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|Product Name||Sale Price||Merchant Name|
|Smith Sidekick Goggle - RC36||$19.99||800-Ski-Shop.com|
|Smith Scope Goggles Air Ignitor Army Adaption||$48.95||ProBoardShop.com|
|Smith Sidekick Goggles - Kids'||$21.50||Jans|
|Smith Scope Goggles Air Ignitor Army Adaption||$48.95||The House|
|Smith Gambler Goggles - Kids||$35.96||US Outdoor Store|
|Smith Virtue Goggles - Women's||$109.95||Berg's Ski and Snowboard Shop|
|Smith Stance Goggles||$59.95||Skis.com|
|Smith Virtue Goggle Replacement Lens||$24.95||Dogfunk.com|
|Smith Prophecy Goggle||$54.98||Backcountry.com|
|Smith Sundance Goggles (Kids')||$20.00||Peter Glenn Ski & Sports|
|Smith Phenom Goggles||$84.94||OMCgear|
|Smith Sidekick Goggle - RC36||$19.99||MasseysOutfitters.com|
|Smith Vice Goggle||$139.99||AlsSports.com|
|Smith Anthem Replacement Lens (Sensor Mirror)||$54.95||Snowboard Connection|
|Smith Phenom Goggle||$54.98||DepartmentOfGoods.com|
Got these because my girlfriend has a smaller face and they seemed to have a nice shape tailored for that. Had them out one day, she said they fit comfortably, nice clear vision, sealed that terrible goggle-helmet gap well, and with the ignitor lens, had a cool, reflective look. The strap was barely big enough for a helmet but does fit.
I have nothing bad to say about these goggles. They fit perfectly, never fogged, totally comfortable, great visibility and they look good too! I got the sensor mirror lens and these were perfect for most days except for the really sunny blue bird days where a darker lens would have been more appropriate. Definitely recommend.
I've used these for about a year and have been really happy with them. The fit is awesome and they look pretty sleek. I have the platinum mirror and the sensor mirror lens, which pretty much covers the different light conditions, although an all round lenses would be nice when conditions change. I've only had them fog on me once when it was practically raining and everything I had was just dripping wet.