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Smith Fuse Goggles

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Specs

Frame: Polyurethane
Lens: Polycarbonate
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Eyeglass Compatible:
  • Non Eyeglass Compatible
Ventilation: yes
Face Size:
  • Standard Frame
Technology:
  • Standard
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboarding
  • Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: Lifetime

Description: Smith Fuse Goggles

These Smith Fuse Snowboard Goggles are both extremely effective and very comfortable. Its Quick fit Strap Adjustment System help make these goggle incredibly easy to put on. Its Silicone Back Strap ensures a snug and reliable fit. These goggles also happen to have a fantastic ventilation system. Smith Optics is one of the most trusted brands in the snowboard industry. They offer a clear view lens to allow for the clearest possible vision. They offer a whole lot of bang for your buck!

Key Features of the Smith Fuse Snowboard Goggles:
  • Medium Fit
  • Spherical, Carbonic X Lens with TLT Optics
  • Painted Regular adjustable Lens Ventilation
  • Articulating outrigger positioning system
  • Ultra Wide, Silicone Backed Strap
  • Quick fit Strap Adjustment System
  • Dual Layer, Dri


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Good for the Price"

    , Eureka, MO
    Pros: Lightweight, Good Fit, Cons: Foggy,

    My Fuses fogged in the first week I had them. And no I didn't wipe the inside of them. Maybe I just sweat too much or something but when I tested out the I/O goggles they were great. I love Smith but my Fuses weren't what I thought they would be.

  • "Pimped out Goggles with awesome peripherals"

    , Aspendale Gardens, Vic
    Pros: Allows extended peripheral vision, Comfortable Straps, Fog Proof Cons:

    Just used them today and they are the awesome!!! When compared to my old Scotts, these just give you the extended peripheral vision (just comparing to old one) and they don't fog up!! They are also very comfy. Recommended buy!

  • "A worthy Purchase"

    , Whistler, BC
    Pros: Cheap price, Looks good, Durable, Comfortable, Great range of sight, Cons: Strap at the back,

    If you're in the market for a lower price google, this is the one for you. It looks great, is very durable where it came through without so much as a scratch after a load of heavy stacks. You also have a great range of sight too! I found the Rc36 lens's worked fine for every condition I experienced, though I lost a bit of visibility on the heavily snowing days. The ventilation system was no hassle until I accidently closed it and it fogged up, but after I opened it up again, I never had a problem with fogging up again. With the clip at the back, it did unclip itself after a few heavy falls but overall it didn't really pose too much of a problem. For me buying my first pair of goggles, they did the job great! Definitely pick them up if you're looking for a cheap and durable pair of goggles.

  • "Fuse Goggles"

    , Hartford, SD
    Pros: Durable, Cool Look, Cons: Field of view is ehhhh,

    Got these goggles because I liked the look, but when I actually started using them I realized my peripheral vision wasn't that great in these. Bubble shaped goggles are just all around better, but other than that, these goggles are great.

  • "Good for sale price"

    , Irvine, CA
    Pros: Cheap, They do their job, Durable Cons: Not the most comfortable, Basic viewing angle,

    I think I paid 20 bucks for these and they are great for a set of back up goggles. They aren't the most comfortable and you do not get a great viewing angle, but they are decent for the sale price. I have a pair that I always bring to back up my Oakley's or that I can lend to a friend if needed.

  • "Good Goggles"

    , laurence harbor, NJ
    Pros: Durable, Comfortable, Good Lookin Cons: Inside of lens scratch easily, RC36 to dark for night,

    My backup pair of goggles in case I forget my primary at home. Nice looking pair of goggles, comfortable to wear all day, even on my big head. Strap is long enough to wear with a helmet. RC36 lens is to dark for me at night; however, I'll admit that I have horrible night vision.

  • "fog"

    , Dartmouth, MA
    Pros: good view, good look, Cons: fog,

    I used these the other day from my friend and I was not impressed. Halfway down the moutain they fogged up. They have a nice look and easy to see through but not good for fogging.

