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X2 Goggles

The future is here and it's arrived in the form of the Dragon X2 Goggles with Bonus Lens. Changing the game with insanely functional versatility, these goggles feature the simpler and more robust locking mechanism, Swiftlock, to make swapping lenses faster, easier, and more secure than ever before. It's so easy, you can even do it without even having to take the X2s off of your face. Essentially frameless, the X2s deliver superior peripheral vision with distortion-free clarity through their high-quality, injection-molded polycarbonate lenses, letting you spot the end of the rail you're currently backlipping with unrestricted vision.

Don't worry about fogging up your downright vast field of vision, the X2s' lens has a Super Anti-Fog coating, undirectional airflow system, and armored frame ventilation to ensure that you're seeing clearly even after the most demanding bootpack hike. The triple-layer face foam offers up an ultra-comfortable, breathable fit through multiple layer densities, while the Polartech microfleece lining serves up hypoallergenic, moisture-wicking functionality when in contact with your face.

  • Injection-molded, spherical, polycarbonate lens
  • Swiftlock lens change system
  • Armored frame ventilation
  • Super Anti-Fog treatment
  • Triple-layer face foam with hypoallergenic micro-fleece lining
  • Large fit
  • Helmet-compatible
  • Item #DRA005N

Lens
injection-molded polycarbonate
Interchangeable Lens
yes, Swiftlock
Technical Features
armored frame ventilation
Frame
frameless
Face Size
large
Strap
adjustable
Case Included
yes
Recommended Use
skiing & snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 1

Disappointed

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

I got these for the superior anti-fog treatment these lenses supposedly get. The inside of my goggles literally fogged up on the first day and first run on the mountain. EXTREMELY disappointed on that fact. The goggles are nice looking and comfortable but not reliable when on the mountain against fogging up. I don’t think they are as well ventilated as they claim. I plan to return these and go with SMITH brand this time around.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Dragon Goggles

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These goggles are great. They look and fit great. The lens are easy to change thanks to their system. They hardly ever fog and if they do, they un-fog pretty fast. I would recommend these to anyone who is looking for a great goggle.

>Rating: 2

This is no OTG goggle

I have tried many OTG goggles this season and this is another one that doesn't fit. Smith I/O X is the only current goggle that seems to really fit over my glasses.

>Rating: 5

Switch with ease

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The X2 goggles are great. I had an old pair of Electric EG2 goggles and decided to upgrade to these. I have not been let down! These goggles look sick and fit so nicely. I have about the same field of vision compared to my EG2s but the lens change really stands out with the X2. It is so easy to change out the lenses and I trust the Swiftlock system to not hold the lens securely. The lens has fogged up when I go inside the ski lodge but they are quick to un-fog. Great goggles!

>Rating: 5

Great Goggle

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I picked these up last year and loved them. The lenses are really easy to change, even with your gloves on. The lenses really make all the little details in the snow pop and these hardly ever fog up on me.

I
>Rating: 5

Superior Vision. Light speed lens change

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Picked these up to try for the season after using my Smith I/O7s for the last 3 years. This is a larger goggle, but it still maintained compatibility with my Bern Watts helmet. The range of vision is superior in every direction than the IO7s, with the design around the cheek bone/nose accommodating more downhill sight. For people with smaller faces or helmets, the X2S (smaller frame) will be optimal over these larger frames. I like the strap tightening system on the Dragon's over the Smith's as well. The IO7s had a center locking strap that met the back of the helmet's strap-guide. The X2 on the other hand uses two tightening buckles that do not interfere with the helmet strap guide. The real advantage of these over the IO7s is Dragon's lens changing system. It employs two levers on each side of the frame to lock/unlock the lenses, which immediately pop out and back in, a quick lock of the levers and the lens is in place. Estimated time to change a lens while still wearing the goggles = 5 seconds. It's akin to the Anon's magnetic system in terms of speed, and in my opinion, is much more secure.

Thanks for the review Melanie! Super helpful to get this feedback out to the community.

>Rating: 4

Legit/Perfect

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These goggles are some of the best goggles on the market. I like the tint for both lenses (the night lens is excellent for night skiing w/ a yellow tent). It comes with a hard case which is great for people like me who throw their other lens in a book bag while riding. As an multiple owner of the dragon alliance I can say that these are way better. Almost like a dragon view.

These
>Rating: 5

Great Goggles

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I've used these goggles several times since I ordered them a few weeks ago. I absolutely love them. Frameless design is beautiful and very easy to switch lenses, no more dealing with popping a lens in and out of the frame. The one down side to these goggles however is while skiing I changed my lenses and didn't quite lock the swiftlock all the way so one side of the lens popped out while skiing, not a huge deal, user error. These fit awesome with just about every helmet out there and most colors have a high VLT and Low VLT lens included.

>Rating: 4

Stunning Frameless Goggles

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

As soon as I took the goggles out of the box and softshell case, I laughed. They look so ridiculously good. I opted for the red ionized lens, and it looks like something out of space, it's absolutely massive. You're going to look, and feel, very cool (beside the fact that they block out harmful rays and allow you to see more contrast in snow, I think this is the main reason people shop around for goggles). These are my first frameless goggles, and my first with interchangeable lenses. The Dragon Swiftlock system is so easy, it's great. You literally just flip a switch on the left and right sides of the goggles, and lift the lens carefully out. I say carefully because though you could do this with your goggles still mounted to your face, do you really want to scratch your lens? Speaking of, these lenses scratch easily. The interior is coated with anti-fog. Mine came slightly scratched on the inside - this is because when the strap was packed into the case, the sticky backing and plastic adjustable buckle were also inside the goggles themselves. So when I tried to buff out these scratches with a lens wipe, they scratched more. I was kicking myself. Only use the soft case to wipe down these lenses, and dab the inside VERY GENTLY, only if you really must. That goes for all goggles, really.