The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
So you have everything ready to go, now complete your outfit with a pair of Smith Heiress Snowboard Goggles. Your eyes will love the carbonic X lenses with TLT optics. This makes for a crystal clear field of view so there are no surprises on the way down the mountain. The Vaporator Lend Technology also keeps your goggles free of fog all day. The ventilation is also adjustable so you can keep the cold out if you so desire.
Key Features of the Smith Heiress Snowboard Goggles:
Women''s Specific Fit
Spherical, Carbonic X Lens with TLT Optics
Painted Vaporator Lend Technology with Portex Filter
Switched over from my wisdoms to these, and these fit my face much better. Needed something that was good for night-ski, & twilight, but could also do on the odd sunny days. The sensor lens has been amazing so far for all these conditions. In the case that the lens does fog up, the porex filter and vent system does it job and the fog clears right up instantly with any motion. I would highly recommend thes
I bought these for the GF and she loves them. They look great, fit great, dont loosen throughout the day, and have a way to adjust the air flow into the goggles. The only bad thing about these goggles is the silly plastic strap in the middle of the band. It isn't a big deal and hasn't caused any problems, just not a fan of i
This goggles are amazing. I got the gold one and lovvviinn it. Not only does it suit my white and gold themed gear, the diamantes' on em literally make you stand out from the crowd! I have tried it on when the weather is gloomy and depressing and it worked great, didn't fog up at all. Just remember to take care when resting, don't shift your goggles down where your mouth exhales it will fog up the lens. slide it up onto your forehead or simply remove it
I got the Swarovski with the Red Mirror lens. I wear a bern helmet with a visor and these fit perfectly with it. I have some Oakley A-frames that dig into the bridge of my nose and I was worried about getting a 'smaller goggle' because it might do the same thing, but I have a narrow face, so larger ones get to be a bit too bulky. The Heiress fit perfectly, no digging or pinching, and forms to my face well. I didn't have any issues with fog, and the red lenses made riding on a sunny day painless. The crystals on the strap are pretty, and I love the look of the goggle
I have no complaints whatsoever about the goggle lens. It's great, doesn't fog, comfortable padding around the face, etc. My one and only complaint about these goggles is that they're not really helmet compatible. There's a quick release-type strap part in the back that is plastic. It is right in the back center of the strap, which is exactly where your helmet snap strap is. I have a Red brand helmet and there is no way I can close the helmet strap over the back part of the Heiress goggle strap. I ended up having to buy the Smith strap extension (which is soft and flat) just so I could make these goggles helmet compatible
I was able to use this goggle on a bright day with the ignitor lens. It had great depth perception and helped reduce the glare from the sun. You can definitely tell the difference between ice and loose snow in the bright sun. The goggle itself never fogged up but then again it the conditions were great since it was about 45F. It fits small faces really well and has less of a gap when wearing a helmet as compared to the anthem. As others have said the one major complaint I have is the latch on the strap itself. Its rather flimsy and has a tendency to come off when attached to a helmet. Stretched out all the way it's not too tight of a fit so I can go without the helmet adapter. But I may use some velcro to just make it a more permanent connection. It's really a great goggle despite this one small complaint. I cant wait to try this out on a day when its dumping.
I got the White Chainmail and I like it overall except for the gap in the nose area. Not great with people that have low nose bridges. I didn't experience any fogging of the goggles so that was a plus.
Got these for my Mom, and now she's rippin the slopes without any fog problems. They fit her Asian face well, and the foam is comfortable. Vision is clear and broad. Recommended if you can find them on sale. They fit well with her Giro helmet
Awesome goggles, nice design and shape, has loads of protective features, anti-fog, fits nicely around the head. Only problem was my choice in fuchsia which turned out to be pretty hideous colour, although the other colours look mad
I recently bought this, although I haven't taken it up to the mountain yet, I've tried it on several times, and it's very comfortable. Also, it gives good peripheral, which is always a plus. It's nice and snug on the head
I may have just gotten a pair of bad goggles because these generally have good reviews. The great thing about these is that they fit a smaller face really well. The padding is comfortable and they look great on. My big complaint is that mine fogged up the entire day. It was exceptionally cold the entire day I was skiing, but regardless, a nice pair of goggles should not fog up. Other people did not seem to have this problem so maybe I just got a pair of bad goggles, but I will not be wearing these next time