  • "Worth the $$$"

    , AL
    Pros: Price, Keep the wind and cold outta yo eyes, Cons: There's a reason you can nab them for 40 bucks,

    Cheap. I forgot my goggles and just picked these up at the mountain. They worked for the day I suppose but I gave them to my friend after the day was done... sooooo.... If you just need a quick fix for eye protection, go for it, but if you need something a bit more quality, it might be wise to throw down a few more shekels for a nicer pair.

  • "great goggles!!!"

    , Coopersville, MI
    Pros: fog proof, look amazing, have great lens Cons: scratch ...wich all goggles scratch ,

    I just got these goggles and they have been super durable, fog free, and look amazing. If you want to go cheap but want a great par of goggles, these are where it's at.

  • "Awesome"

    , New Berlin, WI
    Pros: Durable , No Fog, Cons: none, not for night riding,

    I bought these after seeing all the reviews on them. They lived up to everything people said they did. I've had them out and about 8 times since I bought them and they're awesome. 0 problems.

  • "Sweet goggles"

    , RUFFS DALE, PA
    Pros: Never fog up, Great lenses, Look awesome Cons:

    I love these goggles. They work great and never fog up. Plus they have a quick latch on the back so you can take them on and off very easily. Just as good as more expensive goggles.

  • "Killer value"

    , MORGANVILLE, NJ
    Pros: Great goggle for price, Durable, Cons: Not the best looking,

    This is a great goggle for the price. You get Smith quality for a value price. They have been used for many seasons and are still good as new. Why pay over 100 dollars for goggles when these are an option.

  • "Smith Fuse- good goggle"

    , TORRANCE, CA
    Pros: cool design, Cons: fit,

    I have used this goggle for 5 times, the only problem on me is the fit, and also sometimes they have fog, but overall they are a nice goggle.

  • "Good affordable googles"

    , HUNTERSVILLE, NC
    Pros: Good vision, Doesn't Fog, Cons:

    A very good overall goggle. It has excellent vision, and fits well on a medium face. Vents keep goggles from fogging up better than any others I've ever had. Lenses are interchangeable, although takes a couple min to get fit in. Not as easy as the I/O's, but they aren't meant to be. That's why they are way cheaper. I have several pair, and are the best goggle I have ever owned.

  • "Great goggles for an awesome price!"

    , AL
    Pros: Fairly inexpensive, Comfortable, Does the job Cons: Strap in the back,

    These are some great goggles. I am a beginner/intermediate rider. I just bought these goggles a few weeks ago and wore these for the first time this past saturday. Although I have not tried other goggles before, these definitely did the job at a great price. When I used to wear sunglasses, they would fog up.. this did not happen at all with these goggles! I was also scared that I may not have peripheral vision, but that was not a problem. They were compatible with my helmet, which is a Smith Maze. They worked together like a charm. It also came along with an extra lens for the cloudy days. They looked great as well, so I would definitely recommend them.

  • "Loud without saying a word!"

    , APO, AE
    Pros: Great ventilation, Comfortable , Look Awesome Cons: None,

    I got these initially because they looked cool, but then after wearing them, I noticed the great features that they have. Mine are the Orange/White Air Retro/Red Mirrors and the Red Mirror lenses are great on the sunny days, but for the overcast/white out days I switch out with the regular lens and it works great. As for the ventilation, I didn't have any problems with them fogging up unless I covered my nose with my neck gator. Plus there is the venting lever on the outside of the lense so you can choose your level of ventilation. But the best part about them, aside from the looks, are that they are a really comfortable fit on my face, even with my helmet. I would recommend the Smith Fuse Goggles to anyone looking for a great looking, cheap, versatile goggle.

  • "Great value"

    , SAN FRANCISCO, CA
    Pros: lens options, vents, Cons: little bit of fogging,

    For the money these goggles are an excellent pick up. They are far superior quality to ones my friends have, and they paid about the same. (1) They have vents that can open and close at the top; (2) Mine have rc36 lenses which I have used in near-whiteout, cloudy, and sunny conditions with no issues except for the fact that everything is a greenish tinge when I take them off; (3) They are super comfortable; and (4) They hardly fog at all (only once or twice so far, close to my nose). I also wear with a Smith helmet and the goggles fit perfectly.

