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Dragon NFX Goggles

On Sale: $95.95(40% off, Regularly: $159.95)
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Select color: jet/gold ionized lens + amber lens
jet/gold ionized lens + amber lens

$95.95   $159.95
jet/gold ionized lens + amber lens

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The NFX Goggles from Dragon combines all the technology of Dragon's patented frame-less design with a new cylindrical lens system. With easy lens interchangeability to adapt to varying weather conditions, the NFX increases your performance by providing maximum peripheral vision and a comfortable fit.
Goggle Features:
  • Cylindrical Lens
  • Bonus Lens Included
  • Frame Features:
  • Helmet Compatible
  • Polyurethane Frame
  • Unidirectional Airflow System
  • Polartec Microfleece Lining
  • Tri-Foam Technology
  • Armored Venting
  • Lens Features:
  • Super Anti-Fog
  • Scratch Resistant Coating
  • Dual Lexan Lenses
  • UV Protection 100%
  • Infinity Lens Technology
  • Lens Tints:
  • Red Ionized
  • Gold Ionized
  • Green Ionized
  • Blue Steel
  • Amber
  • Yellow Blue Ion
  • Fit:Medium/Large Fit
    Strap:Adjustable 1.5" Strap



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    • Q:

      what is the difference between dragon apx and dragon nfx?they have the same peripheral vision?thanks
      Asked on 2/11/2013 by raul

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      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        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.

        Answered on 4/5/2013 by Jesse C. from Customer Service
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