Boondock RIG® Goggle
Shipping and Returns
Free shipping for orders over $100.
$10 freight charge for orders under $100.
Orders ship from Rotorua, New Zealand.
Free Returns & Size Exchanges
We want you to be absolutely stoked about your new gear, so we're glad to offer you free returns and size exchanges if it's not quite right for you. You'll have 30 days to return the item for a full refund. We'll even handle the return freight costs! For more information, please see our Returns & Warranty page.
The Boondock is a compact goggle with a semi-frameless design for a clean, modern and minimalist look. Its large, extremely stable 2.2mm thick cylindrical lens and unobtrusive frame deliver an incredible field of vision, with RIG® lens technology ensuring exceptional contrast and definition while dramatically reducing eye strain. This is a medium-sized and snug-fitting goggle, which fits perfectly on small- to medium-sized faces and/or helmets.
Premium details include large vent ports top and bottom and a wide 50mm strap with integrated buckles and frame anchors. The triple-layer foam lining finishes with a fleece layer against the skin for supreme comfort. The inner lens comes with our new and improved anti-fog technology, Clear AF, ensuring the optimum visibility in demanding conditions.
RIG® Lens Technology
RIG® is a revolutionary lens technology developed by Sweet Protection to provide superior contrast-enhanced vision, minimise color distortion and reduce eye fatigue. RIG® controls which wavelengths of light are transmitted through the lens, enabling the eyes to see more detail and protecting them from harmful rays. By choosing to 'RIG® your experience', you are choosing game-changing vision that allows you to push your limits, no matter where you play.
Experience the Difference
Match your RIG® lens to the conditions you play in.
Choose from a wide range of lens tints and VLT ratings to suit all uses.
Visible Light Transmission (VLT) describes the percentage of light in the environment that reaches your eye after passing through the lens. A lower number corresponds to a darker lens. Generally speaking, a higher VLT lens will suit lower light conditions, and a lower VLT lens will suit brighter, sunnier conditions.