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    They work good when they work. The sensor mirror lens keeps fogging up and its costed me at least 4 powder runs. As much as I like them, backcountry doesn't sell the phenom lens pack so now i'm stuck with no powder lens.

    This can happen if you wiped the iside of the lens? or the way you breathe if it hits under the goggle. Thats the reason I found for the lens to cause fogging problems. It's one of the reasons why I went wih the Phenom Turbo Fan, the fan gets any fog out, I'm someone that would rather have a tan buzzing then fogging on my goggles.

    I like the Oakley A-frame lens, 100% mirror look, where the SMith you can see the persons eyes on their mirror lens. Why I chose Smith, like I said above, the turbo fan option. No fog! I don't like taking risks with fog after paying a lot for a lift ticket.

    The perfect lens quiver

      The Smith Phenom is by far my favorite of all the smith goggles I've used, and it just so happens that I have three different pairs of them. Each pair I has one of these three lenses that come with this lens pack. Between these three you will have the perfect lens for any condition. The RC36 is great for any condition, and works well when its partly sunny/cloudy, and not really bright. The sensor mirror works great when it is dark and snowy, it illuminates everything really well. The platinum mirror works great on those really bright, bluebird days. All in all, this is the perfect trio to keep your vision perfectly clear the entire season.

      I have the Smith Turbo C.A.M. and would...

      I have the Smith Turbo C.A.M. and would like replacement lenses. I think I have the "original" pair, purchased back in 1999. Any chance at getting new lenses or is it a lost cause? I don't see anything on them other that Smith Turbo C.A.M.. Don't know if this helps, but it actually says "turbo C.A.M." on the lens itself. I don't use them enough to buy a new pair in case you were wondering

      Do these lenses work with the Smith Prodigy...

      Do these lenses work with the Smith Prodigy Polarized goggle?

      Is it possible to buy just one of these?...

      Is it possible to buy just one of these? I have all but the Sensor and would really like to buy just that one.

      Sorry they only sell them in packs of 3 right now. However since they are ramping up for the upcoming snow season I would just check back often and see if they will be stocking and selling the sensor color separately.

      I have a 'Smith turbo C.A.M.' goggle,...

      I have a 'Smith turbo C.A.M.' goggle, Anyonw know what would fit it and where to get a replacment lense?

      Do you know what specific model you have - Smith makes a few different goggles with the Turbo CAM. Chances are, if you bought your goggles reasonably recently, you are on the right page for replacement lenses - once you know which model you have, just click the "select options" dropdown menu at the top right of this page and select your model (they are all listed there).

      Here is the link to the Smith Turbo Goggles that we have in stock to help you figure out which one you have: http://www.backcountry.com/store/search.html?mv_session_id=&q=smith+turbo

      Says these fit the phenom lenses, but...

      Says these fit the phenom lenses, but neither image looks like my phenom turbo fan lenses.

      This doesn't look like it will work on the...

      This doesn't look like it will work on the 2007 prodigy, with the spherical lens- will it?