it gets the same wide silicone strap. The face foam drops to a double layer, as opposed to the triple layer we see on the others.
Pricing & Availability
With a clear lens, the 100% Racecraft 2 will set you back $65. The Accuri 2 comes in at £45, while the entry-level Strata 2 is priced at a very appealing $25. For the mirrored lens, smack $10 on top. All second generation 100 Percent mountain biking goggles are available now, direct from 100%.