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Dragon NFX Goggles Replacement Lens

$29.95 - $44.95

NFX Goggles Replacement Lens

  • Get the most out of your range of vision with a fresh lens
  • Injection-molded construction is designed for zero distortion
  • Polycarbonate material is intensely strong and durable
  • Dual lens with armored vents drastically reduce fogging
  • Frameless design makes for easy swaps
  • Item #DRA0455

dual-layer lexan, Lumalens color optimized
yes, optional
Technical Features
Super anti-fog coating, ionized lens
Dragon NFX goggles
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Love em!

I've used it several times

I bought the red ionized lens for day riding, and the amber lens for later in the afternoons, and they both look incredible! The goggles them self already have a large look, but the ionized lens really make the goggles stand out tremendously. Couldn't be happier with adding these two lenses to my gear.

>Rating: 5

Premium lens.

I've put it through the wringer

Bought a Gold Ionized lens to replace an older, scratched-up lens that came with my NFX Goggle. The Gold Ionized is amazing in bright-to-overcast conditions, delivering crystal-clear vision and absolutely no fogging. I believe Dragon uses some type of NASA-based coating for anti-fogging. It's readily apparent using these goggles for extended periods, especially in warmer conditions and wetter storms. I've never had to worry about them fogging, even when my friends are furiously waving their goggles trying to defog their lenses with added circulation. If anything, there's almost too much air coming through the goggle, causing my eyes to water when I'm riding at high speeds. It's cool though, I'd rather err on the side of too much ventilation than too little.

>Rating: 5

huge view

I've put it through the wringer

I've been really stoked on these goggles. Exchanging lenses is quick and easy. bought the clear for night ridging. Murdered dark for the day riding, which actually has done alright in the overcast days. Usually I like a high intensity yellow (which I still prefer), but if you had to choose 1 lens to get you through a changing day, I'd go with the murdered smoke.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Goggles

I've put it through the wringer

I bought the Dragon NFX after my friend recommended them. I can honestly say they are the best goggles I've ever had, especially for the price (little more $100) compared to its competitors like Smith, Oakley etc. They also have the best anti-fog tech on the market (Nasa Anti-fog tech used on the International Space Station 10x better than anything else on the market) and I've never had any problems with fog. I normally ride at night most of the time and bought the yellow lens exactly for that. I can see every bump on the trail with these now and have no problems going all out at night. Buy the yellow if you do a lot of night riding. Bottom line: You won't be disappointed with these goggles!


what colour lens should I get for night...

what colour lens should I get for night riding ?


I bought clear. I like yellow when it's cloudy/overcast. the yellow should enhance the light. Clear is best for night riding when you get away from the lights on the runs.