Dragon Masque de Ski D1 Solid Grey 2 écrans Ion & Amber RL
Ref. : DR7224285 ICE
The Dragon D1 Solid Grey is a throw back to Dragon's original snowboard goggles. Comes with 2 lenses.To learn more about us
The Dragon D1 Solid Grey is a throw back to Dragon's original snowboard goggles.
- Helmet compatible
- Replaceable Strap
- Dual layer face Foam
- Micro Fleece Lining
- 100% UV Protection
- Super anti-fog Lens
- Polyurethane Frame.
- Comes with 2 lenses.
- Goggles type lenses : Cylindrical
- Lens color : Orange
- Categorie : 3
Dragon goggles lenses :
Jet Lens 25-30% Light Transmission Best for bright sunny conditions by adding definition and cutting glare
- Gender : Men
- Color Goggles : Grey
- Goggles size : medium
- Masque Verre Photo/Polarisé/Miroité : Mirror
- Masque Modele : Dragon D1
- Goggles options : delivered with 2 lenses
- Goggles case : Dragon Microfiber bag
- Goggles warranty : 12 months Dragon
Since the beginning, Dragon set out to be the leading eyewear, snow goggles and accessories brand in the active youth lifestyle market by supporting the best athletes with the best product, while remaining connected to core retailers and consumers. That mission still holds true today and is the driving force behind the company’s success and heritage. In 1993, in a garage in Capo Beach, CA, founder Will Howard aimed to build a company that encompassed his passions for surfing, snowboarding, and riding dirt bikes. Enthusiasm and knowledge of the market bore Dragon’s first and still primary product, sunglasses. The company began distributing to local surf shops before expanding to Hawaii and Florida, and later Australia and other international markets. Dragon gradually extended its reach as well, developing innovative, diversified products in all eyewear categories. With an emphasis on creating functional, high-quality merchandise that appealed to the youth market and pushed the status quo. Dragon introduced a number of innovative products early on. “We saw an opportunity to add snow goggles to the lineup by aligning ourselves with the emerging snowboard market,” says founder Will Howard. “We loved riding and realized snowboarders were treated as second-class citizens just like we were as a start-up, so we thought that would be a good match.” From there, Dragon recruited snowboarders Jamie Lynn, Chris Roach, and a few others. Many years and many ride days later, Dragon has established itself as a leader in the snow goggle business.