Dragon APXS Replacement Lens

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Dragon APXS Replacement Lens
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The Dragon APXS Replacement Lens will fit seamlessly into your APXS Goggle frames. The APXS Replacement Lens feature Dragon's premium anti-fog technology, which utilizes the same anti-fog chemicals used by NASA in order to ensure your vision stays clear in any weather condition. The Dragon APXS Replacement Lens offer 100 percent UV protection and eliminate distortion through tapered geometries. Whether you are needed to replace a lost lens or looking to add to your collection to optimize for a variety of weather conditions, Dragon's replacement lens have you covered.

Features:

  • Anti-fog treatment helps keep your view clear
  • UV-blocking tech protects your eyes from the sun's harmful radiation
  • Optically correct shape matches the shape of your eye for distortion-free vision
Backcountry.com
The weather-dude said it was going to be sunny, so of course it's cloudy and snowy, and you're rocking your darkest lens to protect you from the non-existent sun. It's a good thing you brought a Dragon APX Goggle Replacement Lens so you're ready for unexpected changes in the weather and the light.

Snowboards.net (2014)

The APXs Replacement Lens use Infinity Lens Technology which provides 100% UV protection from harmful rays while reducing glare and offers a balanced light transmission for improved vision while offering the highest amount of peripheral vision. NASA approved Super Anti-Fog Lens coating controls fog build up while in any snow condition.

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Category:Replacement Goggle Lenses
Frame Size:Fits Most Faces
Lens Shape:Spherical
Model #:722-3951
UV Protection:100 percent
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Dragon APXS Replacement Lens Reviews:

Reviews:

Blue Ionized Lens
25%-35% Light Transmission
Best for variable cloudy to bright conditions by adding definiton and cutting glare
Clear Lens
85%-95% Light Transmission
Best for light to night light conditions
Gold Ionized Lens
20%-25% Light Transmission
Best for bright sunny conditions by adding definition and cutting glare
Green Ionized Lens
Feature light transmission 20%-25%
Best for bright sunny conditions by adding definition and cutting glare.
Red Ionized Lens
Feature light transmission 20%-25%
Best for bright sunny conditions by adding definition and cutting glare.
Eclipse Lens
Feature light transmission 6%-15%
Eliminates the harshest of sun conditions and reflective glare.
Jet Polar Lens
25-30% Light Transmission
Best for bright sunny conditions by adding definition and cutting glare
Rose Lens
35%-40% Light Transmission
Best for variable cloudy to bright conditions by adding definition and cutting glare
Yellow Lens
75%-80% Light Transmission
Best for low light to night light conditions

Jeff at Backcountry.com on 08/21/2013

Blue Ionized Lense actually work really good at night time in my opinion they worked better than yellow. For sunny days blue ionized is a bit too bright specially if you have sensitive eyes, I used that lense all last season in all kinds of conditions & they worked fine if you are not picky. This lense color works great for cloudy, snowy & night time.
The only down side to these lenses is that you have to be extra careful since they scratch really easily (more than other brands or other dragon models) & are real expensive to replace.

muchachita linda at Backcountry.com on 12/13/2013