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Smith I/O 7 Goggles with Bonus Lens

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    54 Reviews

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    Bigger is better.

    Smith's been leading the way in the eyewear game for years, and has stepped up once again to deliver with the I/O 7 interchangeable-lens goggles. Taking the pioneering rimless design of the I/O to the next level, the I/O 7 uses a Single-Pivot Quick-Release lens-change system to make switching out your lenses even simpler, while at the same time making the frame lighter and more comfortable. The dual-axis outrigger system and three-layer DriWix foam conform to your face without pinching, and the ultra-wide silicone-backed strap sticks to your helmet like gum to the bottom of your shoe. Smith also designed the I/O 7 with an AirEvac system that interfaces with your helmet to help circulate air, reducing fogging on those sticky, swampy days.

    Of course, you can't talk Smith without bringing up top-shelf optical quality, which the I/O 7 delivers in spades. The spherical Carbonic-X polycarbonate lens is designed using TLT optics, which mirror the shape of your eyes to provide precise, crystal-clear vision in all conditions, and features a mess of fog-preventing tech to keep you seeing clearly: the dual Vaporator lens technology is finished off with a Porex filter that sucks moisture from between the inner and outer layer, and is treated with a 5X anti-fog coating to prevent moisture build-up. You'd expect Smith to throw down the most precise, technologically advanced eyewear out there, and the I/O 7 certainly doesn't disappoint.

    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.

    • Single-Pivot Quick-Release lens-change system
    • Spherical Carbonic-X lens with TLT optics
    • Vaporator Lens technology with a Porex Filter
    • AirEvac helmet integration technology
    • 5X anti-fog inner lens
    • Dual-axis outrigger frame with three-layer DriWix face foam
    • Ultra-wide QuickFit strap with silicone backing
    • Includes two performance mirrored lenses
    • Item #SMI006T

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    Carbonic-X, TLT optics
    Interchangeable Lens
    yes
    Frame
    Facial Geometry
    Face Size
    medium
    Strap
    Quick Fit, silicone-backed
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

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    Great Goggles

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have had horrible experiences with goggles in the past, but these more than cut the mustard.

    When paired with the Smith Vantage helmet (also highly recommend) there is no wind-gaps on forehead. I have never had a fogging issue on the inside, and when it gets very cold and I put steam on the outside of the lease from covering up my mouth, the fog dissipates quickly while skiing.

    Overall, great goggles that have lasted a long time with top performance.

    great, fit really well on smith helmets

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These goggles fit very well with the Smith helmet line and stay clear of moisture regardless of temperature/precipitation. I found the two different lenses to work well in the conditions that they are designed for and the fit is very comfortable. I definitely found these to be quality goggles

    way cool

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I wore the I0 for years before switching to the IOX a couple of season ago. The IO frame is relatively small, and the X really opened up my peripheral vision.
    That said, the X is massive in comparison to the original IO, and I constantly had air rushing up through gaps between my face and the goggle's foam. I am sure that such a big frame fits on someone's face, but I felt that I was mostly just sacrificing the IO's comfort for the X's superior vision.
    Thankfully, I wasn't the only one in that position, and Smith decided to produce the 7 for all the 'between sizes' folks.
    The IO7 balances the IO's compact design with the X's wide field of vision. The 7 feels significantly narrower on my face than the X, but there isn't much difference in terms of the size of each goggle's peripheral vision.
    I'm not sure that Smith goggles are any more durable than their competitors, but the company really stands behind the product, and the warranty is all time.

    Best Goggles

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I owned a pair of original I/O's and loved them. Being a creature of habit may be a bad thing, but I couldn't be happier with my purchase of these I/O 7's. The goggles fit great and swapping out the lenses is very simple. I decided to go with the Smith Pivot MIPS helmet and that combination couldn't be better as far as fit and ventilation. I never have foggy goggles and on those really cold days when the wind is blowing I never feel it between my goggles and helmet. They integrate perfectly so nothing is exposed. I've used these for skiing/snowboarding, snowmobiling and backcountry touring and they performed very well in all settings. I definitely recommend these goggles to anyone looking for a great pair. I chose the Sriracha color scheme and love the design. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions.

    Perfect In Between Size Goggles

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Had the regular I/O goggles for a few years before it was time for an upgrade. After trying out these and the I/OXs I decided these were for me. They're not as big as the Xs but still cover quite a bit of your face. The lens changes in a snap and the clarity is pretty impressive with these. I went with the Ignitor Mirror and Red Sensor Mirror combo and purchased the Green Sol-X lens for bluebird days. If you have any questions about the best lens tint for you please reach out! Overall, highly recommend. Smith does it again!

    I'd say I'm well acquainted

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    So I got the Sriracha Cuzco/Green Sol-X Mirror/Red Sensor Mirror, One Size, and absolutely love them!
    As well as the Black/Blackout/Yellow Sensor Mirror, One Size, and those are super sick too!

    Super cool look, and good range of visibility, it isn't like other goggles that sometime block a little bit of peripheral vision, this goggle gives you full range of vision.

    It comes with two lens, one for darker, overcast, storm days. The other lens will be for bluebird days, and the bag it comes with is a certified lens cleaner.

