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The Phenom Goggle uses Smith's Vaporator lens to dish out top-notch optical quality and make fogging a thing of the past. Adjustable top vents let you tailor the air flow to exactly where you want it. Smith's QuickFit strap adjustment helps you get dialed in seconds, so you spend more time ripping and less time messing with gear in the parking lot. These fully featured goggles also include an Articulated Outrigger Positioning System for a precise fit with or without a helmet.

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Loooove Smith goggles!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am a woman with a big head and a prominent beak yet somehow, a medium-sized face. Therefore, I have a pretty wicked time finding perfect goggles. Smith's fit all my needs! Plenty big enough to fit over my helmet, comfy on my nose and a perfect fit on my face. Good range of view and great styles. They fog up once in awhile when I've got a facemask tucked up into them on super cold days, but I think that's pretty unavoidable with ANY goggles. Up on Hood, we get a lot of mixed-bag days where it will be cloudy, snowing, flat light, then peeks of sunshine...for those days the ignitor mirror lenses are great. For low light/snowy days, red sensor is awesome. Although these are technically a dudes' goggle, I'd totally recommend them for ladies who find women's goggles just a teeny bit too small!

Second pair and loving them!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My husband purchased these for me to replace stolen snowboard equipment. Previously I had the Phenom Blue Cape Fear with ignitor mirror lens goggles and I am now reviewing the Irie Rocker with ignitor mirror lens goggles. I loved my older Phenoms and couldn't wait to try these out. I took these out on a snowy night boarding adventure and they worked great! There were no issues going from day to night and I've found the ignitor mirror lens works a little better than the sensor mirror lens while night boarding. I had a few faceshots and there were no issues with build up on the lens or clogging due to snow sitting on the foam (no ventilation issues/my vents were closed).

These were a bit tight while trying to get them on the Boeri helmet in medium that I was given to use until I can replace my stolen helmet. They were tight but they didn't leave lines on my face and will probably stretch out a bit after more use.

Second pair and loving them!

Basic goggle that works

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Very basic goggle that rocks! Nothing fancy no bells and whistles just a goggle that works. I have had these for 2 years now and changed out the lens this season and will continue to do so year after year. The ignitor mirror lens is where it’s at! Perfect middle of the road lens that works great on a storm day and will protect your eyes on a bluebird day.

Basic goggle that works

Crispy white

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Got these goggles in the white w/ blue lens and they are very cool. Great price point, comfortable to wear, and the blue lenses took some getting used to, but they work out awesome.

Good goggles for the price.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is probably one of the best intermediate goggles Smith makes. They aren't spectacular, but they get the job done effectively. The only qualm I have with these is that the plastic buckles are pretty weak. I broke one of the snaps when I was trying to adjust the strap. Fortunately they still work. I'd recommend these to anyone who's been riding for a while and needs a step up in their visibility but doesn't want to spend a fortune.

not a bad choice

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

But I definitely prefer my IOX goggles from smith. Better visibility and multiple lenses. Still not a bad goggle for the price though.

Goes great with the Maze helmet

    I like how the Phenoms have a distinct plastic frame all the way around the lens, protecting my face from the sharp edges of the lens when I faceplant. The Blackout lens is my everyday workhorse lens for varied conditions. It's not obnoxiously reflective, but still difficult for an outsider to see your eyes. The gold Sol X "Opium Den" lens is my favorite for late spring/summer riding when the sun stays out late. The Blue Sensor Mirror lens works the best for low light storm shredding.

    Great goggles.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm a lifty and use these every day at work and love them. I've got a pair of the Mint Kilgore/Blue Sensor Mirror and like that they work in many different types of light. Smith goggles overall seem to fit any type of helmet better than other brands of goggles. Also love the vent on the front which helps minimize fogging.

    Great goggles

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    These goggles are great and look good also. I bought a darker replacement lens and my only complaint is that it is not easy to switch out the lenses. If you want more than one lens and have the extra cash, I would recommend upgrading to a goggle that is easier to change out. Otherwise, totally happy.

    Great Vision and Fit

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Been wearing these for a full season now. Have the black with blue sensor which are great for low and mid light conditions. Fit perfectly around my Bolle helmet and within the helmet opening. Peripheral vision is awesome although if this is a concern for you, go with the i/o's. This is my third pair of Smiths and love these Phenoms. Did try on a bunch of Oakleys but the fit and styling was not right. Love Oakley sunglasses but Smith goggles fit just right.

    This is not described as a women's goggle...

    This is not described as a women's goggle and I see several reviews from men but the header after clicking through to it reads, Snowboard >Goggles & Accessories >Women's Goggles. Can you please tell me if it is a small frame model?

    Where can I find clear lense for Smith...

    Where can I find clear lense for Smith Phenom goggles?

    why do these goggles say they are 54.98,...

    why do these goggles say they are 54.98, but in my cart they are 109.95?

    Will Stance lenses fit in this goggle...

    Will Stance lenses fit in this goggle frame?

    Does anyone have any experience fitting...

    Does anyone have any experience fitting these goggles with the Giro Seam helmet?

    I have these goggles, but not a Giro helmet (mine is a Bern). My experience with Smith goggles has been that they fit helmets better than any other brand on the market. I would be shocked if they didn't fit your helmet well.

    i use this with a giro seam medium. It works for me; but one thing to note are the straps are almost all the way expanded.



    All helmet/goggle combos though depend on how you wear your helmet so what works for my face and head might not work for your head.

    Have the Giro Seam helmet in medium and the phenom goggles. Fits perfectly. Get a "helmet helper" to expand the band. Otherwise they're too tight. Oh yeah, the ignitor lens is a great all around lens for white out and bluebird days. Good luck finding them, I had to get mine from Smith, online.

    Is it possible to remove the lens if it...

    Is it possible to remove the lens if it gets scratched or if the weather changes from sunny to cloudy (or vice versa)? If so, how easy is it to swap out lenses?

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    I have a Smith Phenom with a ignitor mirror...

    I have a Smith Phenom with a ignitor mirror lens. However, I seem to have a headache after wearing the goggle, even for short periods of time. I am used to cylindrical lenses, and this is a spherical lensed goggle. In addition, I am also used to non-tinted lenses, except for brown. Is the problem due to the lens type, or due to the tint I chose?

    Does it fit well with the smith maze...

    Does it fit well with the smith maze helmet?

    Hey camster2223,



    Thanks for the question. I have a Maze myself and another member of my family has the Phenom. I tried the two out and they seem to fit together pretty well. Also, goggles and helmets from the same brands tend to fit better than cross branding the two as a general rule of thumb.

    how do they work if you wear them under...

    how do they work if you wear them under your helmet??

    Just wondering how these would fit with a...

    Just wondering how these would fit with a large Smith Variant helmet, as it says it fits medium faces? Would it be good for that size of helmet?

    How durable is the frame compared to the...

    How durable is the frame compared to the Oakley crowbar?

    How does it compare to the Oakley Crowbar...

    How does it compare to the Oakley Crowbar with size?

    Has anyone compared the Prophecy line to...

    Has anyone compared the Prophecy line to the Phenom line? I've tried on the Prophecy before and it fits pretty well. Just wondering if anyone knows the general differences between the two lines.

    Do Phenoms integrate properly with the...

    Do Phenoms integrate properly with the Smith Variant helmet? (I have a 2011 Variant helmet.)

    Any major problems that i should know...

    Any major problems that i should know about?

    which lens type is best for sun? snow/cloudy...

    which lens type is best for sun? snow/cloudy conditions?