Dragon NFX Goggles

Priced: $83.97 - $160.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Dragon NFX Goggles -

If the Dragon APX was going to give birth to a prodigy it would be the new Dragon NFX goggle. Featured on pros like Luke Mitrani the NFX takes a stand against being able to see the whole mountain with one of the widest lens in the game. The Dragon NFX increases your performance by providing maximum peripheral vision and a comfortable fit. Dual Cylindrical Lens which naturally increase your depth perception while riding. Armored Frame Ventilation keeps your goggles clear and crisp with some extra help from Super-Anti Fog. Quick change lens bracket system allows easy lens change on the fly without any hassle. The Dragon NFX is a frameless wonder that's going to turn heads as you fly right on by.

Fabric:

  • Hypollergenic micro-fleece lining

Fit:

  • Adjustable helmet-compatible strap for better fit

Lining and Layers:

  • Hypoallergenic microfleece foam lining feels soft against skin

Ventilation:

  • Armored venting has a plastic cover to protect the foam on top of the goggle

Frame:

  • Polyurethane frame is durable in cold conditions
  • Lens pull off from of frame with a single motion to make switching lenses quick and easy

Features:

  • Flexible Lexan Lens reduces fog buildup for clear vision
  • Quick Change Lens Bracket System
  • 100% UV protection for better eye protection
  • Dual Lexan lens is treated to keep your view fog-free
  • Patented frameless technology provides maximum field of vision
  • Patented frameless design for better peripheral vision
  • Bonus lens included
Berg's Ski Shop
The Dragon NFX snow goggle is setting the "large-lens" trend on its ear Dragon's frameless tech allows for quick interchange between lenses. The new cylindrical shape gives the NFX a whole new look. Make a statement! The Dragon NFX goggle.
USOutdoor.com
Don't get caught up on the mountain without proper eye protection. The NFX Goggles from Dragon combine their patented frame-less design and a cylindrical lens system, giving you superior peripheral vision. The NFX goggles come with Dragon's 100 percent UV protection and super anti-fog protection, so you won't have to worry about fogging up out on the slopes. A Polartec Microfleece Lining, tri-foam technology and armored venting will keep you comfortable for hours of riding. The Dragon NFX also feature helmet compatibility and a quick change lens system, allowing you to easily adapt to weather conditions up on the mountain.

Campsaver.com

The NFX Goggle by Dragon is based on the APX Goggle, the NFX snow goggles combines all the technology of the patented frameless design and combines it with a new cylindrical lens system. With easy lens interchangeability to adapt to varying conditions. The NFX increases your performance by providing maximum peripheral vision and a comfortable fit.


PeterGlenn

Dragon's patented Frameless Technology gives the NFX Goggles a completely unobstructed view. The frameless design makes these goggles one of the widest in the market, offering you exceptional peripheral vision.Armored ventilation maintains airflow to keeps the lenses fog free. The foam is hypoallergenic and lined in fleece so it will feel soft and gentle against skin. UV protection keeps your eyes safe from the sun.


Backcountry.com

Expand your view of the world next time you're shredding with the Dragon NFX Goggle. It features Dragon's frameless technology to offer a huge field of vision with plenty of peripheral view and an anti-fog treated lens so you can always see what's ahead on the mountain.

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Category:Adult
Frame Color:Jet
Frame Material:Polyurethane
Frame Size:Large
Goggle Features:Helmet Compatible, Interchangeable Lens
Helmet Compatible:Yes
Lens:Polarized Lenses/Anti-Fog/100% UV Protection
Lens Color:Gold Ionized cuts glare in sunny conditions
Lens Material:Dual Lexan
Lens Shape:Flat
Lining:Polartec Microfleece Lining/Tri-Foam Technology
Model #:722-4243
OTG:No
Spare Lens Included?:Yes
Vent:Armored Venting
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Dragon NFX Goggles Reviews:

Reviews:

These goggles are the biz. I've been waiting for a goggle company to make a frameless cylindrical goggle for awhile now, and these blew my expectations away! They remind me of the old Oakley Blade sunglasses from the 80s.
The fit is spectacular, though large. They feel very similar to the Dragon APX, which I also love. I wear these goggles with my Giro Battle helmet and they work great together. There is no goggle gap or lens fogging. I have an average sized face and big nose, and I don't feel any pressure on the bridge of my nose like I did with Oakleys. There is zero distortion from the cylindrical lens, and switching them out is beyond easy. Just pop one out, and pop the other in.
As far as lenses, they are incredible. I have the Red Ionized for sunny conditions and the Yellow/Blue for poor viz. The Red Ion is great in the sun and offers enough definition to work in overcast conditions. I save the Yellow/Blue for socked in, foggy lighting.

Shredwise at Backcountry.com on 03/01/2013

Dragon NFX Review

I have to admit at first I wasn't sure on this goggle. With it being a cylindrical lens i was unsure on the clarity. I was wrong. The fit is amazing and I would compare the clarity to any spherical goggle on the market. The style of this goggle is slick and pretty cool looking. The only thing i would make sure is that if you wear a helmet, that it doesn't have a brim.
Ryan at Skis.com on 08/08/2013

These goggles look great on a nice sunny day when the bunny's are plenty, on the other hand the vision is pretty good not the best. could be better due to thick piece of foam inside the goggle, the lens does tend to scratch easily.

TP at Backcountry.com on 01/01/2014