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Dragon NFX2 2015-2016 Snowboard Goggle Review

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UPDATE: See our review for the 2016/2017 Dragon NFX2 here

The Details:

A favourite of Danny Davis among others, the Dragon NFX2 is a popular choice for those who like the frameless look applied to a mid-sized model with a cylindrical lens.

The venting in these is not only abundant but tough, so if you take a big slam and need to clear them out, you don’t need to be too precious.

The same goes for the lens-changing system; the NFX2 now also features Dragon’s ‘Swiftlock’, where levers on the side of the frames can be quickly flicked to release the lens.

Don’t worry about it accidentally popping out while you’re riding (or ragdolling) though, as when it’s properly locked up this is as safe as houses.

There are no fewer than 20 different lenses from which to pick, so you can be well-equipped for whatever conditions come your way – and should they change in a heartbeat, so can you.

TESTER’S VERDICT:
Adam Hoskinsblisssnowboards.co.uk

“The Dragon NFX2 sits between the original NFX and NFXs in terms of size. The cylindrical lens gives it a retro vibe but it has a really clean look and superb optics.

I like the armoured vents on top – no risk of poking a finger through by mistake. The main feature, though, has to be the Swiftlock lens change system. Nothing out there is quicker or easier, and the lock is reassuringly secure.

The NFX2 won the ISPO goggle award for 2015/16, and it’s my model of choice this season too.”

The main feature has to be the Swiftlock lens change system. Nothing out there is quicker or easier”

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