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Smith Phenom Goggle Replacement Lens

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    • Green Mirror Sol-X, One Size
      $54.95
    • Platinum Mirror, One Size
      $54.95
    • Red Sensor Mirror, One Size
      $54.95
    • Clear, One Size
      $24.95
    • RC36, One Size
      $24.95
    • Red Mirror Sol-X, One Size
      $54.95
    • Gold Sol-X Mirror, One Size
      $54.95
    • Photo Red Sensor 2, One Size
      sale $49.97
    • Blackout, One Size
      $54.95
    4.5513

    13 Reviews

    Details

    Get back on that pony.

    You went face-to-rail last month, and now that you have new teeth and a new upper lip, it’s time to get new lenses for your goggles. The Phenom Goggle Replacement Lens is just the thing to get you back to riding with confidence. Pop it into your Phenom goggles, and enjoy the wonders of TLT optics and fog-free lenses.

    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.

    • Item #SMI0769

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    polycarbonate
    Polarized
    no
    Photochromic
    no
    Compatibility
    [current models] Smith Phenom Turbo Fan, [discontinued models] Smith Phase, Smith Phenom
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
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    Works great but poor fit

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

    I bought the Photo Red Sensor 2 replacement lenses for my Smith Phenom Turbo Fan goggles. Due to the notches being slightly different from and the lenses being thicker than the lenses that the goggles came with, I had a very hard time getting them to fit. Only after thoroughly smudging them and enlisting the help of a friend did I get them in, and the nose part has a tendency to come undone. Otherwise the lenses themselves are fantastic and work as advertised. It was almost eerie to perceive the same brightness throughout the day as the lenses adjusted to the dimming ambient light.

    The great performance earns them five stars, but the frustrating fit loses them two. These things really need to pop right in.

    Ignitor Mirror, that's whats up

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Replaced my lens for this season and could not be happier with the Ignitor Mirror. Perfect middle of the road lens that is great for a storm day and a blue bird day. It also does not put a funky tinting color on everything so you get a more natural viewing window.

    Ignitor Mirror, that's whats up

    Blue mirror lens - great in low/flat

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

    I typically use my goggles with the Ignitor mirror lens. It's a solid choice in pretty much any conditions. But on days where the light is very flat, having the Blue Sensor lens has been a huge bonus. I was able to see even in open powderfields far away from trees, which is always the test for a low light lens. These are a much better option than a clear lens because they still offer some protection should the clouds clear later in the day

    Perfect lens

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought the blue sensor mirror, my phenoms came with the red solex mirror. Fairly easy change out process, maybe 5 min of annoyance.



    I bought these just recently for some travel up to Snowbird. I was blown away and should have bought these years ago to swap out with the mirrored lenses my Phenom's came with. The lenses are listed as best for overcast days but work fairly well on bluebird days and excel in overcast/snowing days along with sunny days skiing in and out of trees/shadows.

    Perfect lens

    Great variety of options

      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.

      Worst lens I have used

        After 10 years of use with my Oakleys I replaced them with the Smith Phenoms. The foam started to break down on the Oakleys. First impressions were great and the first couple uses were unremarkable. I finally had the oportunity to use these in some sub zero temps and they failed. The lense began to fog up on the inside then freeze. I atempted to remove the ice with my glove liners (very soft material) only to scratch holy hell out of the inside of the lense. The lenses are now useless. Bottom line- when the conditions got severe the lenses failed.

        The crazy thing is, I've used the Smith Phenom lens for 3 years in cold and warm temps, no problems. Last night I went up to the resort to ski and boom fog! I was so suprised. I have the turbo fan series of the phenom and the fan on high te fog stayed. I either scratched the lens on the inside or they finally gave out after 3 good seasons.

        The lens that broke down was the Sensor lens. I still have a mess of others, so one down, couple more to go.

        I'm starting to slowly lean towards getting a pair of Oakleys. I hear nothing but good about them.

        I just want to update my post. I found if I left my goggles in a cold bag after skiing, the were foggy when using them the day after. I neglected the goggles and after letting them dry out, foam area, the fog went away and I enjoyed the next skiing day perfectly. Basically if you ski with the goggle, make sure you bring it in the house, warm and dry it out by letting it sit o nthe take for a night. Clean the lens if needed.

        The goggles can only perform as much as you take care of them. I learnt that and I was able to save my Sensor lens.

        FU-Oakley, I'm sticking with my Smith, I'll treat them better! :)

        Had the blackout, ordered the Red Sensor. For the life of me, I cannot get the new lenses to fit into the frame correctly. Blackout lens is easily removed and put back, but it appears the padding (?) around the nose piece on the Red Sensor is a little thicker, preventing it from fitting into the bottom of the frame. The top can snap in just fine, but the nose doesn't. Anyone have an idea?

        -0,



        So there has been a change in this goggle design in the last year. If you ordered a "2" lens and had the original google, the connector points are different. The same also goes for if you have a "2" series frame and try and insert the original stylings of the lens

        Will these fit the Smith Stance Goggles?...

        Will these fit the Smith Stance Goggles?

        Are these replacement lenses made by Smith?...

        Are these replacement lenses made by Smith? I just received mine and they seem like lower quality than the lens I took out of the goggle frame. There's excess plastic around the connection tabs that needed to be removed, there is excess glue that oozed out between the outer/inner lens, and it does not have PHENOM printed on the outer lens. The picture and my old lens both have the PHENOM print. On top of all that, they came in a ziplock plastic bag with a barcode sticker and lens info, but there is nothing that says Smith. Just concerned I'm paying full price for a knock off.

        Anyone have a picture of the Green Mirror...

        Anyone have a picture of the Green Mirror Sol-X? Is it truly mirrored unlike previous Smith lenses?

        Best Answer

        The lens is not true like a mirror you see from Oakley's sensor line. With a bright light aka Camera flash or night light from night skiing you do see a good sensor/ mirror look. In flat light you see the persons eyes, however it's still mirrored but not 100% true. around the 70-80% and 90% on a sunny day.

        I have all the lens, none of them are a true 100% mirror which is a down for style.

        Hope that helps. Green Mirror Sol-X lens on Smith Phenom turbo fan goggle.

        The lens is not true like a mirror you see from Oakley's sensor line. With a bright light aka Camera flash or night light from night skiing you do see a good sensor/ mirror look. In flat light you see the persons eyes, however it's still mirrored but not 100% true. around the 70-80% and 90% on a sunny day.

I have all the lens, none of them are a true 100% mirror which is a down for style.

Hope that helps. Green Mirror Sol-X lens on Smith Phenom turbo fan goggle.