Kroop's Skydiving Boogie Goggles

Kroop's Skydiving Boogie Goggles
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Kroop's Boogie Goggle.

One of the best values in skydiving!

This goggle is a lighter and more vented version of the original Kroop's goggle and provides better peripheral vision. The high clarity flexible lens and a soft vinyl edge easily flexes to any face size. It even fits over most low profile glasses. It's a goggle that has proven itself for over 30 years of air sports.

Choose from 10 frame colors and 2 lens colors above.

The Kroop family name has long been connected with the world of air sports. In the 1950's, Israel Kroop invented the first skydiving goggle. Since then Kroop's goggles have been used in hundreds of millions of jumps, wing walks and glides, in every corner of the world. The Kroop's brand and its products are known for exceptional American made quality and value.

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Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

I just started jumping, BUT These are worth EVERY Penny! I don't wear glasses, and could adjust the strap easily. IF you don't tighten the strap too tight, you'll not have the issue of the previous poster.

My only issue is the lower "cuts" for the fitting around the face actually are able to be seen in vision when looking forward. This is noticeable when on the ground, and on the ride up, BUT not when your in freefall or canopy...

Review by Steak / (Posted on 5/3/2015)
The quality is good. They look and feel well made. But unfortunately they are the most uncomfortable goggles I've ever used. They hurt the bridge of my nose if they are up to high on the back of my head. If I bring down the strap, it digs into my ears. I am very disappointed with the purchase. I am going to try and mod them by putting something softer on the nose so they don't feel like they are digging into my face and leaving goggle marks deeply in bedded into the sky after 30 seconds of wearing them. I have loosened them up, but too loose and you might as well not be wearing goggles on the skydive......
Review by Eric / (Posted on 12/21/2013)
Kroop's Skydiving Boogie Goggles