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I've never used any dragon products so i can't say from experience but it looks like a pretty nice goggle. Cylindrical lens, personally I dont like those kind of goggles but if its at a right price point for you then go for it.
If you look online you can find some deals on some spherical lens goggles if that's what a look that you prefer but can't find a low enough price on. From my experience backcountry and amazon have had awesome deals on goggles.
Frankly the best thing for you to do is go down to a shop with your helmet and see what fits with your helmet, especially if you are going to be wearing them under it. If you can manage to make it through to the end of the season youll be able to pick up some hella deals. I got some Smith I/Os which I think by most standards are a high-end goggle for 90 dollars with a spare night lens .
super sick, worth every penny and they dont even have any warping (atleast mine dont) which shows me that they know how to make a good cylindrical lense. Also very scratch resistant and the antifogging is sweet
As Abraham Lincoln once said in the Gettysburg Address, "Air Blaster goggles are the best if you want to slay pussy all over the resort", he later mentions the "M.I.L.F" technology or moisture impermeable lens function.