CHRIS BURANDT SIGNATURE SERIES
The man, the myth, the legend. Mr. Chris Burandt came to us and demanded a redesign of his goggle. He wanted something innovative, stylish, and FRESH. Our team of designers followed his lead and crafted the freshest goggle in the history of the snowmobile industry. Ladies and gentlemen...behold the 2013 Chris Burandt Sinister Goggle! Featuring a plain yellow tint lens.
Whether you are a Ski Doo enthusiast or just a fan of yellow in general, these goggles are for you! Featuring a gold mirror/yellow tint lens.
Bling! All new for 2013 are the BLACK GOLD Sinisters. Featuring a gold mirror lens with yellow tint, Gold mirrored trim piece, nosemask buttons, and gold metal emblem on the strap!
DRIFT The Drift goggle features a stylish black and white pattern and also matches our DRIFT helmet perfectly! Featuring a chrome mirror/yellow tint lens
Nightvision While these may not be true infrared nightvision goggles, they are the next best thing! No longer do you have to buy a second lens for your night riding. Just pick up a setup Nightvision's and they'll come pre-installed with a plain clear lens. These goggles are PERFECT for night riding! The frame features a black to CLEAR paint job. Yes the bottom of the frame is translucent clear!
ORANGE Check out these all new orange Sinister goggles. They feature a vibrant orange paint job and a orange mirror/yellow tint lens.
GREEN Hey Arctic Cat fans! Or fans of GREEN in general...these goggles are for you. They feature a black frame with green accent pieces, green strap pattern and perhaps the coolest lens yet...the all new GREEN MIRROR/yellow tint lens!
REALTREE CAMO 509 has teamed up with REALTREE to offer new exciting new 509 REALTREE Camo goggles. For all you camo enthusiasts these goggles have your name written all over them!
REALTREE WHITE CAMO How about these officially licensed REALTREE WHITE camo goggles? Pretty slick!
REALTREE PINK CAMO And for all your ladies...behold the REALTREE PINK CAMO Sinister 509 goggles!
PINK SPLASH LADIES! (or Fellas) - The Pink Splash goggles are for you! Featuring a wicked pink splash design and all new vibrant pink mirror lens! These also match our PINK SPLASH HELMET perfectly!
GLOSS BLACK WITH YELLOW LENS Now you can purchase a sleek set of gloss black Sinister 509 goggles that come pre-installed with a plain yellow lens! No longer do you have to purchase your yellow lens separately!
BLACK OPS POLARIZED The SINISTER BLACK OPS, is our best selling goggle of all time!. And for good reason. It was the first 509 goggle that comes standard with a polarized smoke lens. This special edition model features a new matte black frame color, 509 metal badge on the strap, and of course a smoke tint polarized lens. Retail is $99.95, saving you $15 off buying a polarized lens and Sinister goggles separately.
WHITEOUT BLACK POLARIZED The Whiteout Black Polarized goggles, feature a polarized yellow lens. This lens is GREAT for nearly all weather conditions. It's our lens of choice in the backcountry.
WHITEOUT WHITE POLARIZED The Whiteout White Polarized goggles, feature a polarized yellow lens. This lens is GREAT for nearly all weather conditions. It's our lens of choice in the backcountry.
PINK (with rose tint/fire mirror lens)
509 Sinister snowmobile goggles were designed from the ground up to be, what we feel, is the first 'true' snowmobile specific goggle. Every design element and every feature was specifically engineered to tailor specifically for a snowmobilers requirements. There is a HUGE difference between a ski goggle and a 509 snowmobile specific goggle. So often we see sledders frustrated with their poorly performing goggles and as no coincidence they are always a ski or snowboard brand.
Active snowmobiling creates a truly unique set of circumstances that ski goggles simply can not keep up with. First off they are no designed for MX style helmet compatibility. They do not have adequate venting to keep up with the rigors of aggressive riding. 509 goggles address every issue that is relevant to a snowmobiler and after just one use, I'm sure you will agree with thousands of other sledders: There really is no greater alternative goggle for the snowmobile market.
Unlike ski goggles, which use a fixed strap mount, our goggles are designed to work specifically with an open faced helmet. The strap is attached to an articulating hinge system, which ensures a perfect fit with any open faced helmet by allowing the goggle to fit firmly, yet entirely comfortably against your face. These articulating hinges open up, allowing the goggle to sit further back in your helmet without pulling the sides of the goggle away from your face. This ensures a perfect seal against your face every time. No more air and fog causing moisture leaks inside the goggle. Hinged strap mounts provide the absolute best fit with any MX style helmet. One of the leading causes of fogging is moisture inside the goggle. Our hinge system eliminates these issues completely.
Large removable rubber nose mask. This mask completely covers your nose and extends to cover parts of your cheeks as well. This added protection blocks biting wind & stinging snow roost from battering your exposed nose and cheeks. Say goodbye to cold, red noses after a long days ride. Our unique design allows you to easily install or remove the mask in a matter of seconds. When installed it says securely fastened and WILL NOT fall off while in use. It is made with a rigid plastic upper frame which acts as a secure mounting base. Below this thin base is the heart of the mask which is made of a reflexible rubber. The flexible rubber design allows you to easily put on the goggles without catching on your helmet.
509 goggles have the most comfortable foam in the industry, bar none. They feature a triple layer design, which consists of three layers of moisture wicking foam. These layers have a varying density which work together in wicking moisture away from your face and preventing moisture from entering inside the goggle.
We have also added oversized foam. This wider foam extends beyond the frame of the goggle, providing a larger footprint. This extra foam fills any air gaps inbetween the goggle and the helmet, blocking cold wind from hitting exposed skin on your forehead and cheeks. We also increased the thickness of the foam to 20mm. At just shy of 1 inch our foam provides the most comfortable fit on the market.
509 goggles come standard with a dual pane cold weather specific lens. The standard lens has a yellow tint, which is great for low light and definition, and a chrome finish. The chrome finish is not just for looks. It refracts bright sunlight away from the goggles. We improved the optics for 2009 by creating a curved spherical lens which precisely matches the curvatures of the goggle frame. This improves the optics by minimizing light distorting.
All 509 lenses include four foam lined ventilation ports, 100% UV blocking, anti fog & anti scratch coating, and shatter proof material. All lenses are replaceable and interchangeable. They are available in 11 colors for a variety of different weather conditions.
A triple silicon lining on the inside of the strap, keep the strap and goggle in place. No more constant adjusting. Set the strap where you want it, and it holds firmly in place all day long, ensuring your goggles are evenly held against your face.
All interchangable between every goggle we make.
Ventilation is key in a snowmobile specific goggle. Too much ventilation makes for a cold day. Not enough and you'll have fogging issues. We engineered 14 vents across the top, sides, bottom, and lens which create a continual flow of cool comfortable air, thus exhausting all the hot air out the bottom of the goggle. This provides for a controlled climate inside the goggle, keeping you comfortable and fog free.
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