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  • Dragon - D1 Goggle Replacement Lens - Yellow
  • Dragon - D1 Goggle Replacement Lens - Jet

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  • Dragon - D1 Goggle Replacement Lens - Yellow
  • Dragon - D1 Goggle Replacement Lens - Jet

Dragon D1 Goggle Replacement Lens

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    Get those D1's dolled up and ready to ride.

    Replace your shredded lens or get that essential tint with the Dragon D1 Replacement Lens. All Dragon lenses provide 100% UV protection and exceed ANSI Z87.1 impact test standards. The dual-lens design and Dragon's anti-fog treatment reduce fogging, and the tough polycarbonate construction is tough to scratch or break. A polarized version is available to cut out glare.

    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.

    • Anti-fog
    • Tough polycarbonate
    • 100% UV protection
    • Exceeds ANSI Z87.1 standards
    • Item #DRA0456

    Tech Specs

    Polarized
    yes, optional
    Compatibility
    Dragon D1 Goggles
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    I just bought the D1 that came with the...

    I just bought the D1 that came with the ionized and the extra amber lens, and I was wondering if one of these will be sufficient for night riding or if I need to pick up another extra lens. Are the yellow lenses for night skiing?

    Tzbp,



    For night skiing a yellow lens will work nicely, but that depends on the quality of lighting at the resort your at.



    Personally growing up I used both yellow and clear lens' but prefer a clear lens.



    The ionized and extra amber lens most likely won't be great for night skiing. You could get away with it every now and then but I would recommend against it.



    Jared D.

    Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055