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Dragon Snowboard Goggles 2017-2018 Preview – ISPO 2017

Here be Dragons: the heavy-hitting goggle brand continues to crank out a wide range of varieties and styles, built to handle virtually any conditions you might encounter on the hill.

Models like the X1, X2, NFX and NFX2 are instantly recognisable even before you take a closer look at the strap. For the smaller-visaged out there, options like the X1s and NF2s will ensure your face isn’t drowning in foam.

Tech-wise there’s the option of the new Lumalens, and Transition lenses (which regulate light to suit the changing conditions) are available with most models.

As always, the Dragon range boasts a fine line in pro rider collabs – Jamie Lynn, Danny Davis, Bryan Iguchi and Gigi Rüf are among those with signature frames for 2017/18.

Use the links below to see more 2017-2018 Snowboard Gear previews

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Dragon NFX2 Snowboard Goggles 2016-2017 – Danny Davis Signature Colourway

Dragon NFX2 Snowboard Goggles 2016-2017 – Blake Paul Signature Colourway

Dragon X2 Snowboard Goggles 2016-2017 – Jamie Lynn Signature Colourway

Dragon X2 Snowboard Goggles 2016-2017 – Bryan Iguchi Signature Colourway

Dragon X2s Snowboard Goggles 2016-2017 – Gigi Rüf Signature Colourway

Dragon X2 Snowboard Goggles 2016-2017

Dragon X1 Snowboard Goggles 2016-2017 with Lumalens

Dragon X1s Snowboard Goggles 2016-2017 with Transition Lenses

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