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The legendary Dragon APX was designed and tested in the backcountry of Colorado and has proven to withstand the harshest and most demanding conditions. The APX starts with its Infinity Lens Technology which completely eliminates the frame profile for maximum peripheral vision. The APX comes packed with a variety of lenses options including polarized. Optically Correct Lens with Super Anti-Fog that protects 100% of UV protection. The Dragon APX Goggle has come to change the vision of winter sports for every rider out their whether they are on skis or snowboards.
The Dragon APX Goggle gives you an amazing amount of peripheral vision so you'll see everything clearly. The Infinity lens technology eliminates the frame to give you a true full-range of vision. Super Anti-fog coating prevents moisture from collecting on the lens. The APX Goggle has Uni-Directional air flow which forces air in, but keeps snow out. Triple-layer Polartech fleece foam is feels soft and warm against skin.
Double-wide would be an adequate way to explain the Dragon APX Goggle. This goggle sports a lens so large that Dragon's engineers decided to let the lens completely overlap the edges of the goggle frame, and that means ultimate peripheral vision. And because winter often involves sweaty hikes and blinding bluebird days, the lens of this behemoth was finished with a fog-busting internal coating and 100% UV protection—it doesn't get any better.
Treat your eyes to some legit top of the line goggles, the APX goggles are loaded with tech to make you and your eyes as happy as possible next time you're on the mountain.
|Frame Features:||Helmet Compatible Unidirectional Airflow System Polartec Microfleece Lining Tri-Foam Technology Dual Layer Face Foam|
|Frame Width:||166 mm|
|Goggle Features:||Cylindrical Lens Anti-Fog Helmet Compatible Triple Layer Face Foam Thermal Hard Case|
|Lens Color:||Red Ionized w/ spare Yellow-Blue Ionized lens included|
|Lens Features:||Polarized Super Anti-Fog Optically Correct Lenses UV Protection 100% Infinity Lens Technology|
|Lens Height:||92 mm|
|Lens Width:||166 mm|
|Recommended Use:||skiing, snowboarding|
|Size:||Large Fit Size|
|Ventilation:||uni-directional air flow system|
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They look amazing and they get a lot of attention, which is what I was going for, but they do have drawbacks.
The lens latches into the frame in a way that doesn't feel very secure, and isn't - it's liable to come undone, letting cold air into your goggle, which is bad if there is also moisture, because it will form ice on the inside of the lens.
Also the chrome on the outside is real susceptible to getting scratched up. You have to be pretty paranoid to keep these pristine for long.
First and foremost, these things look awesome. The lenses are killer, and they dont fog. There have been some complaints about these with regards to fogging, but I have had no issues. However, I did notice that the plastic in the frame seemed kinda cheap. I have had no durability issues, but still, made in china...
Compared to my old Oakleys these things are amazing. I have such an insanely huge field of view. The blue lens has been great on the cloudy days and even the bluebird days. I have had no issues with them fogging up on really cold days like some people have had.
These goggles offer a wide field of vision. I wish the strap had a system similar to the IOX. Also fogged a little on the first use. In all fairness I did wear them to hike in for quite a ways and am still happy with them.
Visibility is great when you can actually see out of them! I've had some major problems with these fogging/icing up, I've even had them fog/ice up in between the double lens, which really makes it a b*tch to get down from the top of a mountain on a snowy pow day... Dragon's customer service is lacking as well.. I've sent them two emails asking for advice on this issue and have yet to receive a response after almost a month.. Not impressed at all...