At MOX we care about your product and the environment. That is why we want our products to last as long as possible. When taken care of properly, your MOX product can last for years or until you decide to replace it. On this page you will find some handy tips to ensure that your product gets the care it deserves.

Storing your goggles

Your MOX goggles come with two protective containers:

  • A soft pouch that protects your goggles’ lens against scratches. This comes in handy when you are having a break, for example, and have to put your goggles down on a table or when you put your goggles in your backpack after a day of riding.
  • A hard case that protects the whole goggles against scratches, compression, and impact. This is useful, for example, when you are transporting your goggles in tightly packed luggage or for long-term storage.

After a day of riding, make sure you let your goggles dry completely. You can wipe away excessive moisture on the frame with a cloth. The rest can air dry. Be careful not to touch the lens with a regular cloth. See the next to sections on how to take care of your lens(es).

Also make sure that the bag and/or hard case you are using are dry as well. Do not expose your goggles to extreme heat, for example, by putting it behind your car’s windscreen in the sun.

Taking care of the outside of the lens

To maintain optimal visibility, you want to keep your lens scratch free and as clean as possible. Therefore, make sure to follow the best-practices outlined below.

Whenever you have snow on your lens, it’s best to shake it of. Do not use your gloves or jacket to clean the lens, as these may leave small scratches.

If you want to clean your lens, because it contains grease or stains, or if you want to dry your lens because it is wet due to snow or rain, you should use the microfiber pouch (that comes shipped with your goggles). Alternatively, you can use any other microfiber cloth. Some jackets, for example, have a microfiber lens-cleaning cloth attached to the inside of one of its pockets.

Make sure that the pouch or cloth you are using is clean. Only use additive-free water and avoid any chemicals. You can use your breath to moisturize the lens before rubbing off any stains. Do not rub the lens when it’s frozen or contains frozen droplets; First let it melt and then wipe off the water or leave it to dry.

Taking care of the inside of the lens

The inside of the lens features an anti-fog coating. It is important to keep this coating in tact, and therefore, you should avoid wiping the inside of the lens under all circumstances. If the inside is wet then preferably leave it to dry naturally or try to dry it with an air blower (e.g., a hair dryer). If really necessary, because the insides got very wet due to snow or because you need to remove a stain that impedes proper vision, then you can carefully dab the inside of the lens with a microfiber cloth (e.g., the lens pouch).

When you are changing lenses, avoid touching the inner lens to prevent greasy finger prints. Instead, hold the lens by its vertical edges.