Reviewed by Vincentus666 from Melbourne, Australia on Thursday, November 29, 2012
I was taken aback immediately when I unpacked these Dragon goggles. The fit, style and lens quality were what I wanted and received. Now looking forward to my Canadian ski trip in March with much anticipation. Looks good on helmet and covers face well. I wear a 62cm helmet and these Large size are a perfect fit.
Reviewed by Vincentus666 from Melbourne, Australia on Wednesday, November 28, 2012
I am looking forward to my Northern Hemisphere ski trip in 2013. I can not wait to wear these Dragon goggles on the slopes. They fit well on with and without a helmet. Great vision all round, makes them a valuable asset to any skier of any ability. Great price, great style and great vision. Vince
Reviewed by J the Trantham from Breckenridge, Colorado on Saturday, March 19, 2011
Took a nasty fall after a jump that broke my previous goggles and sent me to the hospital. Picked these up b/c of the price just to have a pair til I get "better ones." Turns out that I'm really happy with these and won't be getting another pair now. I'm not a fan of mirror lenses as I like to see someone's eyes when I talk to them, so I don't buy them. I love these.
Best Uses: Extreme Conditions, Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling
Cons: None found yet
Describe Yourself: Advanced
Pros: Cuts Glare, Does Not Fog, Good Airflow/Ventilation, Good Fit, Good Visibility, Lightweight, Stylish
Reviewed by Biker Bob from Minneapolis, MN on Thursday, January 27, 2011
I use goggles for winter biking. For single digit temperatures (F) I were them mostly for comfort but as temperature go below 0 covering my eyes as well as any exposed skin prevents frostbite. I use a clear lens for night riding.
Best Uses: Winter biking
Describe Yourself: Expert
Pros: Does Not Fog, Good Airflow/Ventilation, Good Fit, Good Visibility, Lens Quality, Lightweight