Item # sm9iobrsxbls14zz-smith-snowboard-goggles
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$175.00

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Specs

Frame: polyurethane
Lens: polycarbonate
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Helmet Compatible:
  • Helmet Compatible
Eyeglass Compatible:
  • Eyeglass Compatible
Eyeglass Compatible:
  • Eyeglass Compatible
Ventilation: yes
Face Size:
  • Standard Frame
Technology:
  • Standard
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Smith I/O Goggles

When we created the I/O, we invented a category. As the original interchangeable goggle, the I/O is now the standard by which all other goggles are measured.

Key Features of the Smith I/O Goggles:
  • Medium Fit
  • Quick Release Lens System
  • Spherical, Carbonic-X Lens with TLT Optics
  • 5X Anti-Fog Inner Lens
  • Patented Vaporator Lens Technology with Porex™ Filter
  • Includes Two Performance Mirror Lenses
  • Ultra-Wide, Silicone Backed Strap
  • QuickFit Strap Adjustment System with Clip Buckle
  • 3-Layer DriWix Face Foam
  • Helmet Compatible
  • Includes Microfi ber Goggle Bag with Replacement Lens Sleeve

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Smith I/O Goggles
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
duston r: One of the top rated goggles on the market. Read quite a few reviews and they all say theses are almost impossible to fog Dec 25, 2013
Gregory W: Best optics for a competitive price. Includes two lenses for multiple light conditions. Dec 16, 2013
Matthew G: The best goggles on the market and very helmet compatible. Dec 16, 2013
laars asked: I trust that these have as wide a field of vision as any other goggle on the market? Jan 23, 2014
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Matt GStaff: Hi Lance,

The Smith I/O Goggles are the ones that I ride everyday. The peripheral view is wide, the foam contours to any face/nose shape, and the lenses are easily interchangeable.

They're the best goggles I've ever had.
Jan 23, 2014
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laars: thanks. Jan 23, 2014
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laars asked: Which lense is best for low light conditions? Jan 22, 2014
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Gregory W: I have the red sensor mirror lense and they are great for low light conditions. The VET percent is 60% compared to 10% for the blackout which is great for a nice sunny day. The blue sensor mirror has a VET of 70% so those let even more light though for better or worse. Jan 23, 2014
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