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The Dragon Rogue Goggle provides unmatched optical clarity, so you can spot your landing and stomp your cab seven with unnatural ease. An ionized lens ensures crystal clear vision whether you're riding in pea soup or ripping on a bright bluebird day. Dragon added vents in the top of the lens and frame to prevent fogging when you hike the ridge to snag an untracked lap.
- Backcountry Outlet
When Danny Davis and TJ Schiller spot their landings after three or four rotations over a huge table top, the Dragon Rogue Goggle ensures they see it and stick it. The optically correct lens gives your eyes the ability to see downhill so you can know what's ahead when you're spotting a landing in the park or mapping out a series of turns through a rock-studded chute.
Featuring a spherical lens for a wide view and a comfortable, helmet-compatible fit, the women's Dragon Rogue snow goggles are ready for your sessions on the slopes, in sun or clouds.
The Rogue from Dragon offers medium-fit sizing and adjustable hinges on the strap to guarantee a perfect goggle-to-helmet interface and solid, hassle-free function. And even if you dont wear a helmet, the Rogues optically correct spherical lens with Super Anti-Fog coating will give you a crystal clear view of the terrain in all kinds of conditions.
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