Wheres Dragon goggles?

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9/17/2018 6:26 PM

Was looking around there site to see the 2019 line-up and the moto section is gone, anyone know if they stopped making MX stuff?

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9/18/2018 12:16 PM

it looks like it and I will assume Anderson will be using a different brand.
Basically Smith and Oakley are the only two goggle companies that actually manufacture their own product, the rest are manufactured over sea by the same company.

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9/18/2018 12:24 PM

I don't know but I called Dragon about that a few weeks ago and they said "We just updated our website, and they haven't finished updating the moto portion yet" I told them it looks bad to customers, they said "we know."

Take that for what you want.

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9/18/2018 12:31 PM

You guys want me to drive down the street and see what's up?

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9/18/2018 12:34 PM

I just called them again and they said they ARE still in the market, just haven't updated the website yet.

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9/18/2018 12:42 PM

aroark247 wrote:

I just called them again and they said they ARE still in the market, just haven't updated the website yet.

Sounds like they need to prioritise this website update before people get the wrong idea! Are we to understand they do have new 2019 models ready to advertise?

Anyone know why most pros use the MXV Max as opposed to the more expensive NFX2 with lens lock system etc?

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9/18/2018 12:45 PM

Just partly answered my own question...

JA using what seems to be a new model MXV Max. Don’t think they had any white frame versions before. Photo

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9/18/2018 1:06 PM

MX is a very small portion of their business, they are 100% continuing with moto though. The reason most prefer the MXV is because it’s a specific moto goggle, while the NFX2 is an adapted snow goggle. I prefer the MXV because of the fit and the lense, I just wish it had the NFX2 lense system!

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9/18/2018 1:27 PM

Thanks for all the info guys

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9/18/2018 1:39 PM

Preston412 wrote:

it looks like it and I will assume Anderson will be using a different brand.
Basically Smith and Oakley are the only two ...more

Rip n Roll manufacture their goggles in house in UK. Great goggles, but haven’t really hit the US market

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9/18/2018 1:47 PM

aroark247 wrote:

I don't know but I called Dragon about that a few weeks ago and they said "We just updated our website, and they haven't ...more

i mean... Ive been riding motocross for the better part of 10 years and i think Ive been to an apparel brands actual website maybe... 3 times?

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9/18/2018 3:17 PM

You've a champion in the big supercross class for the first time since in whatevah time and then people can't watch your products on the website? Damn great marketing.

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9/18/2018 3:38 PM

rmoto003 wrote:

i mean... Ive been riding motocross for the better part of 10 years and i think Ive been to an apparel brands actual website ...more

I've noticed what should be common items (clear replacement lens) listed as out of stock and very very limited color options around on the big parts websites so i figured id go right to the source and see whats up.

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9/21/2018 11:50 AM

Preston412 wrote:

it looks like it and I will assume Anderson will be using a different brand.
Basically Smith and Oakley are the only two ...more

I can't speak for anyone else, but I know, for a fact, that SCOTT makes all of their goggles (winter and moto), in house. All SCOTT goggles in North America come out of Ogden, UTAH, USA.

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9/21/2018 12:45 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/21/2018 12:46 PM

Maybe things like me calling in multiple times, and you guys participating in this thread, will catch their attention. Their goggles really are top notch and as good or better than any other brand

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9/22/2018 9:55 AM

The real reason why many of these motorcycle related brands have such terrible websites is because their biggest focus is getting their products into distribution. The cash cow for a company like dragon is getting into these catalogs you see at cycle gear/chapparal/etc. In many cases, the manufacturers website is left to be updated last.

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