  • "Pretty Good"

    , Glen Allen, VA
    Pros: Good looking, Keep face warm, Cons: Easily fogs,

    I used the goggles for about half a season and I liked them, but they tend to fog up easily. Other than that they kept my face pretty warm and their lens's are pretty nice.

  • "Great goggle"

    , SAN JOSE, CA
    Pros: Anti-fog, Nice design, Cons:

    Didn't fog up, cool design, don't look cheap, reasonable price, overall - great goggle!

  • "Great Goggles"

    , jenison, MI
    Pros: No Fog, Great lense clarity, Comfertable fit Cons:

    I bought theses goggles for my brother and he loves them! The face foam is nice and plush, there is a regulator for the venting which I think is pretty sweet! Over all just an excellent goggle for the price. Highly reccomended.

  • "Great, cheap goggles"

    , Seattle, WA
    Pros: cheap, good lenses, comfy Cons:

    These are some of the best goggles for under $50! They are very comfortable and breathable, not a patch of fog, and I've had them for quite a while!

  • "Very Comfy Goggles"

    , Dudley Park, WA
    Pros: Comfortable, Stylish, Great Value Cons:

    Very Comfortable, wide, breathable goggles... Great value too.

  • "Best Goggle!"

    , CO
    Pros: Clear, Durable, Extra Lens Cons: Won't clip in fully with Red helmets,

    These goggles are freakin awesome! They are very comfortable and have about a medium size fit to them. You can see crystal clear in all conditions and they absolutely do not fog up at all (first that don't!). Very durable and will withstand almost anything. Was kinda bumbed that it would not fully clip in with my Red Skycap II helmet because the rubber clip on the helmet would not fit over the quick connect on the goggles, but they still stay on without clipped in. Bonus that there was a ton of colors to choose from. Would definetly recommend this goggle to anyone considering buying them!

  • "Great Goggles"

    , Moorpark, CA
    Pros: Do not fog, price, Cons:

    I had a problem with goggles fogging up, but I was using cheap goggles. These goggles work great and don't fog up. And best of all they are cheap.

  • "love 'em"

    , San Francisco, CA
    Pros: comfortable, good fit, functional, Cons: none so far,

    Really like these goggles, my favorite that I've owned so far. For the price it's a great deal, comes with an extra lens which is just gravy. Prefer these to my previous Oakleys.

  • "Great feild of vision"

    , DUNKIRK, NY
    Pros: Periferial vision, Mirriored lense, not easy to scratch, Cons: helmet clip is loose,

    I just bought these goggles from Tjmaxx as back ups to my electric eg1's but they are now my main goggle. The lens is very scratch proof and the fit is amazing, no more squeezed nostrils. The polarized lens works great for day or night riding. My only problem is that I have to either keep them on my face or on my helmet because if they are just hanging, they fall off. Other than that, buy these and you won't be dissapointed.

  • "Nice Smith google"

    , New York, NY
    Pros: Good fit, don't fog up, Cons: not very attractive design,

    Kind of ugly but this goggle works very well. Usually don't fog up and compatible with helmet.

  • "just as great, half the price"

    , sandy, UT
    Pros: strap clip, great anti-fog, great looking and cheap Cons: not for you if you have a wide, muppet nose,

    I looked at all kinds of goggles that were about 120$ to 160$ and ended up on the fuse because it is the exact same quality as a 200$ pair for like fourty bucks. Not to mention that mine (light blue with mirrored lens) look boss. So just to be straight up, if you are looking for a pair of sick goggles that don't cost as much as your car payment, get the Fuses.

  • "nice fit"

    , bridgewater, NJ
    Pros: fit nice, looked nice, Cons: hard to adjust,

    I demo'd these goggle's at my local ski shop. They fit nice but that was once you got them adjusted.

  • "I love them!"

