Vintage Tibetan Motorcycle Goggles… The Choice of the Dalai Lama?

Via on May 12, 2009


So, how can you instantly become the envy of your moto-biking hipster friends while being super eco-stylishly vintage and furthermore,  impressing your friends with an in-the-know Tibet reference? 

Well, you can purchase these incredible vintage Tibetan motorcycle goggles! I was browsing the website of grammy nominated fusion fiddle player Casey Driessen and I stumbled upon his web store… which features the glasses he was wearing on his record cover. I might just have to purchase them for riding my bike… they are amazing!

If you have the time, check out Casey’s music… he’s played with everyone from Bela Fleck to Steve Earle and is a virtuoso on the fiddle.  I’m looking forward to hearing and reviewing his new album “Oog”… but until then, check out the goggles!

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3 Responses to “Vintage Tibetan Motorcycle Goggles… The Choice of the Dalai Lama?”

  1. Tiff Gold says:


  2. anna gee says:

    coolness factor? i give them a 9.8. COOL

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