Dragon PXV Goggles

Dragon PXV Goggles
Dragon PXV Goggles
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PXV Goggles by Dragon
Expand your field of view as you rip through trees and over jumps with the Dragon PXV Goggles. These goggles are catered to large faces and focus on maximizing peripheral view by putting the lens closer to your face, sticking with the ever popular frameless design and Lumalens technology. To make sure your vision stays clear all day even in heavy snow or after a big tumble, the PXV is equipped with Super Anti-Fog coating and Armored Venting on top of the frame. Additionally triple-layer foam and 100% UV Protection adds the comfort and protection that you would expect from a top of the line goggle.

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SKU: DRA008P
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