The Bollé story started in 1988 in France, when the company made combs and hair ornaments. After WWII, Bollé led the way in moulding nylon, adding safety glasses to the line in 1950. In 1960, ski goggles were added to the range. The company is now 125 years old, and is one of the world’s most technically advanced makers of protective eyewear. The fact is that Bollé does not produce motorcycle goggles, but they do create a terrific range of products for the military and special forces. As you might expect, these glasses exceed for the standards required for motorcycling, but many of them still work well on a bike. You won't find better quality, or more protective eyewear.