Smith Scope

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Smith Scope Charcoal Batik snow goggles feature a rose-tinted Blue Sensor Mirror lens, good fog control and a comfortable fit, all for an excellent value.

- REI

There's a lot to see out there--rocks, lift towers, small children, snow guns, porcupines--so it's best not to take the "There's probably nothing in my way" approach; instead, try the crystal clarity and serious comfort of the Smith Scope Goggles. The dual Carbonic-X lenses have TLT optics to mirror the shape of your eyes for precise vision, and an Airflow ventilation system to keep you fog-free even on soggy days. With tons of lens and strap choices, you can dial in your look, and the easy helmet compatibility of the Scope means you won't have to hang your brain out to dry just to get goggles that look sick and perform just as well.

- Backcountry.com

Front zip style paddle wind jacket with zip-off sleeves and back utility pocket, reflective piping. 100% stretch polyester. Imported.

- RockCreek

The Smith Scope Graphic Goggle brings a full serving of performance with a healthy side of style. The fully-sealed Ignitor dual lens combats fogging, blocks 100% of UV rays, and increases contrast in flat light, while the helmet-compatible frame and dual slide adjustable strap create a hassle-free fitting experience. The Scope Graphic's compression-molded face foam and active ventilation keep you riding in comfort all day long, while the bold custom graphics round out your steeze factor.

- Backcountry Outlet