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Sight beyond sight.

Smith's spherical, over-sized Prodigy Goggles offer vision and optical clarity that rivals ThunderCat Liono's sword-enhanced sight beyond sight. Believe it. The Prodigy frame's hard lines and custom painted frame invite jealous looks from your buddies. Adjustable lens vents open to prevent fogging as you boot up to your favorite pow stash, and wicking foam on the frame keeps the Prodigy Spherical Goggles from slipping around. Whether you're wearing a brain bucket or trusting the snow angels to keep you safe, the strap on these Smith goggles creates a comfortable fit. Smith's RC36 lens offers clarity in mixed light conditions, while the Red Mirror lens option comes in handy when you want to see without being seen seeing.

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Fire lens iffy in low light

The multi-colored/rainbow/fire/etc lens is more fashion than function. In low light I struggle with this lens-it turns things quite blue from the viewer's perspective. Can't see much at all even with my young 21 yr old eyes- cloudy light in powder is like skiing by braille!! In bright light they're fine, but so is every other goggle. I think I'll be switching to a Sensor Mirror lens next season... But Smith frames fits my face well, and this frame has a badass aggressive fit. I'm also a big fan of the way the goggle strap snaps together in the back, works great with my R.E.D. helmet.

still, can't beat the price @ 35 bucks on TramDock. They sure look rad from the outside looking in, even if it's a battle to see from the inside looking out.