Reviewed by Ben from Copper Mountain on Thursday, October 30, 2008
I have had these goggles for 2 seasons now and love them. I ski at least 40 days a year, but only use goggles when it is snowing as I prefer sunglasses. These goggles are great. Although I have seen better looking ones on the mountain, these cut glare and have as much visiblilty as any I have eve...
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Reviewed by Michele from Colorado on Wednesday, April 24, 2013
I bought these at the end of the season so I haven't used them but they look really nice and fit perfectly with my Smith Helmet (which is what I was looking for). They do seem tight at first but I think they will stretch out after a couple wears.
Reviewed by Dr Nebz from Salt Lake City, Utah on Wednesday, January 23, 2013
These goggles are the best I have ever had. So good I bought two pairs. From blue bird days with the silver mirror lens, to sopped in pow days at the Bird with the sensor mirror lens. They never fog, fit my face perfectly, and are really comfortable wearing them all day long. Plus lifetime warranty is real. I had a frame break, and they replaced them no questions asked in a matter of two days from calling them. Smith is the best brand if you want a goggle that is going to perform when you are sliding on the snow.
This not generally the case with Smith items. At Sierra we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee so if you are not happy with your purchase for any reason, please return it to us as soon as possible. Products purchased within 6 months of the order date will receive a refund by the original payment method. For returns on purchases over 6 months old, a gift card will be issued. If you feel we have made a mistake in filling your order, we will gladly refund your shipping charges as well.
Answered on 9/27/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
Each lens is built with a different technology to adjust to different conditions. It has a large part to do with the level of light that is either blocked for sunny days or let in for flat light. You can read about the different technologies at:|http://www.smithoptics.com/technology.html?category=3&id=25|These goggles are not eyewear compatible.
Answered on 3/8/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post