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Goggles are an important part of your outfit when riding out on the mountains. Without them, your day can be a bit of a nightmare when the snow storm hits. So protection is important. But we understand you have to look the part too, and Dragon are probably one of the more well-known, high-quality goggle manufacturers you can rely on to get style, comfort and protection from your goggs.
Dragon are also pretty well-known for their frameless goggles and they haven't disappointed this year. Flick over these next few pages to check out their latest frameless goggles as well as some pretty rad looking prints...
[part title="Dragon APX2 Goggles 2014-15"]
The APX2 goggles have been designed this year to make your lense-changing much easier by using the Shiftlock Lense system. The APX2's are already a popular goggle and with this added accessory we are sure they will sell well next season. Simple pop out the old and in with the new! Check out the slightly louder pair below...
Or if you want even more colourful, how about this pair (the bottom pair are a personal fave)...
[part title="Dragon APX Goggles 2014-15"]
Don't worry, Dragon have still got there legendary bug-eyed, oversized goggles for sale too. Your peripheral vision with these is insane, so expect high-quality and excellent slope vision with these - no more excuses for running into the skiers (damn!)
[part title="Dragon DX Goggles 2014-15"]
If you're looking for non-mirrored lenses, these are probably the ones for you. They also don't follow the conventional 'no rim' look Dragon tend to go towards so they make a nice change.
So if you don't fancy sporting frameless goggles and looking a little spaceman-ish - these goggles will be the ones for you. They are also a pretty reasonable price and will be great for those with a slightly smaller face.
[part title="Dragon D1 Goggles 2014-15"]
Back again for a second time around, the D1 goggles are looking pretty sick this year. Check out the army design too. Many other brands have opted for this style too so we reckon this goggles will be a big seller.
If you are looking to don the oversized look but don't want to go for frameless these will be the ones for you next season.
[part title="Dragon D2 Goggles 2014-15"]
D2 are because the little brother to the D1s. They are the same style and design but just a slightly smaller fit - maybe a decent pair for the ladies next winter. Especially that radical top pair! They look insane!
[part title="Dragon NFX Goggles 2014-15"]
The top pair of NFXs you see here are our favourites. They look steezy, have mirrored-lenses (perfect for a cheeky stare) and the colours will stand out big time. But don't think these are the only ones. These bad boys come in a massive range of lense tints and colours but you'll just have to wait and see...
[part title="Dragon Rogue Goggles 2014-15"]
The Rogues have been running in the Dragon family for years now and they have almost got a sentimental value to them.
Everyone seems to love the Rogue designs and it's no wonder. Check out all these steezy colours, especially the tie-dye pair below.
The shape and design means these will be comfortable to wear with a helmet too.
[part title="Dragon APXs Goggles 2015"]
Here are a pair for the ladies. The APXs range are the same as the original APX goggles but have a smaller fit. Perfect for the dudettes, or the dudes with small faces... But if you are a dude with a small face, you'll probably want to opt for a different colour... Just saying....