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Dragon Presents Value-Priced Premium Goggles

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We want to help everyone see better on the hill, so we make goggles for every shape, size and budget. We happily have created the D1D3NFXs and DX2 frames that are offered at a more wallet-friendly price, without sacrificing high-quality features.

For those seeking a large fit goggle, the D1 or D3 are perfect for you. The D3 sports an injected, optically-correct spherical lens, while the D1 utilizes a thermal formed cylindrical lens. Both goggles are treated with our Super Anti-Fog coating, offer 100% UV Protection, Hypoallergenic fleece lined face foam, and are helmet compatible. The D1 starts at $59.99 or $99.99 with a bonus lens. The D3 is priced at $89.99 or $129.99 with a replacement lens.

The NFXs and DX2 are sized smaller, for a medium fit. As budget-conscious as the D-series goggles, both of these frames are chock full of features: Dual lenses treated with our Super Anti-Fog coating, 100% UV stopping power, Cylindrical styling, and in the case of the NFXs, our patented Frameless design. The NFXs starts at $129.99 with a replacement lens, with Transitions® and Injected models available. The DX2 is as low as $59.99, and $99.99 with a replacement lens.

Just because you might be on a budget, doesn't mean we don't want to offer you good looking frames, with premium features. Take a look at the entirety of the Dragon goggle lineup.

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