Customer Reviews Of:
Smith Optics Virtue Ski Goggles (For Women)

Closeouts. Offering superior optical clarity, fog protection and a smaller, women-specific fit, Smith Optics Virtue ski goggles prepare you to face the dynamic mountain environment.

Average Rating based on 19 reviews 4.684210 0 5
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  • Reviewed by Javakitty from Seattle on Tuesday, November 22, 2016
    I got these goggles because they both had the fun animal pattern on the strap and they have the blue sensor mirror, great for our Northwest low-light ski conditions. Look forward to wearing them on our typical flat light days.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by ChattMD from TN on Thursday, May 5, 2016
    I like the Smith goggles and wanted a pair that had the option to change lenses. Tried a few different styles but this one fit the best. My only complaint is that it was labeled online as having the Red SolX lenses. On arrival the box said Red Sensor mirror. Two very different lenses. I had wanted the SolX as they cut out more light for bright days. Decided to keep the goggles and buy replacement lens because it fit me so well. Love the pattern too.
  • Reviewed by Nature nerd from Claremont, CA on Tuesday, April 26, 2016
    I bought blue sensor/uncaged with the impression that the band was grey-ish with black spots. I was wrong. Most of the band is indeed full-on orange and black cheetah print. The goggles themselves are beautiful but these will have to be returned. The uncaged band is too tacky for me to be taken seriously working on a ski mountain. Disappointed in STP for their image that does not accurately depict the product and will be asking for free return shipping.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by LonnieMoo from San Francisco on Wednesday, February 3, 2016
    got one for my sister, and one for my daughter. shape of it also seems to fit my little 3 year old's helmet better than the kids goggles I ordered
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chel from AZ Mts on Monday, January 18, 2016
    Good fit on small faces. Good periphery. The lens cleaned up very nicely on a wet, icy day. Scraped clean on the move and no scratches. The only reason I did not give these 5 stars is that the foam/felt pad that lays against the skin seems to rub and irritate. I don't know why this is, it could be my sensitive skin?.. Otherwise, these are very nice. And you can't beat STP's prices. Thanks!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Skiman from Colorado on Friday, November 27, 2015
    Perfect fit for small woman's face. Great visibility and fogging control, while being comfortable all day. Given the price, you won't find a better goggle.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by VeloGirl from Maine on Tuesday, April 28, 2015
    Smith Optics are the best goggles on the market and the women's specific fit is great for smaller faces. These are a great, all conditions goggle except for the sunniest of days.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by EasternSierra! from Los Angeles, CA on Saturday, April 11, 2015
    The Virtues work well for me! The fit is comfortable, I did not experience any fogging of the lens and the seal around my eyes kept wind/air out. Smith's small fit goggles work well for me (I own an old pair of Heiress goggles as well). I wanted to love the I/OS model, but too much air gets inside and I had to squint while skiing- those are small/medium fit. Overall, I really like Smith goggles!
  • Reviewed by Meredith from Idaho on Monday, February 16, 2015
    I have a small face and have a hard time finding sunglasses and goggles to fit me. I wore kids goggles until I found this goggle at STP. I bought a pair last year and this is my second pair as I needed a low light goggle also. I've never had these goggle fog up on me and they don't pinch my nose like a bigger goggle would. If you have a small face, look no further, this is the goggle for you!!!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kensu Neit from Arizona on Monday, February 16, 2015
    Bought for my wife after goggle drama in very foggy/frosty conditions (Snowbasin). Best snow is often up high! But there were times when visibility was near zero. Got these fast, in time for trip (Copper Mountain). Again, lots of fog up high where the best snow was being kept. Add to that a bunch of wind and these goggles were really put to the test. Between runs while waiting for the lift they often completely de-frosted and thawed, becoming wet, then on the way up, handled the increasing fog, and were icy-edged by midpoint down, but always able to see through. Three days of pretty much hard skiing, no lunch breaks, killing the hard runs & glades, these goggles performed very well. I would buy a pair for myself as soon as I need another!!
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