Dragon Rogue Goggle
When Danny Davis and TJ Schiller spot their landings after three or four rotations over a huge table top, the Dragon Rogue Goggle ensures they see it and stick it. The optically correct lens gives your eyes the ability to see downhill so you can know what’s ahead when you’re spotting a landing in the park or mapping out a series of turns through a rock-studded chute.
- Super anti-fog lens for all-day clarity
- Helmet compatible
- Triple layer face foam for added comfort
- Durable polyurethane frame
- Adjustable hinges adapt to varying face shapes
- Optically correct lens eliminates distortion
- Micro-fleece lining for comfort
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Powder day at Timberline
By: McKenzie Wells
April 28, 2013
I've been using the Nimbus Co-Op Red Ionized goggles this season and they are awesome.
February 10, 2013
Love these! get good peripheral vision and I forget I'm wearing them. Lenses are really sweet. Would buy a second pair in a second.
Does the powder/ionized model pretty much have an amber lens?
Does the powder/ionized model pretty much have an amber lens? I'm going boarding saturday and looking for something to use on a low light (snowy) day. Thanks
February 7, 2013
The ionized lenses have a mirroring effect which makes them great for sunny days. They also will work fine on low light days, just not ideal. I would suggest going with the Rose lens if you want it just for the low light days specifically.
By: Josh Chapman
February 8, 2013
December 5, 2012
Great looking goggle, super lens and incredible peripheral vision...but, mine had a poor glue job on the nose area of the face foam. The box also arrived unclosed. The goggles were bulging out, the bag on the bonus lens was already opened and the protective film was half peeled back. QC needs a little work.
...however, they worked great on the mtn. The "jet" version ($159) comes with a bonus yellow/blue mirrored lens for low light that worked great in heavily snowing/cold conditions. The vision was HD and they didn't fog at all. The red ion mirror (other included lens) was perfect in bright sunny/bluebird conditions. The mirroring on the red lens is super opaque, so no one can see your eyes.
For those who complain about the "halo" effect created by the ion mirror, don't worry about it. Seems to me that halo actually increases snow definition, so if you aren't staring at your hand all day, you won't even notice the halo when actually riding.
What lens' do these come with, are they just the ionized or there extra included with the goggle?
By: Jacob Metzger
January 28, 2013
November 2, 2012
The Dragon Rogue goggles feel sturdier than my Spy Soldiers and offer better peripheral vision. They are slightly smaller too, which is perfect for me because the Spy Soldiers were a bit too big in the nose area for my face (medium-medium/large).
The Eclipse lens on the TJ Schiller pro model is AWESOME: it's the darkest tint I have ever found. It beats even my Soldier's Bronze Silver Mirror lens on sunny days, and is a category S4--the highest rating any eyewear can get. Most companies don't even make S4 lenses, but Dragon does, and my hat goes off to them for it. Now I just need to get a different tint for storm days! My conclusion: BEST GOGGLES EVER.
October 30, 2012
I did not actually try these goggles out on the mountain;however, I was really surprised in the overall quality. I have tried Scott, Smith, and Uvex ski goggles. From what I had read, I was expecting more. The lens seemed to be well made. The face foam did seem to be comfortable, but I just think at this price point they should be better.
Are these the same as the Dragon Rogue 2012 LTD Artist Series
Are these the same as the Dragon Rogue 2012 LTD Artist Series Goggle?
July 12, 2012
It's the exact same goggle, just different colorway treatments. The Artist Series version (http://www.dogfunk.com/dragon-rogue-2012-ltd-artist-series-
By: Zach Pina
July 30, 2012
My favorite goggle
September 30, 2012
An amazing goggle, all I'll ever need! Sweet graphics, comfy, functional, doesn't fog, cuts the glare, bottom line: great goggle, great price!
Awesome set of goggles
August 23, 2012
I've used these goggles for the past 2 seasons and I can say I've been completely satisfied with the quality. I own the TJ Shiller version, which has really cool graphics, and the lens on it has never had a fogging issue. They fit well while you have a helmet on and they fit a pretty normal sized face extremely well. I can't really find anything negative to say, so I'll just add that they are a great buy at this price range.
April 23, 2012
After wearing these goggles for a few seasons now, I can say with confidence I won't bother with anything else. They are the only gog that leaves NO gaps against my face.
Only slightly fog when I'm working hard, and clear up in seconds.
They fit my helmet seamlessly.
I have three different lens tints, but really, could get away with just the gold ionized lens.
Love love love.
January 22, 2012
These are sweet goggles. They have good peripheral, soft farm and nice lens But they dont fit that good. I was storm chasing and rode in 12 degree weather with very dry snow. Every time the wind blew the snow would enter through the nose bridge in the frame. They fog up and didnt vent moisture out. Maybe i have a small nose bridge that allowed the snow to enter but i never had this problem with any other goggles. To prevent this problem i had to sag the goggles down to where the bottom of the goggle frame was touching my nostril. If you got a big nose these would be for you. I really like these googles wish they fit my face.
Good but not Great
November 25, 2011
These goggles are pretty solid, but for the price I don't think they are as good as some competitors. They're pretty comfortable, but not perfect. The optics are really good, really cuts glare and no distortion. However, the frame is pretty small, so peripheral vision is limited. They are like Oakleys in most of these respects. If you have smallish face they will be fine, but for the money I would rather have Anon Realms or VZ Feenoms.
Tech with Simple look
November 1, 2011
Dragon Packed these goggles with there
Super Anti Fog Lens
Triple Layer Foam (Never Cold, Super comfy)
Durable Frame (Flexible, Forms to Face)
and some more little ticks to help make a great goggle. I love that these have so much packed into a punch with out a super flashy goggle. there Shape is perfect for that Urban Jibber, or that guy who just wants to flow, Not the Park Rat Wanna bee.