Goggles are a pretty damn important part of your snowboard gear. Without them, you're eyes would dry out, shrivel up, and fall out of your skull when you snowboard.
Ok, so that's not entirely true but what remains hard, cold fact is that you'll have a much better day up on the hill with a good lens protecting one of your most precious sensory organs. Dragon are back for the 2014/2015 with a fresh new collection of goggles to keep you scoping out the snow bunnies/blokes and spotting that landing every time.
Continuing from last season, Dragon will be continuing to push their #WeAreFrameless campaign, with an updated range of oversized, frameless face-gems.
Check out some of the new prints on next season's Dragon goggles over the following pages:
[part title="Dragon APX2 Goggles 2014/2015"]
Dragon have taken their wildly popular APX goggle and added new SwiftLock Lens tech to make changing your lenses on the fly even quicker and easier in 2015. The APX 2 feature a pair of levers at the sides of the frame that can be operated with gloves on. Pop the lens out, stick a new one in place, slide the lever down, wallop.
[part title="Dragon APX Goggles 2014/2015"]
Of course, the original APX with their distinctive, oversized, spherical appearance, are also still part of the line. Expect maximum peripheral vision and high, top-of-the-line construction.
[part title="Dragon DX Goggles 2014/2015"]
Check out a few more of next winter's DX colourways below:
[part title="Dragon D1 Goggles 2014/2015"]
Next up we have the D1 goggles which were introduced this past season. The D1's feature an oversized fit and a cylindrical lens and are perfect for the guy looking for a classic goggle shape adorning their mug.
[part title="Dragon D2 Goggles 2014/2015"]
The D2 is essentially the little brother of the D1: same classic shape but a slightly smaller fit. How bitchin' is that tye-die colourway?
[part title="Dragon NFX Goggles 2014/2015"]
The NFX goggles were released this past season as a cylindrical lens alternative to the APX. They're definitely one of the most striking pairs in the entire line-up and are a personal favourite of ours. They come in a whole range of different colours and lens tints but you'll have to wait until the release in the autumn to scope them all out...
[part title="Dragon Rogue Goggles 2014/2015"]
The Rogue goggles are another long-running model in the Dragon line and feature a spherical lens and medium sized frame to get the job done. The hinged outriggers on the outside of the goggs means that you can comfortably wear these with a helmet too.
[part title="Dragon APXs Goggles 2014/2015"]
The APXs goggles have all of the features of the classic APX but in a slightly smaller package. A good option for girls and dudes with smaller faces who want that same spaceman/bug-eyed look but don't want their faces drowned by it.