Dragon DX Goggles

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Your wife left you and the kids went with her by choice. You lost your job. Even the dog has lost all respect for you. We may know what's happening. Do you ski in a helmet with sunglasses? Do yourself a favor—grab a pair of Dragon DX Goggles, move to another state, and never, ever go back. People at your home mountain have been laughing at you for years, but you can relocate and start over with a clear reputation. With the DX's timeless style and huge color selection, there's bound to be something you like. Double-layer foam with a microfleece liner coddles your face in cushy comfort, and Dragon's precision optics will have you spotting glasses/goggles-gapers from a quarter mile. Just think—that used to be you.

Lining and Layers:

  • Dual layer face foam for added comfort


  • Medium fit with flat lenses for those with a normal head.


  • Micro Fleece Lining


  • Durable polyurethane frame


  • Super Anti-fog so nothing can slow you down on your ride. Dual lens configuration provides a thermal boundary between the cold outside temperatures and hot body temperatures from within


  • Replaceable Strap


  • Super anti-fog lens for all-day clarity
  • 100% UV Protection
  • Helmet compatible

The Dragon DX Goggles are ready to keep you shredding powder or attacking the groomers all day and not break the bank in the process. The DX goggles are jam packed with features, they'll never be considered basic.

Simple and classy, the Dragon DX Goggle will never be accused of being basic. You won’t have to worry about glare or fog because they come equipped to keep you on the powder all day, instead of sitting on the side watching others ride as you de-fog your goggles.

The DX Goggles from Dragon feature more than enough tech to keep you and your eyes happy the next time you're shredding powder, and they can do all of this without breaking the bank.
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Fit:Medium/Large Fit
Frame Features: Helmet Compatible Polyurethane Frame Unidirectional Airflow System Polartec Microfleece Lining Dual Layer Face Foam
Frame Material:Polyurethane Frame
Goggle Features: Cylindrical Lens Bonus Lens Included
Lens Features: Super Anti-Fog Scratch Resistant Coating Dual Lexan Lenses UV Protection 100%
Lens Material:Dual Lexan
Lens Options: Ionized Jet Amber
Strap: Replaceable Strap Adjustable 1.5" Strap
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Dragon DX Goggles Reviews:


they get the job done. they are no-nonsense goggles that dont fog up and are very comfortable. the lens is slightly distorting as its not a fishbowl lens like some higher end ones. but its not a problem. the only reason i use my anon hawkeyes over these is because the sideways peripheral is fine, but the up/down peripheral is a little cut off compared to large lens goggles. i bought these first and if i didnt have my anons, i would have no problem using these as my everyday goggles. if you need to save some money, you're not sacrificing all that much with these

eric gullander at Backcountry.com on 08/22/2012

My 10-year-old has had trouble finding a goggle that fits correctly. Kid size goggles are too narrow across the temple but adult goggles are way too deep (cover his nose). This goggle is perfect - any kid slightly too big for kids sizes, or adults with smaller faces, will be happy with them. They have worked well in overcast, wet conditions. They work good with his helmet while is use, but they don't want to stay put when he's got them up and not using them (probably because of the shape of the helmet, not the goggles).

psutkus1893657 at Backcountry.com on 01/30/2012