Smith I/OS

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Free Shipping. Smith I/OS Polarized Snow Goggles FEATURES of the Smith I/OS Polarized Snow Goggles Small/Medium Fit Quick Release Lens System Spherical, Carbonic-X Lens with TLT Optics 5X Anti-Fog Inner Lens Patented Vaporator Lens Technology with Porex Filter Includes Two Performance Mirror Lenses Ultra-Wide, Silicone Backed Strap QuickFit Strap Adjustment System with Clip Buckle 3-Layer DriWix Face Foam Helmet Compatible Includes Microfiber Goggle Bag with Replacement Lens Sleeve

- Moosejaw

Unparalleled moisture absorption combined with one of the coolest looks on the mountain, it won't take long before Smith's I/O Goggles are your snowy staple. Designed with easy to change lenses, a smaller fit, and a Porex filter, these goggles keep you comfy and protected from the lift to the middle of the slope. Finish things off with a sweet look that is sure to impress and the I/O Goggles have everything you need...well, except for the pow. PRODUCT FEATURES: Quick release lens change system Includes bright light and low light performance mirror lenses Spherical carbonic-x lens 5X anti-fog inner lens TLT lens technology for crystal clear vision Patented Porex filter prevents optical distortion during changes in elevation Women's medium fit QuickFit strap adjustment system with clip buckle 3-layer DriWix face foam Available in Asian fit Helmet compatible Ultra-wide, silicone backed strap Rotating outrigger positioning system Includes microfiber goggle bag with replacement lens sleeve

- Appalachian Outdoors

Decked out with an intuitive quick-release lens-changing system, these photochromic snow goggles let you easily swap lenses and see your terrain with better clarity in the most demanding conditions.

- REI

Smith I/OS Interchangeable Goggle has a quick-release lens system that makes it easy to switch your lens. One word of warning, though: the ultra-modern styling may bring out how old and tired the rest of your gear has become.

- Backcountry.com