Dragon X1 Goggles

Dragon X1 Goggles
Dragon X1 Goggles
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X1 Goggles by Dragon
The Dragon X1 Goggles are the next step in the evolution of Dragon's Frameless goggle design. They offer a lower profile fit than previous Frameless goggles for a truly uninhibited field of vision that allows you to see your surroundings clearly. From picking out powder stashes to spotting your landing on a backside seven, the X1 helps you keep an eye on whatever is happening on the mountain. An optically-correct injected spherical lens help you see the slopes without any distortion, and a low-profile fit and large lens keeps the frame out of sight for an unrestricted field of view. Super Anti-Fog technology keeps your lens clear, and Armored Venting circulate air while keeping snow out. Triple face foam with a microfleece lining offers a comfy and secure fit that won't create pressure points. The X1 is helmet-compatible so you can stay safe out there, and silicone strap backing prevents the goggles from slipping.

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