    , AL
    Pros: Good Vision, Cool Colors, Durable Cons:

    I got these goggles for the season. They fit really nice and cover a pretty good portion of your face. The vision out of these goggles is awesome. They block out the sun and you can still see well when night riding. The design of these goggles is sick and the colors are very cool. The design is very cool and that is one of the most important parts of a goggle or any part of clothing because everyone wants to look good while out on the mountain

  • "Lookin Good"

    , SAYVILLE, NY
    Pros: Interchangeable Lenses, Cons:

    So everyone needs new goggles sometimes, might as well get these. They look sick, they never fog, haven't scratched and they have interchangeable lenses for different light conditions. Overall no complaints.

  • "Cheap Pocket Rocket"

    , Templestowe, Vic
    Pros: Sleek in Black, Come on? Got to be the Price, Adjustable Vents Cons: Can fog a little,

    Cool looking, bang for your buck goggle. These goggles can fog at times. Adjustable vents I just let them fully open. Quick clip at the back is a great thing for those guys and girls that like to don the helmets.

  • "pretty good"

    , WHITTIER, CA
    Pros: slick, design, Cons:

    I personally like the design, fits fine, lens aren't as good as my old googles but they still are good.

  • "Cheap, but broke after a season"

    , wakefield, MA
    Pros: Low cost, good clarity, Cons: weird clip on the back, broke after just a season,

    Bought this goggle last season for around $35, worked great for the time that I had them but the frame cracked where the strap meets the frame. Also, they have a really weird clip on the back that was supposed to work with Smith helmets (I think), made it really difficult to use with the RED helmet I have. Other than that, pretty decent goggle.

  • "2010 Smith Fuse"

    , FREMONT, CA
    Pros: Multiple Lens, Durable, Nice design Cons: Clip sometimes not the best for helmet use,

    A great goggle for the value. Awesome deal with the additional lens included. I own the Black Day of the Dead with Red Mirror. I would say for the price and value this is a sure buy.

  • "Smith Fuse"

    , gaithersburg, MD
    Pros: Readily available extra lenses, Cons: Fog when old or left in car,

    These goggles are great if you get a collection of lenses. Don't leave them in the car over-night or you will have a serious fogging problem.

  • "Bang for your Buck"

    , Cedar Grove, NJ
    Pros: Quality, Duribility, Cons: Design, Fogging,

    I am fairly new and I guess I could say that they are like the little engine that could. I keep testing them and they pass with flying colors. For not being the coolest goggles I have ever seen, the price is perfect. If you're a beginner you could really use a pair like these!

  • "pretty dam good for the price"

    , Newcastle, NSW
    Pros: Cost, Cons: can fog up if you wipe down the lens,

    Bought two pairs of the smith fuses (one for a mate) just because nothing else can beat them for the price. They perform well, just don't touch the lens and it won't fog up. Very happy would definitely recommend.

  • "You get more than you pay for"

    , Taby, Stockholm
    Pros: Value, Quality, Availability Cons: Maybe not the coolest designs,

    You really are getting a goggle way better than you are paying for. A lot of times these goggles are also discounted which makes em' a even better deal. They are durable, the lenses are good and they look pretty good. If you get some of their designed series they do look great too. I'll be using these for the upcoming season too.

  • "nice goggles"

    , Queens park, WA
    Pros: cheap, didnt fog up, Cons: none,

    For the price you cant complain, it serviced its purpose. I think it'll be mainly for people with S/M sized heads.

  • "great price for a great goggle"

    , Carnegie, Vic
    Pros: nice design, good visibility, great value Cons:

    Borrowed my brother's pair and liked them so much I searched for them. Couldn't believe the price (my brother paid a lot more). Recommended!

  • "Value"

    , Carlingford, NSW
    Pros: Lenses, Cons: Fogging,

    Decent lenses and a nice design. Good to use but can fog up on occasion. But at this price they are a steal.

  • "Smith Fuse Review"

    , ALBURY, NSW
    Pros: Comfy, Nice Lens, Cons: Don't feel 'strong',

    Well the lens is the strong point of these. The RC36 lens provides good visibility in both bright/sunny days and in snowy conditions. Gives a slight orange/pinkish tint that highlights stuff well. The goggles overall feel a bit weak but no problems yet. The strap is a good design, easy to adjust and put on.

