The Smith Phenom Snowboard Goggles offers great style, comfort and protection all day long. Ideal to rock out on the slopes, these great goggles features a medium fit, spherical carbonic-x lens, and adjustable lens ventilation. These goggles come with an extra wide back strap. Helmet compatible, sport these goggles during your ultimate snow adventure. Improve your performance with these super comfortable, practical lens all winter long.
Key Features of the Smith Phenom Snowboard Goggles:
Spherical, Carbonic-X Lens with TLT Optics
Patented Vaporator Lens Technology with Porex Filter
I've owned 3 pairs of these and I don't plan on switching to another brand. They fot my face well and fit most helmets with little gap between the helmet and the goggles. Do yourself a favour and buy these quality goggles and take care of them.
These goggles never fog up, ever, even when I was boarding with a wind chill of -15 in thedbo. The spherical lens gives you a perfect field of vision, without cutting off the sides. The phenom's conform to your face comfortably, with or without a helmet. The style is sleek and minimalist, and doesn't scream out with bright colours like other brands do. Overall, Smith Phenoms have everything you could want in a pair of goggles, for a nice price too.
I use this googles borrowed from a friend cos my own crashed. I really love them, never fog, has an almost perfect fit. vision is great, like paranoramic, kind of spherical. comfortable. Really good option if you don't want to spend lot of money
I used these goggles for a few weeks before returning them for persistent fogging lenses. Yes, on sunny days they were fine, but as soon as night came along, or on those inconsistent weather, I had fogging issues which would not go away. I tried everything from trying to wipe or airing out the goggle separate from any heat source, and even bought goggle wipes which prevent fogging with no success. Perhaps my particular goggle was a defect or what not, but I was not happy with the performance of these lenses, compared to Oakley's or Spy's which I recall to have no such issues. They fit and look great, but the lense quality was lacking imo.