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  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Chromapop Sun
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  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Ignitor Mirror
  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Blackout 2
  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Red Sol-X 2
  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Ignitor 2
  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Platinum Mirror 2
  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Red Sensor 2
  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Gold Sol-X 2
  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Blue Sensor 2
  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Chromapop Sun
  • Smith - I/O Replacement Goggle Lens - Chromapop Everyday

Smith I/O Replacement Goggle Lens

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    • Blackout 2, One Size
      sale $52.00
    • Ignitor Mirror, One Size
      $65.00
    • Red Sol-X 2, One Size
      sale $52.00
    • Ignitor 2, One Size
      sale $52.00
    • Platinum Mirror 2, One Size
      sale $52.00
    • Red Sensor 2, One Size
      sale $52.00
    • Gold Sol-X 2, One Size
      sale $52.00
    • Blue Sensor 2, One Size
      sale $52.00
    • Chromapop Sun, One Size
      sale $76.00
    • Chromapop Everyday, One Size
      sale $76.00
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    44 Reviews

    Details

    Spider webs aren’t cool.

    Smith designed the I/O Goggle for easy lens swapping. Take advantage of it with the I/O Replacement Goggle Lens. Whether you cracked your current lens falling down the stairs in a drunken stupor or you just want some help on flat-light days, Smith has you covered.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • Item #SMI0768

    Tech Specs

    Material
    polycarbonate
    Recommended Use
    seeing clearly

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

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    Clear I/O Lens

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

    I swapped a friends I/O clear lenses into my goggles for night riding this past weekend and they worked great! Super awesome for night time, very low light conditions or when the snow is really blowing. Have ordered a pair for myself to use for more this season.

    clear lens for night skiing

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

    picked up a clear for night skiing and night touring. must have when you want to dip into the trees and all you have is a low light lens. a headlamp only helps so much.

    ChromaPOP!

      Love the chromapop storm lenses! Adds a just a little extra pop and definition to those cloudy, overcast, snowy days. Worth a little extra $ for the feature. Note: never wipe the inside of the lenses! The longer you avoid it, the less likely you lenses will fog.

      Must Buy It for skiing

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought it for night skiing and day skiing in fog / cloudy conditions. Its performance is nice and I felt not go wrong to buy this. Highly recommendation to have one for enjoy your skiing season.

      Smith I/O Replacement Lens RC362

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I love the Smith I/O goggles and have honed my skill in changing lenses to less than 60 seconds. This will be the fourth pair of lenses for these frames – so Smith must be doing something right to keep me coming back for more. I really like the color of this lens, as the rose tint makes for a great “I’m not sure what the day is going to throw at me, and I’m too lazy to go back to the car to switch them out” As long as I
      keep trying to trim trees with my face I’ll be back for more!

      New daily lens!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      When I got these lenses I thought I would really only use them on stormy flat light days as I have super sensitive eyes, and have in the past mostly worn my sol-x lenses just about every single day.

      I have only changed them back to my other lenses once since I got these and I have even used them on some pretty sunny days.

      I also use them for driving my motorcycle both at dusk and in the dark, and they actually make headlights from other vehicle far more pleasant and if anything give me better depth perception than a clear lens making them a better choice for late night driving on the bike.

      If you are even thinking about getting these just do it! You wont regret it

      Blue Sensor is great!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      What a great classic lens. The blue sensor never fails to deliver on overcast days. This was purchased to replace an older one that had seen its share of tree branches. Even though they will scratch easily when abused, if you take care of them will last a long time. Also it is important to make sure you dry the lenses after a snow day to avoid fogging in between them. If you do this you will never have a problem with them. Also they are super easy to switch out on sunny days.

      Blue Sensor is great!

      Love the Blue

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I bought the blue sensor mirror for low light and I love it. I also have a sunny day lens and that lens is great. The Smith Lenses are easy to change and really handle abuse. Great lens, I highly recommend the blue for low light. You won't be disappointed.

      Low light performance

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The blue sensor mirror is the best lens for low light conditions, it allows 60% of the visible light spectrum through but is the best lens to have on a storm day for that reason. I'd recommend everyone have this lens and a high light lens in their pack in case the conditions change on you.

      Clear Lens, Night Skiing

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I got the clear lens for night skiing and it works perfectly for my local hill. My visibility for night skiing is much better with the clear lens instead of having a tinted one.

      Gets the job done.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I love the transition from sun to partial cloudy. In white out though I am not a huge fan of the bluish tint look. I feel it is tough to distinguish the details in snow. As a patroller I tried to love them. I mostly love them. Though prefer to lenses to get the job done instead. Little to zero fogging.

      Good lens

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I just bought the I/O goggle and love it. I needed the clear lens for night skiing and it works perfectly. I don't have to worry as much about the bumps that the darker lenses cant see. Highly recommend the clear lens if your going when its dark.

      i have the smith i/ox goggles and was...

      i have the smith i/ox goggles and was wondering if this is the right lens for that google? also, was curious specially at the photochoromic lens on it's performance, is it worth the money as an all around type of lens that can replace the ability to carry extra lenses on the hill, etc? thanks

      Best Answer

      Hey Roberto, These are not the lens that you would need for the I/OX but here is a link. As far as the photochromatic lens go its going to be mostly preference. They come handy when your conditions are just right for it so if its going bright light to low light because of cloud coverage or a storm it will take a minute or two to change back to low light conditions. http://www.backcountry.com/smith-i-ox-i-ox-elite-turbo-fan-replacement-goggle-lens

      Any plans on stocking any of these?

      Any plans on stocking any of these?

      Which lenses are polarized? is this one...

      Which lenses are polarized? is this one of them? looking for one in a pinch.

      i have a old pair of smith goggles with a...

      i have a old pair of smith goggles with a eclipse lens in them. Will the I/O replacement lens fit these goggles?

      Unanswered Question

      When will dogfunk be getting more replacement...

      When will dogfunk be getting more replacement lenses for these googles?
      After the polarized RC and clear.

      What would be an appropriate tint for night...

      What would be an appropriate tint for night skiing?

      No. Go for a complete transparent/clear lens instead, preferably with an AR coating. There are many and thankfully, debunked myths of orange increasing night vision.

      Any color will detract from the total amount/intensity of the light your eyes receive, which will make you see less. Which of course will reduce the amount of detail you see especially in the darker areas of your field of vision.

      Which I/O lens tint works better on very...

      Which I/O lens tint works better on very snowy days the sensor mirror or the gold sensor mirror?

      Best Answer

      Good question, David. According to Smith, both lenses have a visual light transmittance of 70%, making them almost identical when it comes to performance. The Gold Sensor Mirror and the regular Sensor Mirror are perfect for low to medium light conditions (storms, overcast days, etc.). However, it should be noted that the Gold Sensor Mirror is going to help you most in LOW LIGHT (evening, overcast) while the regular Sensor Mirror is intended for FLAT LIGHT (snow storms, whiteout). Both will do the job, but the Sensor Mirror would be the best pick for you.

      are all smith lenses compatible with each...

      are all smith lenses compatible with each other?

      are these lenses still compatible with all...

      are these lenses still compatible with all the older I/O models?