    Changing the lens on the goggles isn't exactly the easiest lens to change out the first time I had to to do it it took me like 5 minutes, but after some practice the process had become more fluid. The thing is the frame itself has these slots, specific for each side of the lens, and it is a little bit finicky to get it to fit super flush.

    Overall great product, I'm stoked on both of mine, and they go super well with the Smith Vantage helmet.

    Great Buy!

    Comfortable and Awesome.

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I bought this as a birthday present for a relative and this is what they had to say:

    The fit is great, I have a large face and the I/O 7 fits my big melon really well. The foam is super comfortable and the minimalist frame offers a girthy range of vision that my old goggles weren't giving me. Additionally, the interchangeable lens system is easy to use, though I did have some difficulty at first with the nose piece, but I eventually got used to it (I looked up a tutorial on YouTube to figure it out and make sure I didn't break anything in the process). All in all, this is an amazing step-up from my old goggles. Really couldn't be happier with them.

    Favorite Pair

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have had these goggles for about 3 months now and I love them. They fit perfectly on my face and are not super big like the I/0X. You can change out the lenses really easily and it takes about 30 seconds to change out a pair of lenses. I have the Smith Maze helmet and they fit perfectly together!!

    Going from cheap to these is great

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

    I bought these on a whim, not realizing i read the price wrong. they arrived in the mail and i read the invoice shocked about the price but thought I'd at least give them a try before I decided to return them, and I'm glad I did. These goggles compared to cheap ones ($50<) make a world of a difference. I can actually see things besides hat is directly in front of me. they are comfortable and don't feel like they are squeezing my face. Haven't gotten to use the yellow lense yet, but the day I used the red mirror lense my friend complained about his goggles all day and ended up switching to sunglasses because his were uncomfortable and annoying. I let him borrow IO7 for the last run and he forgot they were on.

    Favorite Pair

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is my second season with these goggles and I love them. They have a smaller fit than the IOX which is perfect for me. I got the Blackout version with the red sensor mirror lens and that sensor mirror lens is great for lower light conditions. It is super easy to change out the lenses and takes around 30 seconds to get it done. If you are looking for a medium frame goggle then check this one out for sure!

    Great goggles, performance unmatched

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I used these goggles over the 2015 season. I since have used the Anon M3 which I have liked more because of the magnets. However I still think this goggle is great and performs well. Smith has a great reputation for creating a fog free ski day. The system of changing out the lens is great and secure, though you would need to take off your gloves and goggles to do so. Overall a great goggle. But I think that it comes in second to the Anon magnet system for interchangeable lenses.

    Great goggles, performance unmatched

    Great Fit

      Smith has perfected the goggle fit. I use the Red Sensor lens in the I/O 7 s almost everyday. They have a greenish tint when you look through them and they are mirrored from the outside. The optics in my Smith Sunglasses are way better than these new goggles though. In the future, hopefully Smith can integrate the high quality optics from their sunglasses into their goggles.
      Great face fit and helmet integration.

      Great Fit

      Great (big) Goggles

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I wanted a large frame pair of goggles to fill out my helmet and these are perfect. It's really easy to switch between the high and low light lenses and the two provided have covered all light conditions I have encountered. The sticky strap hugs the helmet perfectly and neither lens has shown any fog yet. I love everything about them. The only drawback I see is that these might look a little large if you were wearing them with a beanie and not a helmet.

      Could you comment on the lens' visibility and contrast? I can't see bumps on slopes, so I'm looking for a new pair. I know Oakley has Prizm that's supposed to better than its normal lens.

      Hey Waiwai,



      The trick to seeing the bumps is in the lens that you select for the conditions that you are in.



      I love the (low light) that comes with the I/O 7 from Smith. Both the Red Sensor Mirror and the Blue Sensor Mirror are great for when the conditions get tricky. Highly recommended.



      if you have any other questions feel free to give me a call at 1-800-409-4502 ext. 4665

      Which two lenses come with these goggles? I want to be sure we have one for flat light and one for sunny days.

      I just received IO7 goggles. It didn't come with case. No goggle case? Is that right?

      Hey TAEK GEUN C.,

      They I/O 7 Goggles no longer include a case, that is correct. You can buy the Smith Molded Goggle Lens Case (Item # SMI00CG) or Smith Goggle Case (Item # SMI00CF) separately. I would recommend the Lens Case. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.

      Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead - klivingston@backcountry.com

      I have a medium face. I am wondering which Smith goggle can fit perfectly while i am using my glasses Io7 or Iox. I think IOx is huge for my face.

      What's up with the bonus lens? Is it basically the same exact lens or a different one?

      Best Answer

      So they give you one low light and one bright day lens. Its actually pretty awesome, the goggles look a little pricey at first but, you get the full gamma of sun exposure covered! When you look at the actual goggles in the drop down menu you will see:



      "Black/Ignitor Mirror/Red Sensor Mirror, One Size"



      The "black" designates the frame color. "Ignitor Mirror" indicates color that goggle will be set up with on delivery. "Red Sensor Mirror" indicates the extra lens that is in the package. So its always frame color; lens that is in goggle; lens that is included in the package but, not set up in the frame.



      Bill Porreca

      bporreca@backcountry.com

      801-736-6398.

      Will these goggles fit over my eyeglasses? I currently have a pair of I/OX and that one fits perfectly.