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The Smith Prodigy Goggles combine an angular shape with a polarized lens to cut glare on the slopes and add aggressive style to your ski outfit. Plus the large interior volume cuts down on fog and ups your field of view. The polarized lens helps alleviate eye strain on sunny and partly cloudy days, and the Prodigy frame's hard lines and custom painted frame invite jealous looks from your buddies. The adjustable lens vents open to prevent fogging as you boot up to your favorite pow stashes, and wicking foam on the frame keeps these Smith goggles from slipping around.

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the phenom has a clip in the back (you can...

the phenom has a clip in the back (you can see it in the pictures for the phenom). does the prodigy have a clip in the back as well (can't quite tell with the only picture for the prodigy)

5 5


Excellent goggles. Always have used polarized sunglasses for driving and last month at Copper was the first time ever using polarized goggles. Conditions ranged from bluebird to cloudy with snow showers and these performed excellent. I didn't realize how much the glare reduction (from light reflecting off the snow) could've made such a big difference under such varying conditions but now I'm convinced. Having such a consistent field of vision is well worth the price!

5 5


I love these goggles!I got the polarized lenses because I was looking for a goggle that could block a little more sun and also reduce glare. I use them on occasion in low light situations but they are much better on blue bird days or with a few clouds in the sky. If your looking for goggles that fit the Smith Variant or G10 helmets these are great. They are a perfect compliment to a goggle that allows a little light in for those cloudy days

Does Smith make polarized lenses for the...

Does Smith make polarized lenses for the I/O goggles?

5 5

Great in all light conditions

I've logged 6 days in my polarized smith prodigy goggles and couldn't be happier. They're fantastic at cutting glare on a bright day, and they seem to give just a bit more contrast on low light, overcast, and super heavy snow days. They work well with a helmet. Ordered a 2nd pair just in case I break the first.

5 5

Bigger Face Goggle

This goggle has all the pluses of Smith goggles - style, good fit and does a great job of not fogging up. Good lens selection and a variety of color options. But, it is advertised as a medium fit goggle, and it probably works better for a bigger face. If you have a small medium face, go with the Fuse or Phenom goggle.

5 5

best google around

These things fit my big fat face just perfect, and I have never had an issue with fogging up.

5 5

Smith Prodigy Polarized

Sorry other revirewer, but this goggle dominates. After 30 days, the only time I had some fogging on the upper portion is when I was sweatin hard. Perhaps the other reviewer was riding too slow to get some ventilation going! J/K. The polarized lens is awesome in sunny weather, really cuts down glare. Plus the frame is super comfy on my nose. This is the best price I found for a killer Polarized goggle setup.