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Your goggles are you window to the mountain, and the Smith Women’s Phase Goggles guarantee a magnificent view. From distortion-eliminating spherical lenses to anti-fog technology, these top-shelf goggs let you see the slopes like never before.

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  • Spherical lens with TLT Optics eliminates distortion
  • Vaporator Lens Technology prevents fogging
  • Wide silicon strap snugly grips helmet
  • Dual layer, wicking face foam feels comfortable next to skin
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Great goggles

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

goggles looked great and felt great, got them in conjunction with the allure helmet. Helmet was just a little bit too big, and they didn't have a small. Bought the same goggle in white and the maze helmet in a small and they work great together.

Great goggles

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Got these as a gift for my mom. She really liked the fit and the style. Her only complaint was the lens was not dark enough for those blue bird days but you can always by a replacement lens.

lots of compliments!

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought these in monarch for my mother, because they were the closest to the requested "leopard print" I could find. She love, love, loves them. Every time I talk to her she thanks me, tells me how many compliments she gets, and that she can't believe how comfortable and warm they are.


    I bought these for my daughter (antique yellow). As a 15-y old she has a smallish face and the goggles seem to fit well; there is a small gap between her helmet and goggles but I think it's because of the helmet shape. So far she's had no problem with goggles fogging up. I looked for goggles with lighter colored lens (for PNW skiing) and the gold sensor mirror lens fits the bill in that regard. She has had hard time to see terrain while skiing in the cloud but so did I (& everyone else I suspect). Construction and quality of the goggles looks really nice; and she likes the look and feel of them. Overall recommend.

    Awesome Goggles!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These goggles are great for snowboarding in Lake Tahoe conditions. They don't fog and if a little fog does happen, its gone within a few seconds. They are also very comfortable. I'm really happy with my choice and would recommend them to any one.

    Are the lenses interchange able with a...

    Are the lenses interchange able with a lens to use in low light and in good lighting?

    Best Answer

    Yes. Pretty much all Smith goggles have interchangeable lenses, including this model. This goggle comes with one lens, and you have a couple of options. Your best two choices are the Sensor Mirror and the Ignitor Mirror. Sensor is better for low light, but still works in partly sunny conditions. Ignitor is better for sunnier days, but is still universal enough to work when it's overcast. Hope that helps!

    What kind of conditions are these good...

    What kind of conditions are these good for. Sunny, low light, or all around

    This lens is one of Smith's darkest. It has a 15% VLT rating which means it is very dark and only lets in 15% of sunlight. However, the green base makes it versatile because the green amplifies natural colors like green, brown, blue, etc. I would recommend this for blue bird days and somewhat overcast days. For snowy days this wouldn't be the best choice. Honestly a Sol X Mirror lens and a Sensor Mirror lens will cover most everyday on the mountain. The Gold Sol X Mirror is pretty sick, 7% VLT! Hope this helps.