Second time's a charm.

It's a fact: not all updates are good ones. However, unlike a certain someone's living room renovation, the Dragon DX2 Goggles do not fall under the "ugly and too many shades of brown" spectrum. Though, much like the original, the DX2 touts a classic and versatile silhouette that offers a seamless transition from helmet to goggle, while the medium fit caters to a variety of face shapes and sizes. The dual-cylindrical lens touts 100% UV protection and an anti-fog treatment for unimpeded optical clarity and protection from the sun's harmful rays, while the foam padding and microfleece lining are hypoallergenic for a comfortable feel. 

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  • A classic, versatile goggle for snowsports
  • Upgraded rendition of the original DX goggle
  • Dual-cylindrical lens provides 100% UV protection
  • Foam and microfleece lining are hypoallergenic
  • Helmet-compatible construction offers a seamless look
  • Medium fit furthers versatility
  • Reviews
  • Q & A


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Initially tried these on with my helmet and liked the fit.
Used them on the mountain on a cold cloudy day and they worked well. Used them on a cold but sunny day and they fogged up a little but I fixed that by getting a little space between goggles and my Giro helmet, which was blocking the vents.
Used on a full sunny 50 degree day and they worked great. These coal ionized are perfect for spring skiing but I'm fussing th with them on colder (<40degree) days
Helmet goggle combo is something to consider when purchasing.