  • "Googles"

    , delaware, OH
    Pros: Comfortable, Hook snap google back, Cons:

    I picked these up for an extra pair of googles. They look good and are comfortable.

  • "good quality and value for money"

    , Templestowe Lower, Vic
    Pros: good quality, good price, Cons:

    Tried a friend's pair for a few runs, found the visibility to be good and they were comfortable. Can't remember which lens was in when I tried them, but no fogging and not too dark.

  • "goggles for your googlers..."

    , VANCOUVER, WA
    Pros: Inexpensive, Great for flat light, Good Quality Cons: Not top shelf, but gooder for most,

    I got these as a back up to back up to a back up. I was not expecting a whole lot, but when I got them I was impressed. You won't find a better price for a GOOD pair of goggles. These will make a great first pair or even a decent second pair to share with your less fortunate friends.

  • "Great Googles!"

    , NAPLES, FL
    Pros: Dual lens!, Easy snap in behind helmet, Easy to adjust Cons: Fogging,

    Overall great googles for a great price I'd say. Had a bit of a problem with the googles fogging up, but I always do, no matter what googles I wear. So besides that I really love the dual lenses, pretty easy to switch, and has saved me from white-out many times. Like the snap on behind helmet too, makes it a lot easier to take on/off.

  • "Alright"

    , Christchurch, CAN
    Pros: lightweight, comfortable, well ventilated Cons: look funny, thin plastic,

    Not so sure about these. They are comfy, lightweight and don't fog because of the massive vents in the lense, but they feel a big cheap and shitty. Haven't worn them a bunch, but the lenses seem fine. Bonus lifetime warrantee and extra lens is pretty sweet though.

  • "Cheeky"

    , Melborune, Vic
    Pros: great price, Rc36 good all round lense, Cons: Weird to adjust, does not come with replacement lense,

    Got the goggles recently, fitted perfectly the inner foam is comfortable but adds a low quality feel, however I am not disappointed with them. I did expect to get a standard lenses and the rc36 but i'm still happy with the RC36.

  • "Ok Goggles"

    , EAST WENATCHEE, WA
    Pros: Fit, Visibility, Comfort Cons: Fogging,

    The size, visibility, comfort were all great. But they fogged up continuously regardless of treating with fogging cloth etc. Love the goggles, but can't deal with the fogging.

  • "Smith Fuse"

    , Rosario, AL
    Pros: Perfect fit, Economy, Cons:

    I have a Orange/White with Red mirror. They are perfect for sunny days, but also works any other day. Maybe a Sensor mirror suit better for all conditions. I have an average face size, and they fit perfectly.

  • "Great cheap goggles"

    , FITZGERALD, GA
    Pros: Never Fog, Scratch Resistant , Tons of padding Cons: NONE,

    Good lens selection. Great goggles, never fog. High-end goggle for a lower price. Great quality all around. Fits great. It feels like you were born with theses goggles on your face.

  • "Worth the price."

    , Walnut Creek, CA
    Pros: Anti-fog, Look nice, Comfortable (with helmet) Cons:

    I'm glad I purchased these goggles. Bought them at 70% off - what a deal! They are very comfortable, they have yet to fog up, and it seems that the lenses are somewhat scratch resistant. They aren't Oakley, but for the price I strongly recommend them.

  • "smith fuse"

    , Bloomingtion, IN
    Pros: comfy , no fog, Cons:

    I've had these for at least 3 seasons now and they haven't fogged once yet. These goggles are very comfortable and fit my medium sized face fairly well. The only thing I could gripe about is the head band can barely fit around helmets so I have to put the head band on first then helmet over it. Great goggle that won't break the bank.

  • "Blown Fuse"

    , Lower Plenty, Vic
    Pros: comfotable, antifog, extra lens Cons:

    These goggles are comfortable and functional. They have never fogged up on me and that's why I love them, they look good and will match pretty much any attire.

  • "Nice google for the money"

    , Newton, MA
    Pros: Durable, Good lens, Helmet suitable Cons:

    It's a good google with additional lenses included which can be used during lowlight conditions. It cost the money it sold online. I've bought a pair with different lenses.

