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Smith Scope Graphic Air Goggles

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Description: Smith Scope Graphic Air Goggles

Who would ever think a pair of goggles can work so good and look even better on your face? Wow, is what comes to mind when you see the Smith Scope Graphic Air tortoise shields snowboard sensor mirror goggles. Enjoy looking beautiful in these fully sealed dual lens that is for sure to aid you in keeping blowing snow out. Made with vents and the no fog buildup and will block 100% of UV rays as well. Has the adjustable strap with a hassle-free fitting

Key Features of the Smith Scope Graphic Air Snowboard Goggles:
  • Medium Fit
  • Dual Lens with Airflow Ventilation
  • Custom Full-Frame and Strap Graphics
  • Articulating Strap Positioning System
  • Ultra-Wide, Silicone Backed Strap
  • QuickFit Strap Adjustment System
  • Compression-Molded, Hypoallergenic Face Foam
  • Helmet Compatible
  • Microfiber bag included

Scope Graphic Air


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Fits perfect looks great"

    , Mooroolbark, Vic
    Pros: Fits great looks awesome, Great for international buyers, Cons:

    These goggles were the only real brand i could get international all the rest were pretty ugly. These fit great and dont fog up

  • "Flexable and dendable"

    , CHICO, CA
    Pros: Sensor lens is great for flat light days., Well built, Great value Cons: Fixed lenses, Sensor too light for Bluebird days.,

    I have a pair of Scope Airs with the Sensor Lens serving as my backup goggles. The goggles are solid, with good padding and a generous strap that should fit over just about any helmet. They're well ventilated, and comfortable for an entry level goggle. The frames are stiffer than most removable lens goggles I've worn, but they fit my face well. The sensor lens is great. I expected it to be good for stormy/flat conditions, but it works well even in brighter light. If you're nursing a hangover on a bluebird day you're def going to want a darker lens tho.


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