509 has launched one of the most highly technical goggles to ever hit the snowmobile industry. Introducing the all new Revolver snowmobile goggle. The Revolver is the next evolution in snowmobile goggle technology. Meticulously crafted from the finest materials, no expense was spared in the development of the Revolver. With a decade of snowmobile goggle experience, 509 went back to the drawing board and turned their "dream" goggle into reality.
- Pivot lens technology
- Quick lens change system
- Dual-pane snow lens
- Premium anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings
- Dual frame technology
- Two stage outriggers
- Removable nosemask
- Contoured triple layer foam
- Silicon lined premium strap
Pivot Lens Technology
The Revolver features an over-sized spherical snow lens that gives you incredible field of vision. This dual pane lens features a vast improvement in anti-scratch technology and the inner pane was sourced with only the best anti-fog technology from Italy.
What makes the Revolver unique is its innovative pivot lens lock technology. Using rotational quick release technology, the top center of the lens is secured to the goggle frame. The rotational lens mount allows you to pivot the lens upward away from the frame and out of your field of view without releasing the lens. This allows you to pivot the lens upward to quickly exhaust any built up moisture or fog when stopped without removing your goggles.
Dual Frame Technology
The Revolver features a two part, dual density frame design. The inner frame is made from a flexible material that when combined with 509's triple layer face foam, comfortably contours to your face for a perfect fit. A rigid outer frame is secured to the flexible inner frame creating a durable mounting surface for the pivot lens. The face of the rigid frame is lined with a moisture blocking PORON® gasket that ensures the pivot lens has a moisture tight seal to the frame.
Two Stage Outriggers
Another innovative feature of the Revolver is the two stage outriggers that allow you to customize the fit of your goggle in your helmet. Stage one secures the outriggers tight to the goggle for a sleek look. Stage two moves the outriggers forward and outward away from the goggle for a more aggressive fit with your helmet.