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4D Mag Chromapop Goggles
Smith's 4D Mag Chromapop Goggles take everything you loved about the I/O Mag, and add 25% more field of view. With BirdsEye Vision opening up the field directly in front of you and Chromapop lenses optimizing the colors and details so you can comprehend them, these goggles help you see the entire run ahead of you better. AirEvac technology reduces fogging as you work up a sweat, while 3-layer DriWix foam conforms to your face to eliminate gaps.
- Goggles for skiing and snowboarding with maximum awareness
- ChromaPop lenses optimize colors and details for clarity
- MAG system makes swapping lenses quick and easy
- BirdsEye Vision offers enhanced downward view
- 25% field of view increase from the I/O MAG
- AirEvac technology reduces fogging
- 3-layer DriWix foam conforms to your face
- Includes bright and low light lenses
- Item #SMI00MX
What do you think about this product?
February 19, 2020
FOV solid but ...
Great field of vision as claimed but construction of the frame and foam could, and should, be better for this price level, noticed gluing errors and uneven foam placement on the plastic framing. Quiksilver has been bending lenses on the left and right peripheral for years with little to no distortion, so its a little perplexing that Smith bring a leader in vision wear hasn't fully dialed in the clarity of the lens bend, or perhaps mellowed out the bend so its not as advertisably noticeable. Would love to see a little more of a perpendicular fit and not push out the top so much to exaggerate more angle to increase the bottom viewing area. Overall a good goggle but would have felt better paying 150-200 for these. Def hyped up but they do have good clarity in the main viewing window and overall decent to good construction.
February 6, 2020
blurry expanded field of vision
I was really psyched to try these out, but sadly they did not impress. The "expanded" downward field of view offered by the "birds eye" curve at the bottom of the lens was less than many other goggles I've tried, including my current 5+ year old VZ fishbowl. Maybe its an improvement over the I/O MAG as Smith states, but if that's the case then I would advise everyone that there are way better options out there. In addition, the sharp curvature at the bottom of the lens that allows for the "expanded" view is incredibly distorted and blurry, making this portion of the view not really even usable. Hate leaving bad reviews, but these goggles really disappointed.
January 17, 2020
January 7, 2020
Great field of view
I have been a fan of the Smith mag goggles for some time. This new version is great in that you have a seemingly frameless view of everything, with excellent sun protection. I especially appreciate that they have provided an extra lens (dark for bright days, light for cloud (and even night skiing). Also, with this version you get a great case that staps in the extra lens with a microfiber cloth. This is a step up from prior models. I am a fan.
December 16, 2019
These goggles rock. I have used Smith goggles for years and the tech in these new 4D lenses is really something else. They really do expand your vertical vision, allowing you to see further down that any normal goggle does. The MAG changing is super simple and easy, I can do it without taking the goggles off and even with a glove on one handed. A huge plus is that the goggles come in a premium hard carrying case, something that my previous IO/X's didn't even come with! So far I have gotten 3 lenses for these goggles. The Everyday Red is perfect for sun, overcast, or even a light storm. The Storm Rose was awesome during the 2ft powder storms we had this past weekend here in Utah. Haven't tested out the Silver Sun lens yet, but should be perfect for spring skiing! Also, Smith sells clear lenses for night skiing on their site. As far as fit goes, these land somewhere between the regular I/O goggles and my old I/O X's (now the I/O XL's). These big goggles might not fit smaller faces well, but should fit normal faces just fine.