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    NFX2 Goggles

    Adapt to changing light conditions on the mountain effortlessly with the Dragon NFX2 Goggles. Their Swiftlock lens change system offers an easy and secure way to swap lenses so you can be ready when the clouds part and the sun comes out halfway through the day.

    • Ski and snowboard goggles built to enhance your optics on hill
    • Frameless Technology limits restriction on your peripheral vision
    • Swiftlock lens change system is quick and easy to change on the fly
    • Six-base injected cylindrical lens limits warping and distortion
    • Super Anti-Fog coating helps keep your vision clear during storms
    • Armored Venting offers more longevity than standard foam linings
    • Triple face foam with micro-fleece lining boosts comfort
    • Item #DRA005Q

    Lens
    injected cylindrical polycarbonate
    Polarized
    no
    Photochromic
    no
    Interchangeable Lens
    yes
    Technical Features
    Swiftlock lens system, Super Anti-Fog, Armored Venting
    Eyeglass Compatible
    no
    Face Size
    medium
    Strap
    honeycomb silicon-backed
    Case Included
    yes
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

    California Proposition 65

    Warning:

    This product can expose you to chemicals including Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

    What do you think about this product?

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    >Rating: 2

    Absolutely does not worth the money even

    Familiarity:
    I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    Fit:
    Runs small

    Lince changing system looks unreliable Lince is not fitting well to the frame. Googles feel small and peripheral observing is very limited. My cheep mask feels math better on a face. The optic is fantastic, but all others look not good

    >Rating: 5

    Go big or go home

    One Wednesday afternoon Dragon alliance had Speed Racer and the Captain of the Storm Troopers consult in a design meeting. When everyone was seated they clapped their hands in unison, pointed at the sky and yelled, “GO BIG OR GO HOME!” Thusly the NFX2 were born. They are, as the President would say, “UGE”. Ginormous, but somehow it works. Bigger than my Flight Decks from Oakley and with similar double foam construction and a padded material that makes contact with the skin. There is actually less foam exposure to the elements as the plastic housing encases it. I was looking for a rose lens for my Flight Decs as Oakley only includes one lens. At that cost, I got these with two lenses. Their arbitrary pricing led me to try this brand after seeing a lady lifty sporting purple ones. They even make my helmet look less goofy because of the contrast in size. Its sort of an 80s look for skiers. The style is definitely flashy but the cylindrical shape gives the face more definition than say the astronaut round ones. I know there are women specific goggles and I’ve tried them with “meh” results including Giro Eaves that left a gap with my Giro helmet. These are too big for gaps. That’s what she said. literally I’m a she.

    >Rating: 5

    Great fit and shape

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    Have used these for a week or so, not issues with the lenes, they do have to be lined up right to seal, but unless you are changing them all the time just set it and forget it. They fit perfiect with my helmet and I like this look as opposed to the rimless or huge goggles that are instyle right now, Id buy a second pait but dont need to since the lenses swap so easy!

    >Rating: 4

    Dragons are sweet

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    I like the minimal frameless look, and the sweet stealth all-black Knight Rider color way that I bought. I'm not 100% sold on the need for changing your lenses to be this easy... the first time I wore them I accidentally flipped the lever with my hand and the lenses popped off on one side. But it hasn't happened again so far. I was nervous about the fact that the lenses don't really seem attached at all except for on the sides where the levers are, and was worried about snow spraying in through the cracks, but when they are on your face I don't think they can flex far enough for that to be an actual problem. I'm a female with a smaller face, and I think these are on the large side for me. They just barely fit with my helmet, but do give me a bit of a goggle-sag.

    >Rating: 5

    Eyes protected

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    These work better than my maui jim sunglasses when snow is blowing from all directions. I bought these goggles for long commutes to class. So far so good! Stay posted for updates

    >Rating: 2

    Amazing optics, falls short on design.

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    From the uncompromising field of view to the speedy lens change, the NFX2 is an amazing goggle. They look incredible, kind of like an old-school cylindrical goggle, but upgraded with a futuristic frameless aesthetic. They're a bit smaller than the original NFX, which is good if you don't prefer the Daft Punk-esque look on the mountain. However, these fail miserably on deep powder days. This season has been absurdly deep in Utah, with many days seeing fresh powder with overhead face shots. The Swift Lock system is susceptible to incoming snow, should you get barreled with a hefty spray of powder. Some of the days I've had absolutely no problem with powder coming through, others I've had to remove the lens after every lap to wipe away the inside lens. Probably has to do with the snow's moisture content and the small space tolerance along the lens attachment/bottom seal. If Dragon is listening, I'd recommend revising the bottom seal, so you don't have to worry about powder flying through. It's hard enough to see on those deep powder days, let alone with powder coating the inside lens of your goggles. Also, adding back the lens ventilation holes of the original NFX would help with condensation build-up on those soaking-wet days.

    >Rating: 1

    Major Design Flaws

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    These goggles would be awesome if it weren't for two major design flaws: 1. The lens and the frame don't properly seal at the bottom (check out the attached photo). I didn't notice this until I was boarding pow. Every time I got a face shot, snow would somehow end up inside my goggles, even though I hadn't fallen and the goggles hadn't left my face. After this continued to happen nearly every run, multiple days in a row, I finally figured out what was going on. 2. To make matters worse, the moisture that ended up inside the goggles seemed to have some strange reaction with what I can only assume is the anti-fog coating on the inner surface of the lens. This resulted in a permanent "mottling" of the lens, even after leaving the goggles out of the bag to dry for a few days. It's difficult to tell from the photos, but this had a pretty severe effect on the lens clarity, and now everything is slightly blurred when I board. I tried to contact Dragon multiple times to make them aware of these issues, but they refused to respond. It's really too bad that they overlooked these problems, because otherwise these googles would be great. It's a good thing that the Swiftlock lense changing system works so well - you'll be using it nearly every run.

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    >Rating: 5

    The Best Goggles Out!

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    The NFX2 are a very comfortable medium-fit frame with great peripheral vision. The lenses are really easy to change by simply lifting the lever on each side and then closing the lever once your new lens is in. All the colorways come with an extra lens for cloudy/snowy days. I really like the new "Dark Smoke Blue Ion" lens for really sunny days. This goggle is also compatible with helmets.

    >Rating: 5

    Great Goggles!

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    I love these goggles! The lens changes out so easily. Fitment is exactly what I was looking for. The only complaint is that I wish the purple lens was a shade darker for those super blue bird days! Other than that these things are AWESOME!

    >Rating: 5

    Love these Goggles

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    I got these goggles this past week and am writing this after 5 days of wearing them on the slopes. They are great. I love the old school frame shape. And the look in general. I wasnt a fan of the huge bubble look like most of the other manufacturers. The lenses it came with are a good combo. The low light lenses perform especially well. I swapped them in around 230p m when the sun was low and the shadows were dark in the trees and my visability was fantastic. The ease of changing lenses is another huge selling point for me. Its so simple and easy. Not to mention it works well and has a quality build / feel to them. Lastly, for the price they were about $100 cheaper then the smith I/O 7's which is what I was originally looking at. I highly recommend these goggles!

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