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The NFX goggles are super wide, because they are designed for a large face, which is perfect for me. The field of view on these goggles is amazing, there is almost no view restriction and its like you are not wearing goggles. The field of view is similar to the smith IOX, which were my previous goggles. If you were a fan of the IOX, I would suggest giving these a try. The IOX fit even wider than he NFX, which was ideal for me because I have a wide face and enjoy a wide field of view, but I did have a small fog problem with the IOX at times. I really enjoyed the tint of the stock lens that it came with. It was awesome in the sun, but I would have to wear a different pair in the flat light because I only have one lens. The NFX resisted the temptation to fog up while hiking, or while my balaclava covered my nose. I tested these goggles with the Poc Bug, and they are compatible. Minimal goggle gap and no need for constant readjustment. Dragon always has simple straps, making it comfortable to wear under the helmet.
All though this is subjective, these goggles have to be the nicest looking goggles I have ever had the pleasure of wearing. I really enjoyed riding with these goggles and would definitely recommend them to anyone who has a wide face and enjoys the large view.