Coming into the new year, all the brands in the action sports industry are trying to set the bar for 2013 as high as possible. With its new frameless NFX goggle, Dragon has done just that. Here’s the release from Dragon:
Carlsbad, CA (December 11, 2012)—Following the success of its acclaimed Advanced Projects
X goggle, Dragon has introduced the NFX snow frame for 2013—a game changing goggle with
patented frameless design and an all-new cylindrical lens system. Based on the progressive
design of the APX snow goggle, the NFX frame introduces next level technology in a streamline
format, allowing for maximum peripheral vision due to its completely frameless construction.
“The NFX feels really good on the mountain, and the peripheral vision is insane,” says Dragon
rider and Olympic hopeful Luke Mitrani. “The fact that I can switch out lenses quickly to adapt to
changing conditions is a big deal to me, especially when I’m ready to ride.”
All NFX goggles come with armored venting, triple layer face foam, and Dragon’s exclusive Super
Anti-Fog coating to combat fogging in changing conditions. Available in an array of lens options
and strap combinations, the NFX goggle is helmet compatible for a universal fit.
Ranging from $120 to $160 MSRP, each NFX frame comes with a bonus lens to keep you seeing
clearly in any kind of light conditions.
To win a pair of NFX snow goggles, enter the Instagram contest @dragonalliance.