  • "Great price for great goggles"

    , Deming, WA
    Pros: Cheap, Don't Fog, Easy to Change Lenses Cons:

    I got these goggles at the beginning of this year with sensor mirror lenses, mirror lenses and the rose ones. The goggles are awesome for being so cheap and then it's easy to convince yourself to purchase multiple lenses for those low light and sunny days. These goggles fit with my helmet really well, which is a plus. They're a great simple pair of goggles to have as your main pair or as a spare.

  • "Great goggles"

    , CUMBERLAND, RI
    Pros: Good design, Extra lens, Cons: None,

    Very nice design and nice lens. Comes with an extra lens as well. Good goggle for the price, can't wait to use them next season.

  • "cheap and durable"

    , Dupnitsa, KN
    Pros: cheap, durable, nice colors, additional lens, Cons: none,

    I bought these for my girlfriend. She used them everyday for few months and they still look like she just got them out of the box.

  • "good goggles"

    , wyndham vale, Vic
    Pros: look great, dont fog, Cons:

    Gotta love these Smith Fuse goggles! Dual lens, just enough ventilation, never fog, fit great, quick release in back for helmet, and a rad pattern to boot. Great goggles for substantially less than what you'd pay with other brands and/or retailers.

  • "Awesome!"

    , TRACY, CA
    Pros: very clear lenses, great fit, Cons:

    I have the Black/White with Sensor...Great all around lens and extremely comfortable... I usually hate the feeling of goggles, but I had a great time with these riding from 9-4. Sensor lens is great all around lens, I have even used it on sunny days with no problem.

  • "Nice Goggle for all most conditions"

    , berkeley, CA
    Pros: Price and Value, Cons: Fit,

    I used the ignitor mirror lens everyday this season (I rode at least 100 days in Tahoe) and it worked well under all light conditions. I'm not saying it's the best, but it worked. If you're only going to have one lens. The ignitor lens will do. The one complaint I have about it is the gap it had above my nose. I had to make self adjustments by sewing some padding on the nose area.

  • "Smith Fuse Rc36"

    , DALY CITY, CA
    Pros: AntiFog, comfortable, adjustable vent, low profile, no glare, Cons: you can see my eyes when im wearing them,

    I have a medium face and do not wear a helmet and this fits just right. I wore these all day/night at Boreal. When it was sunny it reduced the brightness, when it was cloudy it looked a shade brighter and at night it looked a shade dimmer but I could still easily see. Don't wear these on your forehead because they will fog up.

  • "most durable goggles I own"

    , JAMAICA PLAIN, MA
    Pros: cheap (the price), lens are very scratch resistance, very durable Cons: not enough bling bling,

    I purchased these to use for a weekend when I forgot to bring my goggles. Brought them to every one of my trips ever since. To this day, there is not a scratch on the lenses. I've sat on them, stepped on them by accident, threw them into the washing machine and dryer. They don't break!!! It's cheap enough to keep around as a spare and put some specialized lenses on them. No real cons except they look very basic..

  • "Basic and gets the job done"

    , SAN DIEGO, CA
    Pros: fits with a helmet, inexpensive, Cons:

    Needed a quick replacement for my older Smith Cascades and seemed to work the same. Nothing special or unique, just inexpensive and got the job done with an amber lens.

  • "cool"

    , AL
    Pros: comfy, style, no fog Cons: helmet strappp!!!!,

    I've had these for a couple months and I always play with the helmet strap which I guessed weakened the plastic so now it keeps coming undone, so I duct taped it. Not bad quality I just shouldn't have played with that plastic thing so much.

  • "solid goggles"

    , PORTLAND, OR
    Pros: good fit, cheap, Cons:

    Nice goggles for the price. Smith goggles inside lenses tend to scratch easier. Beside that, it get the job done.

  • "Good quality goggles"

    , ELMHURST, NY
    Pros: Doesn't fog, Good fit, Cons: Buckle gets in the way, Actual color looks different than pictures,

    I like the fit and quality of the goggles but the rear buckle is unnecessary and rather gets in the way.

