SCOTT Goggles – How They are Made

Regardless of whether you’re into biking, skiing, or motosports, SCOTT goggles will amplify your ride mile after mile. Here is how they are made.

We want our commitment to INNOVATION to result in more than just good products, we want it to change the way athletes perform. There is no doubt that VISION is a key paramount to performance, that’s why for over 45 years, we have continued to drive our eyewear category forward. As a result, our HERITAGE is more than a history, it’s a compass that guides our business, design, products and culture for the future.

From design to assembly- Our “Vision for the Future” campaign explains the entire process of how a SCOTT Goggle is made:

 

DESIGNING AND ENGINEERING THE FUTURE

We strive to DESIGN with faith in our instincts, confidence in our techniques and a desire to create breakthrough products that enhance the sport experience. The importance we place on TECHNOLOGY is more than just using the latest materials, it’s about understanding what’s possible and applying it to the future.

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764c0410-d75c-4f43-8788-aee171e3a064LENSES PRODUCTION

SCOTT Precision Optics is a quality label which stands for premium materials and innovative manufacturing techniques. This unique combination enables us to offer distortion free, UV protected, high performance lenses of the best quality. It delivers outstanding quality of vision, as well as vital safety.

8bc677e9-3687-4116-a03b-aa947f6ae2a1FRAME PRODUCTION

In order to guarantee the definitive quality and comfort of our goggles, our frame production is based in two goggles factories, one in Austria and one in the USA. They are the key manufactures that both manage the frame production and the final assembly.

STRAP PRODUCTION

Last but not least, the strap. Besides being important aesthetically, it requires the same durability as the lens and frame while providing stability around your head.

Learn more about the SCOTT Vision for the Future

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