Have you ever taken a rock – or even a June bug – to the neck while riding? You know how much that hurts. Now imagine that happening to your unprotected eye. Even without flying solid objects, your eyes are at risk every time you ride. At highway speeds, the wind is enough to make it difficult to see, and glasses that don’t seal around your eyes offer minimal help. That’s probably why several states require motorcyclists to wear eye protection. Naturally, we think the eye protection offered by a full-face helmet is the best option.