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Dragon Rogue Ionized Goggles

Dragon Rogue Ionized Goggles – Super comfy goggles.

Dragon has been making eye ware for a while now. Im not sure if they started with sunglasses or ski/snowboard goggles. Either way, all of the stuff that comes out of the Dragon factory is pretty kick ass. I had a pair of their sunglasses a few years back that I loved. Sadly, they are sitting at the bottom of the Ocoee river some where. Recently, I had the opportunity to try out a pair of their goggles, the Dragon Rogue Ionized Goggles.

Bing that it had been a pretty warm winter here in the Southeast, I haven’t had a chance to take these bad boys out on the snow. However, in the name of science, I did wear them around the house all day. In fact, I am even wearing them at this very moment. What I can tell you based on my experience is that the Dragon Rogue Ionized Goggles are wicked comfortable.

One of my favorite features of the Dragon Rogue Ionized Goggles though is just how big the lenses are. They give you almost a complete 180 degrees of uninterrupted vision. Short of the area above my nose, I cant see any of the goggle. The clarity is also amazing in the Dragon Rogue Ionized Goggles. If it were not for the fact that the goggles were ionized, I wouldn’t even know I was wearing them.

The quick & dirty:

Where you can get one: $114

Why they rock:

  • Optically correct
  • Dual polycarbonate toric lens
  • Anti-fog keeps the lenses clear when you start to work up a sweat.
  • 100% UV protection gets the glare down so you cans ee where you are going.
  • Adjustable hinges allow for a custom fit.
  • Triple layer face foam keeps you comfortable even after a full day on the slopes.
  • Polyurethane
  • Micro fleece lining is soft to the touch.
  • Helmet compatible- Will easily fit on a wide variety of helmets.

Seat-of-the-pants rating: 8 out of 10

As I said before, I have not had a chance to take the Dragon Rogue Ionized Goggles out on the snow. But, from what I have read about them and what I see from playing with them,is that they are a pretty sweet pair of goggles. They are a bit expensive for the recreational user, but if you are a serious snow lover, then you’ll appreciate the Dragon Rogue Ionized Goggles and their price tag.

Looking to Buy? Check out these sites: $114