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Trees are great, until you hit one.

There's a lot to see out there—rocks, lift towers, small children, snow guns, porcupines—so it's best not to take the "There's probably nothing in my way" approach; instead, try the crystal clarity and serious comfort of the Smith Scope Goggles. The dual Carbonic-X lenses have TLT optics to mirror the shape of your eyes for precise vision, and an Airflow ventilation system to keep you fog-free even on soggy days. With tons of lens and strap choices, you can dial in your look, and the easy helmet compatibility of the Scope means you won't have to hang your brain out to dry just to get goggles that look sick and perform just as well.

  • Carbonic-X dual lens with TLT optics
  • Airflow lens ventilation
  • Compression-molded hypoallergenic face foam
  • Ultra-wide silicone-backed strap with QuickFit adjustment
  • Articulating strap positioning system
  • Helmet compatible

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Great quality for the price

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

Great goggles, especially considering the price. Great for hitting the slopes or clearing the driveway after a big snow, these are great.


Great for the price

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Great goggles i got them because i love the fit of my old ones. However, the red frame does give a red glare inside the goggles when in moderate to high light situations


Good all purpose - for skiing or onions!

    Went with the most economical choice on goggles as it was first time skiing in years and who knows when the next will be (fingers crossed, next year!) Goggles worked fine, the face fit would have probably felt better had I been using a Smith or other reputable helmet instead of the cheapo rental helmet where I got my other equipment, which is something I intend to invest in next time. The RC36 lens is as described - a good all purpose lens that works in all conditions. Might find it a little lacking on a clear day with sun in front of you, likewise a bit dark if night skiing under the lights (I actually got a taste of all conditions on the day I used them including night skiing) but perfect for overcast / hazy days.

    Sadly, I only got the one day in skiing because on my second run of night skiing I went over a short ledge I wasn't expecting and got air....horizontally. Came down in the sled and that was the end of my ski trip :-( Luckily nothing broke and the ankle is recovering quickly. But I did crack the google lens, and while they aren't unusable I will probably invest in another pair of Smith's next time, maybe even some inter-changeable style. As for these, my wife can attest that they are also great for wearing in the kitchen when slicing up red onions!


    Solid goggles

    • Gender:Male
    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I have the acid block/red sensor Scope goggles, and they rock. They are very nice for seeing where I'm going (because that's what goggles are for) and are also very stylish. They excell predominantly in lower light, as I find myself sometimes shielding my eyes on sunny lift rides. However, when you're riding, these goggles can't be beat. This is a great, low-cost goggle for everyone.