  • "great goggle, great price"

    , porter ranch, CA
    Pros: easy to adjust, doesnt fog, comfort Cons: a little big,

    These goggles are pretty good. I still like my dragons the best, but for the price these are a pretty nice deal. On top of everything, Smith's warranty is great.

  • "best goggle"

    , brooklyn, NY
    Pros: lots of colors and designs, anti-fog rocks, comfortable Cons: none,

    My girl has had them for almost 2 seasons, loving it. Keeps her eye area warm and safe from anything. It comes with another lens for replacement. Where else can you buy it for under $35 bucks?

  • "Best Googles!"

    , NEWBURY PARK, CA
    Pros: No fog, Great colors, Good visiblitly Cons:

    I have the mint/chocolate fuse with the ignitor mirrored lens and I love them! I never have problems with fogging, like the Dragons I used to wear, and I have good visibility in almost all conditions. It also came with yellow lens but I have yet to try it out. No need! I am also a fan of the clip in the back but I do not wear a helmet. I find it makes it easier to get a tight fit and does not make my beanie slip or my hair look like a mushroom.

  • "Smith Fuse Regulator"

    , SALT LAKE CITY, UT
    Pros: Fit well with helmet, Tons of colors, Replaceable lenses Cons: Tints are dark,

    I have some Smith Fuse Regulators that replaced a very old pair of Smiths I have had for 10+ years. These goggles are very comfortable and wear well with a helmet. I really like how easy it is to change lenses depending on conditions. That said, the lenses mine came with were really too dark for low light conditions. During light fog and heavy overcast days the tint was too much for me to really see the terrain well. I would recommend getting an additional lense with a very light tint if you plan to do a lot of riding in overcast or night conditions.

  • "Fuse This"

    , FPO, AE
    Pros: Double bonded lens, comfort, anti-fog, Extra lens included , Cons: That darn helmet clip,

    This is just what you need if you don't want to drop alot of cash down for a pair of goggles, but don't want to waste your money on crap. People who say these goggles fog up, must not have ever used a pair of really crappy ones. When I used my Fuse's the only time fog came into play was when I put my mouth inside my jacket while going up the lift, then my hot breath fogged them up. All I did was pull my jacket down just a little, and the vent let some air through and took care of the fog in a millisecond. Only negative about this goggle is that darn helmet clip in the back. What ever you do, don't keep playing with it, clipping it on and off, because you'll end up fatiguing the plastic making it easier to fall off on you.

  • "Great Goggles"

    , joppa, MD
    Pros: Anti-Fog Lens, Sick Design, Double Lens Cons: Helmet clip on the strap,

    Great goggles at an awesome price. The Anti-fog system has worked really well on the mountain so far and the double lens technology gives great ventilation. The only problem I can see is the quick release on the strap coming undone, but so far it hasn't been a problem yet.

  • "Smith Fuse Goggles"

    , MADISON, WI
    Pros: 2 lenses? SWEET!, stylish, Cons: Clip in the back hurts helmet compatibility,

    This is a good goggle. I like the fact that it comes with 2 different lenses. Mine came with a Mirrored lens and a yellow one. The main thing I dislike about this goggle is the awkward clip at the back of the strap that interferes with the goggle strap on my helmet (Red Hi-Fi). It has even caused me to lose my goggles while getting on the lift because of this. Thank god for the nice lifty that grabbed them and gave them back to me on my next trip up the lift.

  • "ill goggles"

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    Pros: lighweight, good ventillation, sick graphics Cons: none son,

    These goggles are awsome. If you're thinking about buying Spys or Anons or Dragons look no further. These come with a replacement lens so they're a great deal. They'll never fog up unless you crack your lens. The main thing that sets these googles apart from the others also is how lightweight and not bulky they are, and still being just as or more functionable. The only thing is that the clip on the strap makes it hard to put on top of helmets, so you can just wear them underneath.


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Andriy O asked: Do these goggles come with an additional lens? Nov 3, 2013
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Shauna T: Havent received them yet Nov 28, 2013
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Thomas D: No. Nov 3, 2013
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