Each project is refined and tested by Ariete riders in relevant off-road world championship events. Rider feed-back is agreed and incorporated into the final design before this is submitted to the certifying authority for approval.
Ariete technicians have developed a frame that allows a wide field of view both laterally and vertically. This feature makes a vital contribution to rider safety. Adrenaline and Riding Crows goggles are OTG – over the glasses models.
The Ariete Ventilation System uses carefully chosen areas for the intake and exhaust of cooling air. Airflow from the goggles, whose upper front profile is specially lowered to aid this process, enters the collecting vents at the front of the helmet, flows across the rider's head, and leaves the back of the helmet in a continuous process.
The shape of Ariete goggle frames was born from experience under extreme conditions. Ariete technicians have focused on the ergonomics of the frame to ensure that it perfectly fits the rider’s face. The hypoallergenic materials used and the Ariete Ventilation System (A.V.S.) make Ariete goggles uniquely comfortable.
Ariete goggle frames and ancillary components are made with the best technology available. The quality of the tooling ensures that the finish achieved is exemplary.
The search for new materials is never-ending. Ariete has for years worked with the world’s best-known petro-chemical companies. The materials used are the result of research carried out by these companies, and are the best we can find.
Ariete goggles and lenses are certified according to European standards EN 1938:2010; they are provided with Anti-fog treatment, which is optional under European standard EN 1938:2010; they pass the "High Mass" and "High velocity" impact tests provided for by American ANSI standard Z87.1-2003; they meet the requirements of American standard VESC-8.
The ARIETE lens will withstand a 6 mm. steel ball hitting it at 135 miles per hour!
The anti-fog treatment withstands more than twice the minimum requirement of standard 168: 2001.16
The label on the goggles provides the transparency categories of Ariete lenses