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03-06-2014 12:55 AM
Dragon APXS Snow Goggles

Hey guys! Wanted to introduce to you this really neat pair of googles I just got!
These Dragon APXS Googles are highly recommended from me and our gang of boarders! Currently 3/4 of us have some version of Dragon's googles after switching from multiple brands. Our gang went through Oakleys, Electrics, and Quicksilvers, and this by far is a keeper.
The ones I got came two interchangeable lenses: Lighter and darker orange, called red ionized, I believe.

Things I loved about them:
1. The lack of rims makes vision all the more better. Peripheral vision is amazing. There's no thick plastic rims around the nose either that makes it hard to see. Overall, it doesn't feel like other googles where you're looking through a narrow toilet paper roll.

2. These don't fog... Did I say they DO NOT fog? We happened to go on a really bad day where it was snowing and foggy high up in the mountains and was raining down towards the bottom of the hill. I got water and snow inside and out of my lens and never had to wipe off fog once. The lenses also did not seem to fog up when I went inside the warm building for lunch then out again.

3. Big straps. They're secure on your head (even with my looser hat) without having to adjust them too tightly. They're comfortable to be worn all day.

4. Interchangeable lenses that can be switched out depending on weather conditions

Pricetag for these are a bit steep.

Would recommend to a friend and buy again. 10/10.

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