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  • Smith - I/O Recon Replacement Goggle Lens - Gold Sol-X Mirror
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Smith I/O Recon Replacement Goggle Lens

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    Recon mission for clear vision was successful.

    The I/O Recon Replacement Goggle Lens expands the visibility options in variable light conditions of the innovative display technology in the Recon goggle. The Spherical Carbonic-X lens with TLT optics reduces visual distortion and eye fatigue and gives crisp clear vision in variable conditions. The 5X anti-fog inner lens withstands the foggiest conditions. The I/O Recon is Smith's GPS and Bluetooth heads-up display platform that lets you see myriad types of digital technology.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Spherical Carbonic-X lens with TLT optics
    • Vaporator lens technology with Porex filter
    • 5X Anti-fog inner lens
    • Quick interchangeability
    • For information about specific lenses, see Sizing Chart
    • Item #SMI0986

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Carbonic-X
    Compatibility
    Smith I/O Recon goggles
    Recommended Use
    skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Which replacment lens is best for ultra...

    Which replacment lens is best for ultra flat light?

    I have to disagree with Carver here. In the dark, yes, a clear lens is optimal, but if you're talking about overcast, flat light, where you can't see the shadows and contours of the snow, then the clear lens won't help you. The Rose Copper will still be too dark, as it only lets 25% of light through. The lens you want for flat light is called the Sensor Mirror. That's the one Smith recommends for low- and flat-light conditions. I've used it for years and it's amazing.