• Dragon - LILd Goggles - Kids' - Black/LumaLens Red Ion
    Dragon - LILd Goggles - Kids' - Black/Lum Silver Ion
  • Dragon - LILd Goggles - Kids' - Black/LumaLens Red Ion
  • Dragon - LILd Goggles - Kids' - Black/Lum Silver Ion
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Dragon LILd Goggles - Kids'

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    • Black/LumaLens Red Ion, One Size
      sale $35.99
    • Black/Lum Silver Ion, One Size
      sale $24.99
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    Tech Specs

    Frame Material:
    polyurethane
    Helmet Compatible:
    yes
    Eyeglass Compatible:
    no
    Polarized Lens:
    no
    Ventilation:
    uni-directional airflow system
    Grip Strap:
    no
    Face Size:
    youth
    Recommended Use:
    snowboarding, skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 years

    Don't make your kid suffer through another season of using inferior hand-me-down eyewear—set them up with the Dragon Lil D Goggles. Anti-fog lenses, plush face foam, and a helmet-compatible fit keep your mini-shredder stoked all season.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    Great for toddlers

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    These are great for our 2.5 year old. The silver ion lenses are perfect for bluebird sunny days, though maybe a bit dark for all around lenses.

    Nice Goggle But Small

    • Fit: Runs small

    Look like quality goggles. Lens, foam and plenty of adjustment. Ordered two pair for 5 and 7 yr old but they were too small. Appear for smaller kids.

    Almost as cool as the box they come in..

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Got these as a gift for my 2 & 3 year old nieces as they are going to Canyons for the first time in January. Not sure which they liked more, the goggles or the box, but can say for sure they fit they their little noggins quite successfully. Not sure how they will fit with helmets.

    All the same technology

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is a Great Goggle! All the same technology that Is in the DX, DXS and D2. Dragon did not skimp on the kids goggles. Dad and little Johnny can match out on the hill.



    Helmet Compatible

    Single Face Foam

    100% UV Protection

    Anti-Fog Lens

    Polyurethane Frame

    Youth Fit

    My li'l one loves them!

      Got these goggles for my daughter -- to be honest, the dragon logo sold her more than the features. As long as wears them, I'm happy. Great quality goggles.

      Good goggle

        seem to do the job. No complaints from my 7 year old son. Read a few reviews that they were smaller than they appear, and won't fit the face of anyone older than 3. That was not my experience. Comfortable, no fog so far, although they've only been used once on somewhat of a warm day.

        Dragon

        Goggles Lens Tints
         VLT*CONDITIONS
        DARK SMOKE BLUE IONIZED 4% sunny
        JET ION 13% sunny
        JET 19% sunny
        SMOKE GOLD ION 16% sunny
        DARK SMOKE 20% partially cloudy
        GREEN IONIZED 22% partially cloudy
        BLUE STEEL

        22%

        partially cloudy
        RED ION 21% partially cloudy
        SMOKE 24% partially cloudy
        ROSE 30% cloudy
        GOLD IONIZED 33% cloudy
        IONIZED 34% cloudy
        YELLOW RED ION 41% cloudy
        AMBER 51% cloudy
        YELLOW BLUE ION 53% low light / night
        PINK ION 64% low light / night
        YELLOW 74% low light / night
        CLEAR 81% low light / night
        POLARIZED 15 - 20% -polarized lenses act as "blinds" and block light that reflects off flat surfaces such as snow, asphalt, and water
        -the polarized filter absorbs and eliminates scattered and reflected light and drastically reduces glare to help
        the wearer see more clearly in bright, reflective conditions
        *VLT (VISIBLE LIGHT TRANSMISSION):
        THE PERCENTAGE OF AVAILABLE LIGHT ALLOWED TO REACH THE EYE (THE LOWER THE NUMBER, THE DARKER THE LENS)