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  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Purple Iron
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Clear
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Amber
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Silver Ion
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Pink Ion
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Blue Ion

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  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Purple Iron
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Clear
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Amber
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Silver Ion
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Pink Ion
  • Dragon - D1 Goggles Replacement Lens - Lumalens Blue Ion

Dragon D1 Goggles Replacement Lens

$19.95 - $34.95

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    • Lumalens Purple Iron, One Size
      $34.95
    • Clear, One Size
      $19.95
    • Lumalens Amber, One Size
      $19.95
    • Lumalens Silver Ion, One Size
      $19.95
    • Lumalens Pink Ion, One Size
      $34.95
    • Lumalens Blue Ion, One Size
      $34.95
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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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    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    The lenses will function and fit in the goggles, nothing wrong there. Just the photos and descriptions/percent transmitted info is pretty misleading. The silver ion lens is NOT a mirror type finish as the computer generated picture here shows. It is essentially a dark amber lens with a slight flash reflection to it...you barely notice any mirror. It's also not that dark, it's listed as a 20% VLT lens but seems brighter than my current lenses that are rated as 20+% which doesn't make sense. These would be a good shade for all around use I bet, but it is not at all what I expected.

    The dark smoke lens is also not very dark. It is also a slightly different shade of grey than another pair of dark smoke compared to on a NFX2 goggle...why is that? This one has more of a green hue and doesn't seem as dark. The lens isn't as dark as most/all grey sunglasses. It's not necessarily an all out bluebird lens.

    There essentially isn't a full bluebird offering I'm aware of for this frame. I've looked through the blue ion before, and although it seems like a good contrast lens it is also not dark nor fully mirrored either. This was on an NFXs I think, so who knows if it's different on the D1.

    So yeah, lenses are fine if you know and understand which ones you want and are getting. Dragon's lack of full info is why this is rated 3 and products returned.

    Unanswered Question

    Will the Dragon D1 Goggle Replacement Lens fit the DRAGON D1XT Goggles Throwback?

    Thanks

    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