Dragons drops their new frameless, cylindrical goggle: the NFX

Dragon has dropped their newest goggle, the NFX has a cylindrical lens that features easy lens interchangeability, so you can swap our your lenses the moment the weather changes. Armored venting, unrestricted peripheral vision, and triple layer face foam with micro fleece lining are just the cherry on top of Dragon’s latest and greatest creation.

“The new NFX is the ultimate integration of Dragon’s patented frameless technology into a classic flat lens goggle design,” explains big mountain rider Blair Habenicht. “While some oversized goggles feel like they are trying to swallow your face, the NFX has a streamlined, authentic fit. The expanded peripheral vision provides a heightened awareness of your surroundings and guarantees a better riding experience.”

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Carlsbad, CA (November 19, 2013) – Who says you have to sacrifice style for function? With Dragon’s new NFX goggle you’ll not only have the most stylish goggles on the mountain, but when your buddies are busy de-fogging, or struggling to change lenses when the afternoon clouds roll in, you’ll be doing laps in the most advanced goggles on the market.

Based on Dragon’s award-winning Advanced Projects X Goggle, the all new NFX seamlessly blends the high-end technology found in our patented frameless design with the fresh look of a cylindrical lens. The unique, large-fit design flawlessly fits under most helmets, has the maximum peripheral vision possible, and comes in 15 colorways.

The NFX features easy lens interchangeability, which allows you to quickly adapt to variable conditions. Add in the benefits of armored venting, unrestricted peripheral vision, and the comfort that can only be found in Dragon’s hypoallergenic triple layer face foam, and you have a recipe for uninhibited performance. The NFX lenses offer 100 percent UV protection and are coated with a Super Anti-Fog Treated (AFT) to ensure maximum visibility and protection.

With Dragon’s new NFX goggle, you will no longer be bound by limited, foggy vision and cumbersome lens changes. And why should you be? Your riding isn’t bound by traditional frames of mind, and your vision and experience shouldn’t be either. #WeAreFrameless.

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