The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
The Dragon Rogue Snowboard Goggles is built with a polyurethane frame, micro fleece lining, adjustable hinges and anti fog lens among others. This super high quality pair of goggles provides full performance, durability and comfort. With 100% UV protection, this pair is a necessity. So, explore your outdoor adventures sporting these fabulous Dragon Rogue Snowboard Goggles.
Key Features of The Dragon Rogue Snowboard Goggles:
The rogue is an amazing goggle...super comfortable and stylish. The antifog on these goggles is amazing as it should be for the price. Even when I come in the lodge from a very cold day the goggles barely fog up. (same thing when I go out). I have the gold ionized lense and its a bit dark on cloudy/flat light days, so take the lense color into consideration when buying these. By far the sickest goggles I have ever owned however
This is my third set of goggles, Black w/ Coal Standard Lense, and although these aren't the raddist pair on the mountain, they simply perform. I have a sm/med face size and the med/lg frame on this fits perfectly. No nose crush and enough room to wear my prescription eyewear underneath...something most goggles just don't do. The anti=fogging is right up there with the best from any company's top performer. Excellent alternative lenses for day/night options. The only downfall is the design of the straps, which rides kind of low on the head and sits funny with a helmet. Strap replacement is also difficult to find. Excellent buy and definitely recommend
Overall I'm a big fan of these goggles. They aren't ginormous like some other sperical lens gogs, but they have pretty decent field of vision. I have a pretty big face and wide eyes, so I get a bit of my periperal vision truncated... but someone without a massive noggin would probably be ok. I originally bought these goggles because I was sick of my old electric's fogging up... The rogue's have delivered. They rarely fog, and when they do, it's because I belly flopped a kicker and scooped snow into them. I can't blame them for fogging then... it's just physics.
Fits well with my R.E.D. helmet (can't remember the model off hand)
These goggle were great for a year, fit great, really clear, nice tint, untill a month ago i was teaching and i took my goggles off and looked at them and the mirror on the lenses was pooling on top of them. It was like 30 degrees and light snow. i called dragon and they are replacing them but i have to pay for shipping. Could have just been my lenses but overall great goggles. i have the artist series with green ion lenses
I have the Jammie Lynn Pro model. They are great for sunny days. They are a little tough to see if there are lots of shadows or low light. The spherical lenses make for great field of view. I wish I could comment on the amber lenses. I think the amber would be very nice for all conditions. They are also very durable. I've never had a problem with the mirroring coming off. They are very stylish too. Not too big, not to small.
I have a green/grey pair with the ionized lens. The lens' are sick, not too mirrored. If you look from an angle or distance it's mirrored but when your close talking you can see the persons eyes, which is sick. They fit my helmet, and they are medium sized, perfect for my face. Fully recommend them