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Snow-tech that won't leave your wallet high and dry.

You don't need goggles with a built-in espresso-maker that rivals the cost of your skis, but you also don't want goggles that fog up at the mention of a flat cat-track. Check out the Smith Scope Goggle.

  • Dual lens design and Airflow ventilation ensure you can shred hard without suffering from excessive fog
  • Mirrored lens won't leave you praying for better clarity
  • Urethane frame flexes with each facial movement to enhance comfort—shape seamlessly fuses with your Smith helmet
  • Compression-molded hypoallergenic face foam adds comfort
  • Silicon backing keeps the adjustable, quick-clip strap stuck to your helmet or hat
  • Articulating strap system distributes pressure evenly

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5 5

Solid Goggles

I use these as a beater/work goggle and for commuting in blustery weather. It holds up to abuse really well, and resists fogging almost as much as some of Smith's higher-end goggles. For the price, these are phenomenal.

Smith Scope Goggle (Green Sol-X Mirror)

Smith Scope Goggle (Green Sol-X Mirror)

Fantastic Googles! Love them so much! Have several replacement lenses.

4 5

good for narrower/smaller faces

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are pretty good googles. I take them along as backups on longer winter or ski trips. Good visibility, and the fit is just right for those of us with smaller noggins.

5 5

Coolness that fits, buy!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are comfortably shaped, because of the single-curviness in the glass. That makes them an easy-fit, compared to some Oakleys or Dragon goggles. I can wear them aaallll day, without getting marks on my high cheekbones.

Their medium size is right, and it means that you get your eyes covered, but not your whole face (nose).

5 5

so good for the price.

bright color, awesome on the hill, good for glare. just rad in general.

Can you see your eyes through these?

Can you see your eyes through these?

4 5

Good choice for fans of the simple

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Sturdy, simple goggles that fit well on my fairly narrow face. Mine have a non-mirrored, rose-colored lens--I use them more for snowstorms than for sun--so I can't comment on any of the mirrored lenses. I wish these goggles had a separating clip on the head strap--my old Smiths, ca. 1987, did, and would still be in service if their foam padding hadn't disintegrated from age--but otherwise they're just what I was looking for.

4 5

Scope Pro's Ignitor Mirror

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

I haven't taken them out on the slopes yet but they are very comfy and fogged yet. They fit well with my Holt helmet. I have a small head and I still find these comfy.

Scope Pro's Ignitor Mirror