Dragon D3 OTG Goggles

Dragon D3 OTG Goggles
Dragon D3 OTG Goggles
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D3 OTG Goggles by Dragon
While other goggle companies are experimenting with futuristic frames and over-the-top designs, Dragon is keeping the style simple and focusing on performance with the D3 Goggles. They feature a classic shape with a large frame and spherical lens so you can spot every detail as you surf through powder or charge down the park. The optically correct lens offers undistorted vision so you can correctly judge your line, and the large frame allows for wider peripheral vision so you can spot secret stashes that other people miss. Super Anti-Fog technology and the Unidirectional Airflow System work together to keep your lenses crystal clear even on the wettest pow days. Triple face foam provides a comfy, secure fit, and adjustable hinges allow seamless helmet interface so you can comfortably rock the D3s with your brain bucket. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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