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Dragon DX Skullcandy Goggles


Dragon DX Skullcandy Goggles


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We’ve all stared down the barrel of a black run and felt our nerve give a little. But whenever these uncharacteristically-sheepish feelings strike, we like to ask ourselves ‘What would Eddie Van Halen do?’ Well now you can ask him, with the Dragon DX Skullcandy Goggles. Armed with this hard-wearing headgear you can listen to your favourite music even when you’re miles from the nearest après bar.

The tough polyurethane goggles have a dual layer of face foam for superior comfort and ventilation. But it’s the lenses that set them apart. The chemicals used in the advanced anti-fog coating were originally developed by NASA. Super strong and long lasting, this same stuff has protected the helmets and visors of astronauts. So a little snow won’t bother it a bit!

Feed the goggles’ strap through the arms of the Skullcandy headphones and the whole lot will stay put on your noggin, even in the toughest conditions. Throw a mobile or MP3 player in your backpack and you’ll have all the musical inspiration you need for those daredevil black runs. So what are you waiting for? Might as well jump!

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Product Features:
  • High spec Dragon goggles with Skullcandy headphones
  • 100% UV protection
  • Dual layer face foam
  • Polyurethane frame
  • Helmet compatible
  • Super anti-fog lens: featuring the same anti-fog chemicals used by NASA for spacecraft windshields and space helmet visors. Super strong and super long lasting
  • Medium fit
  • Replaceable strap
  • Micro fleece lining
  • Scratch resistance coating

Customer Reviews

Does the size adjust on the goggles.
Alex - 28th November 2012
Firebox says: Hi Alex, the goggles are a medium fit - one size fits most.
I have an XL helmet size, will these goggles fit over said helmet?
Mike - 7th October 2012
Firebox says: Hi Mike! Really just depends how big your XL helmet is. We wouldn't recommend you doing this as it may have a negative impact on the safety that the helmet provides.