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do these have super reflective interior lenses that make viewing annoying?
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do these have super reflective interior lenses that make viewing annoying?
Tried a bunch of different goggle brands over the years, Dragons are by far my fav.
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Tried a bunch of different goggle brands over the years, Dragons are by far my fav.
thanks for the response. so you dont experience an interior reflection from the lens? like one that would make you see your own eye lashes a bit in the sun?
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thanks for the response. so you dont experience an interior reflection from the lens? like one that would make you see your own eye lashes a bit in the sun?
If you're that worried about the reflection question, take the time & go to a store & test them out in the sun.. or buy these & if you don't like them, you can always sell them for what you paid for them, b/c they're so cheap. Make a decision, it's not that hard.
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thanks for the response. so you dont experience an interior reflection from the lens? like one that would make you see your own eye lashes a bit in the sun?
Having owned a few pairs of dragon lenses, but more importantly several lenses of varying makes, I find the newer more well known brand names don't really suffer this issue, especially with the ionized lenses which do a great job of blocking the sharp light. I believe they are adding an anti reflective type coating to the interior of the lenses.
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If you're that worried about the reflection question, take the time & go to a store & test them out in the sun.. or buy these & if you don't like them, you can always sell them for what you paid for them, b/c they're so cheap. Make a decision, it's not that hard.
oh, they sell these in store?
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Having owned a few pairs of dragon lenses, but more importantly several lenses of varying makes, I find the newer more well known brand names don't really suffer this issue, especially with the ionized lenses which do a great job of blocking the sharp light. I believe they are adding an anti reflective type coating to the interior of the lenses.
sorry to be explicit here, but is Dragon what you consider a "more well known brand name"?

my recollection of ski goggles are brands like Scott, Oakley, etc.
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sorry to be explicit here, but is Dragon what you consider a "more well known brand name"?

my recollection of ski goggles are brands like Scott, Oakley, etc.
Correct. Dragon, Electric, P.O.C, and Smith are others that I can recall off the top of my head.
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Correct. Dragon, Electric, P.O.C, and Smith are others that I can recall off the top of my head.
thanks, it's been a decade since I've bought ski goggles. my clearance oakleys are still working fine.
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thanks for the response. so you dont experience an interior reflection from the lens? like one that would make you see your own eye lashes a bit in the sun?
I have the amber lens and have no issue with reflection.
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