Riding goggles are ugly in general and motorcycle goggles are over-engineered for bikes. Perhaps some slimline options such as the Bobster cruiser, the compact Bobster crossfire, or the Emgo Bandito would do the trick?
**UPDATE*: I got the Emgo Banditos. They are great.
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The bulk of brands you know are owned by a company called Luxxotica Essilor, which is valued at around 50 billion euros (yep, you read that right). Their brands include Ray-Ban, Oakley, Vogue, Oliver Peoples and Giorgio Armani, and retailers include Clearly, FramesDirect, OPSM and Sunglass Hut.
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