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Smith I/O X Replacement Goggle Lens

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    • Gold Sol-X 2, One Size
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    7 Reviews


    What good are quick lens-change goggles if you only have one lens? Pick up Smith I/O X Replacement Goggle Lenses in different tints so you're ready for whatever the weather throws at you.

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    • Polycarbonate lens
    • Compatible with Smith I/O X goggles
    • Item #SMI00AB

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    Must have for nights on the hill

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If you have a ski area that has night skiing these are a must have. Visibility is great and the easy swap system of the goggles makes changing these out a breeze.

    Love these lenses!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I use the blackout for most days. But also have the Red Sol-X, Gold and Red Sensor. The Black out and Red Sensor and for sure my go to but all of them are seriously great. They cater to every one and there are plenty of choices.

    Great Lenses

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I picked up an Rc362 and a Red Sensor 2 to add to the stash, because hey, I like to see when I ski.
    The Red Sensor is my go-to for the cloudy, snowy days. It does a great job at increasing depth perception and brightening things up, so I can see that bump line before I hit it.
    The Rc362 is a little darker, and I find that it's a great middle ground between the Sol-X lenses for bluebird days and the Sensors for cloudy days. It's my partly-cloudy lens that comes out when the sky's too bright for the Sensor, but I still need some vision enhancement to combat flatter light.
    Regardless of the light conditions, I've always been happy with my Smith lenses. If properly taken care of (don't leave them in a damp goggle bag or in the car overnight, and never touch the inside lens), they will keep you seeing clearly for years.

    it really works!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I upgraded to the Smith IO/X this season - I wear glasses and it works well with them (though I still fog up when working really hard or when over-dressed or both). Coupled these with a Smith Vantage Brim helmet. Great fit with the helmet naturally and they work well with glasses.

    I played around with a couple of lenses (red & blue) for bright and lowlight conditions - then my expert gearhead Kyle Livingston steered me to the photochromic lens. Wish I had just sucked it up from the get go and bought them. Got the red Sol-X. They really work great across all conditions. Dark in bright sun and they lighten up quickly when the light goes flat. I think for flat light the blue sensor is a bit better - but the tradeoff to photochromic is you don't have to carry extra lenses and swap out.

    So my advice is go with photochromic - yes it costs a bit more but the versatility and no hassle factor make it well worth the price!