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For those sunny, phenomenal days on the slopes, the Smith Phenom snow goggles deliver excellent clarity and adjustable ventilation so you can clearly pick your lines and charge down the mountain.
Sleekly designed, Smith's Phenom goggles provide clear vision and a comfortable fit with semi-breathable lenses and an altitude-sensitive thermal barrier. You get crystal-clear vision with TLT Optics and a dual-layer, anti-fog lens with built-in venting. An ergonomic, ultra-wide strap and DriWix foam cushion enhance comfort.
- Mountain Gear
CLOSEOUTS . Smith Optics Phenom snowsport goggles provide amazingly clear, undistorted vision and a timeless look for demanding skiers and riders. Available Colors: WHITE/BLUE SENSOR MIRROR, ACID BLOCK/GREEN SOL X MIRROR, CHARCOAL STICKFORT/IGNITOR MIRROR, WHITE/IGNITOR MIRROR, BLACK/RED SENSOR MIRROR, FIRE BLOCK/RED SENSOR MIRROR.
- Sierra Trading Post
If you're a freak for high quality optics, you'll love the Smith Phenom Goggles; only problem is getting them back from your girlfriend once she tries them out. Say buh-bye to foggy lenses, the Vaporator lens technology with Porex filter fights fog and the Regulator ventilation system lets you open up the vents when you're in the lift line and close them up when you're mocking down the mountain. Spherically shaped and constructed with dual lenses to create a barrier between the 2 temperatures to reduce fogging, the outer Carbonic-X lens resists scratching and enhances visual acuity and contrast while the inner lens adds durability and increases visual clarity. These snow goggles have a wide, silicone backed strap with a clip buckle in the back and strap articulation at the frame to fit with your helmet. Soft, moisture wicking DriWix Face Foam seals to your face and a self-adjusting split-V nose contours to your features. Claiming the Phenom as their best fitting goggle, Smith has packed these lenses full of innovative features to keep you skiing and snowboarding in any conditions and never have to worry about stopping to wipe down your lenses. Seriously, you don't want to lose any time on lens TLC when there's powder to be found on the mountain.
- Altrec Outdoors