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Dragon NFX Goggles

onus grey/red ion lens + amber lens
Color: onus grey/red ion lens + amber lens
Color: onus grey/red ion lens + amber lens
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The Dragon NFX goggles prove once and for all that frames are overrated. Dragon's frameless design is so good they put a patent on it. You would too with peripheral vision this amazing. The wide, dual cylindrical lens with a Super Anti-Fog coating prevents fog for a clear line of sight. Armored venting makes clearing snow simple so you can continue riding without removing your goggles. With easy lens interchangeability and plush Tri-Foam Technology, the NFX is soon to be the center of your winter arsenal.
Frame Features:
  • Helmet Compatible
  • Hypoallergenic Microfleece Lining
  • Tri-Foam Technology
  • Armored Venting
  • Patented Frameless Design
  • Lens Features:
  • Super Anti-Fog
  • Scratch Resistant Coating
  • Dual Lexan Lenses
  • UV Protection 100%
  • Cylindrical Lens
  • Excels In:
    Partly Cloudy
    Bonus Lens VLT:
    Dragon Amber Lens

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    Asked by raul on 2/11/2013
    what is the difference between dragon apx and dragon nfx?they have the same peripheral vision?thanks
    Answered by Jesse C (Tactics Employee) on 4/5/2013
    The biggest difference between the NFX and APX is the shape of the lens. The APX has a spherical lens and the NFX has a flat, cylindrical lens. The NFX is also a little bit bigger than the APX, but the peripheral is about the same. The cylindrical lens is less expensive to manufacture, so you get all the benefits of the over-sized lens but doesn't cost as much as a spherical lens.
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