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Dragon D3 OTG Goggles (Adults')

Dragon D3 OTG Goggles (Adults') - Split
  • Dragon D3 OTG Goggles (Adults') - Split
Our Price $130.00
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Quick Specs

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  • Fit: Large
  • Main Lens Light Conditions: Sunny
  • Lens Type: Spherical
 

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Main Lens Light Conditions

Spare Lens Light Conditions

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Style: 338515026334

Pull the Dragon D3 OTG Snow Goggles over your spectacles and experience a view of the mountain like you've never experienced before. With special considerations made at your temples and the bridge of your nose, they fit perfectly over your glasses while still delivering the vision and protection you need for a winter day spent outdoors. And you get the benefit of lenses that work with your glasses, including a Blue Ion option perfect for sunny days and a versatile Amber lens for cloudy days or even riding after dark.

KEY FEATURES
  • LumaLens® Technology includes a hard coating that resists scratches and an Ionized Filter that reduces glare
  • Blue Ion Lens is perfect for sunny conditions, while the included Amber Lens works great on overcast days
  • Over the Glass (OTG) Frame fits comfortably over corrective lenses and frames
SPECS
  • Fit: Large
  • Main Lens Light Conditions: Sunny
  • Spare Lens Light Conditions: Partly Sunny
  • Lens Type: Spherical
  • Main Lens VLT %: 15
  • Spare Lens VLT %: 35
FEATURES
  • No Slip Strap
  • Anti-Fog Coating
  • UV Protection
  • Hypoallergenic Face Foam
  • Helmet Compatible
  • Spare lens included
  • Venting

Questions and Answers

ASK A QUESTION Got questions about this product? Ask them here. Got questions about anything else? Please see our FAQ.
Q:
"How can you tell lens apart The lens that is on the goggle is that for sunny days ? And is the spare lens is that the one for partly cloudy? Just got them today "
1 Answers | Answer Question
Question by A.Kelly on 1/9/2019 - 5:05 pm
A:
"Thank you for your inquiry. The main lens is the Luma-Blue-Ion this is for sunny days and the spare lens is for partly sunny days. We hope this information helps! "
Answer by kelli.mahalick@peterglenn.com (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/15/2019 - 8:00 pm

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