Did you know that if your goggles are bigger than your face, it means you have cancer?
Not everyone fits into a pair of massive goggles. The DXS Goggles are for riders who want signature Dragon style with a frame that actually fits smaller faces. Don't let the size fool you—these things pack a punch. The DXS Goggles block 100% of UV rays and won't fog up thanks to a dual lens design and Dragon's uni-directional air flow system. The lightweight and flexible polyurethane frame has a moisture-wicking micro-fleece lining for a comfy fit and a flat profile on top so the DXS Goggles fit well with a helmet. Now you can take advantage of Dragon's quality eyewear without resorting to goggles that are bigger than your head.
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Would these goggles fit a 15 year old girl...
Would these goggles fit a 15 year old girl with a medium sized head?
look good and get the job done without breaking the bank.
Been skiing with these for about two seasons now, no complaints, haven't had any issues with fogging. Overall solid goggles.
As long as you're not stupid and you don't put these on your forehead, they're great goggles. I used my sister's DXS goggles for a long time before I purchased my own, and I have never had any problems with these goggles. They're great for night skiing also.
I bought these goggles on clearance at my local store thinking it would be a good expense of my money. Boy was I wrong! I wore these goggles during one trip and within 5 minutes I noticed a lot of fogging. There were a few times where the fogging was so terrible that I had to switch to sunglasses just so I could see where I was going. One thing I did not do was put in some anti-fog, but I do not believe that any goggles should rely on this alone. The fit was decent, but some places had gaps which dried out my contacts extremely fast.
I am so disappointed in these that I'm not even looking at the Dragon line of goggles anymore. I think I'll try some VonZippers.