Transfer & Dragon Goggle Design Comp - Update
6th of January 2012
COMPETITION UPDATE 2: Entries are now closed. Entries are now being reviewed by the judging panel at Transfer Snowboard Magazine and Dragon Alliance.
Some of the super-creative entries we've received for the Transfer Dragon Goggle Design Comp.
These guys have put metaphorical pen to paper to come up with some out-of-the-box concepts for Dragon's APX goggles. Will one of these guys see their design become reality? Will you?
Find out more and how to enter Here
More about the Comp
Dragon is partnering with Transfer Snowboard Magazine for the Down Under addition of the Dragon goggle design contest - throwing it out there to you, the Aussie and Kiwi riders, to design your own version of Dragon's brand spanking top end goggle, the APX.
The winner will see their designs become reality with a few pairs of the APXs heading their way... PLUS the winning design may even go into production for the 2012 winter range.
The concept comes off the back of the hugely successful Dragon goggle contest, now entering its fourth year in the northern hemisphere, including Europe, USA and Canada.
Find out more and enter Here
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