On a bright sunny day I was handed the Dragon Rogue goggles to take out for a test run. The pair I placed on my face were the Gigi Ruf Signature Series which feature a Red Ionized lens. A red ionized lens is going to give you high-contrast and highlight all the little features in the snow and also shade your eyes from the bright rays of the sun. So this was a perfect lens to be wearing that day.
The Dragon Rogue goggles are specifically designed to fit a medium sized face. I would say my face is somewhere around that size and they fit comfortably. The Rogues didn’t fit around my nose very well and there was some cold air getting in, but this will be different for everybody because it will just depend on the specific features of your face how a goggle will fit. The visibility through the eyes of the Rogue was good. I could see all around me with ease and the frame wasn’t cutting my vision short. The only place the frame was visible was around the nose, but when you’re riding that’s not really a place your focused on looking at.
The Dragon Rogue goggles come stock with an Optically Correct lens, which means there isn’t any distortion looking through the lens so everything is crystal clear. They have adjustable hinges, triple layer face foam and micro fleece lining to sit comfortably on your face. To protect your eyes the Rogue goggle lenses have 100% UV Protection and they are available in polarized so you will never have glare again. They have a tough and durable polyurethane frame and are helmet compatible. Be sure to look for Dragon’s Super Anti-Fog Technology on the Rogue and all of their snow goggles.