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Last Minute Pugs Gear Holiday Gifts for Everyone in the Family!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Dec 16, 2015 8:30:00 AM

It’s that time of year again!  There’s a chill in the air, the malls are buzzing and packages are rolling in.  Luckily for you, your holiday shopping finished early this year after you hit the malls early in the season and ordered everything else online.  Let’s see, there’s a watch for your husband, a doll for your niece, a movie for your mom, and I forget what I got your Uncle Frank…  Oh no!  You forgot Uncle Frank!  And your sister Sue!  And how could you have missed your cousin Phil?!

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Topics: Electronics, Summer Apparel, Motorcycling

Biker Goggles You Can Depend On

Posted by Nathan Miller on May 19, 2014 12:06:51 PM


The summertime is finally here, and with it comes great opportunities to hit the road! Whether you want to pack the family in the RV, hop in the convertible, or cruise on your motorcycle, people everywhere love a nice vacation road trip. If you're taking the motorcycle out for a ride, you know you've gotta have the most reliable equipment to have a good time. Experienced riders have seen it all when it comes to their gloves, helmets, and goggles, and don't have time to waste on sub par gear.

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Topics: Motorcycling

Are Your Biker Goggles Protecting Your Eyes?

Posted by Alex Repola on Feb 28, 2014 8:00:00 AM

The two things you don’t want to do when you are riding your motorcycle are to strain your eyes or grow fatigued. So  when you are riding, you will want to wear the best goggles to protect your eyes from the sun, insects, dust, and debris so you can have a safe and comfortable ride.

Ultra-violet protection is a great feature to have because it protects your eyes from the sunlight. UVA wavelengths (320-400 nm) are only slightly affected by ozone levels. Most UVA radiation is able to reach the earth's surface and can contribute to tanning, skin aging, eye damage, and immune suppression. UV 400 Protection lenses are engineered to block 100% of all harmful blue light up to 400 nanometers. Biker goggles with UV 400 offer the best protection while riding.

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Topics: Motorcycling

You're a Fool If You Don't Invest in Biker Sunglasses

Posted by Nathan Miller on Feb 15, 2014 9:00:00 AM

To have the perfect biking experience, safety and comfort is paramount. How can you guarantee safety and comfort when riding? The obvious choice is a helmet, protecting you in accidents and won't be uncomfortable during a long ride. But the reality is that there's more to bike safety than just the helmet or clothes you're wearing on the ride.

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Topics: Motorcycling

A Rider's Right to Protect His Eyes

Posted by Marc Herschberger on Jan 30, 2014 8:30:00 AM

Every biker should have at least two different pairs of sunglasses with two very different sets of lenses, but most do not.  When people talk about motorcycle riding glasses, they often think of the middle of the day in the desert, with the wind whipping sand and dirt up into their eyes.  That’s great; most people have a pair just for that occasion, but what about the other times in the day where dark sunglass lenses can be a detriment?  What about low light situations where there still may be light, but not enough to warrant your normal motorcycle goggles?

Have you heard of yellow or amber lenses?  These particular lenses help to absorb UV and blue light, resulting in a much brighter view for the wearer, no matter if the sun is out or the fog is rolling in.  These lenses are best used during the less lit times of the day, such as dawn and dusk, but can also be broken out during cloudy or stormy days.  Now of course these lenses aren’t perfect for every situation, and that’s why we recommend the second pair of glasses that best protect your eyes during those hot, sunny days.

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Topics: Sunglasses, Motorcycling, For Your Health

How Can You Protect Your Eyes For Your Favorite Snow Sports?

Posted by Nathan Miller on Jan 10, 2014 9:13:00 AM

Skiing and snowboarding are both really fun activities. What’s great about both of these snow sports is you never have to worry about them getting boring. When you’re a beginner, you’ll be plenty challenged by simply focusing on staying vertical as you go down the side of a mountain. As your skills progress, you’ll be able to tackle bigger slopes that result in you flying down with more speed. And as you go along with either snow sport, you will continue to pick up a wide range of new techniques and tricks.

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Topics: Sunglasses, Motorcycling

Hey Nerd! Stop Wearing Motorcycle Goggles Over Your Glasses!

Posted by Marc Herschberger on Nov 20, 2013 8:30:00 AM

Hey you! Yeah, you nerd!  Are you still riding around on your bike wearing your motorcycle goggles over your glasses?  Well stop it!  It can’t be comfortable and it definitely isn’t helping your look.  I get why you’re doing it, you want more protection around your eyes because your sunglasses just aren’t cutting it, but what if I told you there was another way without having to be the nerdiest biker in town?  Ah, I see I have your attention!

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Topics: Sunglasses, Motorcycling

Are You Pugs Gear Ready?

Posted by Marc Herschberger on Sep 2, 2013 7:00:00 AM

Not everyone has what it takes to be a true Pugs gear fan.  In fact, it takes a very special kind of person to really rock a pair of Pugs and know what they’re all about.  We’re a rough and tumble kind of brand, looking to break the mold in almost any way possible, whether it’s providing quality cheap sunglasses to people across the nation or skipping out on the big city buzz on weekends for the open road and crisp mountain air.  Think you have what it takes to call yourself a true Pugs gear fan?  Have a look at a few of our indicators below and see where you stand!

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Topics: Sunglasses, Gloves, Motorcycling

3 Things Riders Look For In Motorcycle Glasses and Goggles

Posted by Marc Herschberger on Aug 26, 2013 7:00:00 AM

Riders are their own breed, always have been.  Whether the open road is your playground or mounds of dirt and 50 foot jumps, your bike is your way of life and the gear you wear on it needs to fit your lifestyle.  For those of us that ride, you’ll know that the gear you need for when you’re on your bike has to be special.  Your boots need to be just a bit tougher than most, your gloves strong enough to win a fight against asphalt and your motorcycle goggles and sunglasses a mixture of style, versatility and comfort.  Those three elements are key when it comes to riders choosing their next pair of motorcycle glasses and here’s a better explanation why they need each one of them.

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Topics: Sunglasses, Motorcycling


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