(CARLSBAD, CA) October 20, 2005¿Spy Optic, Inc. today announced the release of its 2006 Alloy and Targa motocross goggle lines. Technical improvements to the lines include face foam upgrades and the use of anti-fog-treated, posted polycarbonate lenses across the entire range.
All Spy Alloy goggles have been upgraded from dual density foam to the brand¿s exclusive triple layer IsotronTM face foam featuring moisture-wicking Dri-ForceTM fleece. Spy¿s Alloy line consists of twenty styles, eight of which are new, custom colors with coordinating straps and includes motocross legend Jeremy McGrath¿s MC signature model.
Spy¿s Targa goggles were previously equipped with single layer thermoformed foam. The Targa II now features dual density IsotronTM face foam with Dri-ForceTM fleece. There are eight styles in the Targa line, two of which are new colorations.
Says Spy¿s Director of Product Development Dave Barton, ¿Our consistent research and development fueled by our pro and amateur motocross team ensures that every goggle is designed to provide the ultimate in comfort, safety, performance, and style.¿
In addition to superior foam, all the goggles feature anti-fog treated, posted polycarbonate lenses and are shipping to stores now. MSRP for Alloy ranges from USD $43.95 to $67.45. MSRP for Targa II is USD $32.95.
Spy Optic designs, develops and markets premium products for the action sports and youth lifestyle markets. Spy¿s principal products, sunglasses and goggles, target the action sports market, including surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding, and motocross, and the youth lifestyle market within fashion, music, and entertainment. Spy¿s innovative proprietary products utilize high-quality materials, handcrafted manufacturing processes and engineered optical lens technology to convey premium quality, contemporary style, and progressive design. Spy is a wholly owned subsidiary of Orange 21, Inc. (NASDAQ:ORNG).
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