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Steampunk Goggles and Eye Wear

What is a steampunk outfit without a great set of goggles? is your main supplier of  turn of the century eye wear and goggles.

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Airship Pirate Mask

This mask is made from cotton and artificial leather straps that shine bronze-colored on black. Double-layer, it is decorated with bronze colored metal studs and skulls with two metal rings providing breathing holes.

Cybersteam Eye Patch Monocle

These Steampunk goggles have a single, plastic monocle lens with a copper finish and soft rubber around the eyecup. Adjustable elastic strap.

Cybersteam Goggles

This Steampunk eyewear has a plastic construction with antique bronze finish. The plastic lenses are metalized with a copper finish on the outside. Has soft rubber around each eye cup and an adjustable elastic strap.

Elite Police Mask

This Steampunk mask is made of Neoprene and has a filter, breath slots. Adjustable Velcro behind. One size fits most.

Flying Goggles

This Steampunk eyewear features black plastic & wireframes, soft rubber cups, and clear lenses. Adjustable rubber strap. One size. Leather Flying Cap sold separately.

Industrial Goggles

These black plastic Steampunk goggles have semi-mirrored lenses. Feature vents on each side and an adjustable elastic strap with 100% UV 400 protection.

Motoko Goggles

These futuristic goggles are made of acrylic, brass and alloy with silver lenses. Elastic band for a secure fit.

Steampunk Cyborg Mask

This Steampunk mask is made of durable Kydex and has hoses, gears and a mirror over the one eye added onto it. Two satin ribbon ties in the back. One size.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Industrial Goggles

These Goggles are amazing! The lenses are darker in color then they show here. But the functionality and comfort of these goggles cannot be emphesised enough. They are comfortable, sturdy and breathable.

If I have one bad thing to say about them, it's they aren't as pretty as more expensive goggles. But they look real and are far more comfortable
Reviewed by: Andrew, July 15, 2013