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Dragon Rogue Goggle - 2010 BCS
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, ionized 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.
- 100 percent UV protection guards your eyes from the burning sun
- A vented, Super Anti-Fog 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-burned 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
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December 13, 2010
As a chick, these are pretty steezy and big on me, but the fit is fantastic. Great field of vision and vents-they never fog up on me. I noticed someone compared these to the Oakley Crowbars-sizewise they're about the same, but the crowbars pinch my nose pretty much closed which I hate cause I rock my goggles pretty low. I have one pair with the green ionized lens and another with the pink since these lenses are a little harder to change out than oakleys. Love em!!!
July 28, 2011
I've got the Angle Melon-Teal/Red Ionized. As for performance, I couldn't be happier with these goggles. I must admit I am a dragon fan and these are the only goggles I have owned so I can't compare with other brands. But these lenses are great in the sun and good enough in flat light. No fogging issues on any of the hikes I did but none of them were that grueling. And the look speaks for itself
February 17, 2011
These are definitely not as big or colorful as they appear on the site. They are a lot smaller than the Oakley crowbar so for me these didn't fit the bill. But that being said they were great on blue bird days, definitely not an ideal lense for flat.