Dragon Goggles X2 2020 is a further development of the popular and cross-border Dragon APX. The new Dragon X2 is the same stylish and minimalist design, with even more advanced technology. The new Swift Lock lens shift system lets you change the lens without taking off the gloves. Adapt to changing conditions on the road. The patented frameless design gives you maximum visibility, which is always razor sharp due to the effective anti-fog treatment, dual lens and integrated ventilation. Stylish, sturdy and comfortable goggles. It is an oversized goggle that fills much of the face and gives you a cool look. The glasses are compatible with all leading ski helmets on the market.
Lumalens works the same way as Oakley's more famous Prizm lenses and Spy Optics' Happy lenses by highlighting the contrasts and colors in your surroundings. It makes your depth perception and ability to spot changes in terrain or snow is drastically improved. It also makes your eyes become less tired when they need to be less focused to see what is happening around you. It helps you drive better and safer skiing or snowboarding.
You can see the lenses that come with the various Dragon X2 Goggles. All models come with Lumalens lenses for maximum performance.
Lumalens is Dragons patented color technology is an integral part of their lenses . It provides ultra-high defination across the whole spectrum of different lighting conditions. Designed to provide optimum visibility in all conditions and environments. It enhances color, contrast and increase depth perception and reduces eye fatigue.
Amber is a lens for cloudy weather and conditions where light is scarce. It highlights the contrasts, where you normally can not see them. It provides a very natural view when you look through it. The booster clarity and detail in the snow, so you can see more and better.
Green Iron Dragons outstanding all round lens with 25% light transmission. Along with Red Iron (28%), it is solid in about the middle with a foot in each camp. It is really good in the sunshine and quite very well in overcast. Never as good as dedicated lenses respectively overcast and bright sunshine. But just use one lens. Then Green Iron the best bet.