Soviet Goggles, late 1980s issue . Prime example of
traditional Soviet "protective"
gear, very similar to goggles worn during late WW2.
Unissued, one size fits all.
Very good to excellent, unissued condition. The metal
lens frames may exhibit tiny areas of corrosion - which
do not detract and will probably polish off. The white
thread seen on the lining dates to when the goggles were
Designed to protect the wearer's eyes from direct blasts
of air, the dozens of tiny ventilator holes in the frames
would have kept the lenses from steaming up in hot or
The frames have an almost Jules Verne quality to them and
that is part of their appeal but please note: while the
Soviets would have considered these to be some sort of
"protective gear", we do not. The lenses are probably not
made of tempered plastic and we do not know how securely
they are mounted in the frames. We offer no warranties
that these will protect you from anything at all. If you
use them, you use them at your own risk!