2010 Model No Longer Available
Dragon Mace Goggle - 2010 BCS
Pull the Dragon Mace Goggle over your face to protect your optical orbs from the retina-zapping rays of the sun. With 100-percent UV protection, your squinty eyes finally get the healthy shelter they need to help you spot landings in the park, spot roaches in the gondola, and get a righteous goggle tan before New Year’s.
- A vented, Super Anti-Fog, optically correct lens provides clarity in the changing weather and as you hustle in and out of the tram
- Triple-layer face foam and a micro fleece lining comfortably press against your sun and wind-ravaged face
- Adjustable hinges let you get a comfortable fit while changing headwear between each lap
- The two-inch replaceable strap stretches over helmets, beanies, and beer cases
Talk shop with all the gear freaks out there: ask 'em questions, upload/browse photos, and give your 2¢.
January 27, 2011
these goggles are a really good product when i tried them out they fit comfortable and didn't fog all day. Backcountry says the face size is med-large but it is really more around medium to med-small
January 4, 2011
I got these goggles in the Green/blue angle. They are actually really cool, super comfortable not issues with them pinching my nose like on some of my other goggles.
I was also wondering if the blue ionized lenses were good for night riding. I've tried looking on their website but couldn't find anything. Anyone had experience with these, by any chance?
November 26, 2011
February 14, 2012
I got tired of rockin Walmart goggles so i got a pair of these. They are soooooo sick looking, amazingly comfortable, and they fit my Smith Variant helmet perfectly flush. They dont fog and they are good in overcast and sunny days.Best deal for some sweet goggles on Dept. of Goods
Angle Green-Blue: Whats the reflection like with these? What
Whats the reflection like with these? What color is it when looking thru these goggs? Would it look dumb on a medium/small face with a giro g10 mx?
November 14, 2011
SEE YOUR LANDINGS AND STICK EM TOO!
January 18, 2012
These goggles don't fog up at all and they fit great. The dragon emblem on the strap is a bit too thick for you to wear a camera with a goggle strap mount on them though. Other than that I have no problem with them and it doesn't distort your view at all so you can stick your landings with ease.
are the block blue and purple good for night time skiing?
By: john albert
January 29, 2011
March 18, 2011
Great goggles and never i have never had any problems with fod, and the ionized lenses are great on sunny days!
Love them !
Mace never felt so good on the eyes...
February 9, 2011
Just received the Mace in the mail, first thing I saw is they look fantastic, bulkier then what Spy or even Oakley makes for their goggles, this makes them flush with most helmets. They may not melt into your face but they feel snug and offer a wide vision base and are still comfortable. The angle green/ blue have a darker mirror on the outside with a yellow/ orange filter from the inside, prime for night or dusk riding. Picking up a pair is prime choice for any rider.
Helmet tested with is a giro encore 2 (artist series).
January 25, 2011
No fogging problems, looks great, the ionized lenses are great on sunny days but also pretty good on flat light (the inside lens is amber).
I have a Smith Holt helmet and there's no goggle gap at all.
December 15, 2010
Nice looking goggles. Great lens, but I was disappointed how they fit with bern helmets.
The foam on the inside is quite thick, it cuts down your peripheral vision a little more than expected.