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Frames are played out.

Expand your view of the world next time you're shredding with the Dragon NFX Goggle. It features Dragon's frameless technology to offer a huge field of vision with plenty of peripheral view and an anti-fog treated lens so you can always see what's ahead on the mountain.

  • Patented frameless technology provides maximum field of vision
  • Dual Lexan lens is treated to keep your view fog-free
  • Lens pull off from of frame with a single motion to make switching lenses quick and easy
  • Armored venting has a plastic cover to protect the foam on top of the goggle
  • Bonus lens included

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5 5

Bigger is better.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Man, these goggles are truly amazing. Not only do they provide a gigantic, unparalleled field of view, but they're perfect for both sunny and low-light conditions with both of the included lenses (I ordered the Rasta/Red Ionized w/Extra Yellow Blue lens). Swapping lenses is super quick, allowing for on-the-fly changing when stormy weather quickly moves in.

Also, these goggles really increase the contrast of on-snow obstacles, giving you amazing clarity and the ability to see every single bump and terrain contour underfoot.

*Note, these work perfect with my helmet, the Smith Vantage, without any gaper gap whatsoever.

Bigger is better.
5 5

Brilliant!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Have tried out alot of diffrent goggles, and also for different uses, such as for snowmobiling and skiing. So far I have only used this one for skiing, and it delivers! Great angle of view, celan design that keeps the snow off the lens, and at least, it does nearly not fog at all, and that considering you are walking and sweating with them on, impressive!
There is also no pressure on my nose, which is great!

4 5

Eye catcher

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These goggles look great on a nice sunny day when the bunny's are plenty, on the other hand the vision is pretty good not the best. could be better due to thick piece of foam inside the goggle, the lens does tend to scratch easily.

Are these goggles eyeglasses compatible?...

Are these goggles eyeglasses compatible? I know that the APXs aren't.

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Hey Dylan I own these and I think these could be eyeglass compatible because there is such a far gap from lense to eye due to large thick piece of foam in the goggle. these goddle look great man but scratch fairly easily

What's the width of these goggles?

What's the width of these goggles?

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pretty wide no sure on measurements, I rarely see people using these with helmets

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I just bought this and tested it against 2 different snowboard helmets and 1 skate helmet I own. Fits quite well under my helmet. No squishing of the nose or anything.

5 5

FCKING AWESOME

These goggles are the biz. I've been waiting for a goggle company to make a frameless cylindrical goggle for awhile now, and these blew my expectations away! They remind me of the old Oakley Blade sunglasses from the 80s.

The fit is spectacular, though large. They feel very similar to the Dragon APX, which I also love. I wear these goggles with my Giro Battle helmet and they work great together. There is no goggle gap or lens fogging. I have an average sized face and big nose, and I don't feel any pressure on the bridge of my nose like I did with Oakleys. There is zero distortion from the cylindrical lens, and switching them out is beyond easy. Just pop one out, and pop the other in.

As far as lenses, they are incredible. I have the Red Ionized for sunny conditions and the Yellow/Blue for poor viz. The Red Ion is great in the sun and offers enough definition to work in overcast conditions. I save the Yellow/Blue for socked in, foggy lighting.