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Smith I/O 7 Goggles Replacement Lens - Men's

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    • Chromapop Sun Black, One Size
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    Oh say can you see?

    Having the right lenses makes a big difference, so outfit your Smith I/O 7 goggles with the full range of flat-light, low-light, and bright-light lenses. Every one has eye-mirroring TLT optics for serious precision, Vaporator dual-lens technology, a Porex anti-fog filter, and a 5X anti-fog coating to prevent moisture build-up.

    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.

    • Spherical Carbonic X lens with TLT optics
    • Vaporator dual-lens technology
    • Porex anti-fog filter
    • 5X anti-fog coating
    • Item #SMI008A

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    Smith I/O 7

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    • Q & A

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    Can’t go wrong

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Replacement lenses allow you to switch things up so that your eyewear matches the weather. These IO/7 lenses will work with any IO/7 frame and give amazing clarity with Chromapop.

    Always be prepared

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    You never know when the storm is going to roll in and flatten the light. Smith's lenses have never let me down. I do like the rose lens for everyday conditions, but have gotten a little more picky so I got a pair of the Storm Yellow Flash. Now I use my Sun Black lenses on the sunny days and bring out the Storm yellow when the clouds block out the sun. I like to be able to see the contours and terrain i'm on before they throw me for a loop.

    Great flat light/ storm day lens

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Chromapop Storm Yellow Flash Lens-

    Great Low Light lens for those flat light, stormy days where the sun is non existent and visibility is less than ideal... add the chromapop and the definition of the snow comes alive, you’re able to feel your feet underneath you and shred in confidence! - even on those days when it’s nuking rain instead of snow!

    Great flat light/ storm day lens

    Green Sol-X for those Bluebird Days

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Got this lens for those super sunny days. Have the Red Sensor Mirror for cloudy days and Ignitor Mirror for when it's a bit of both. If you have any questions about the best lens tint for you please reach out!

    Exactly what you want

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I am a bit of a goggle nerd and now have 6 different lenses for my I/O7's. The most recent that I bought are the clear lenses for night riding. When the snow starts falling and you end up with the occasional night dump, the clear lens is exactly what you need! They let me see very clearly in the dark. Just add a headlamp to your helmet and you are all ready to find that secret pow stash at night.

    Great Lens!

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

    I purchased the Gold Sol - X 2 and have loved it so far! Great for sunny days. Fog is not a problem either! I would defiantly recommend them!

    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.

    "Seriously Amazing"

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

    Bought these for friends. Here is their review!



    10/10 EASILY. These goggles are seriously amazing. We skied for 3 days and conditions varied enough that we tried on all 3 lenses. Overall, super comfy fit and an amazingly wide field of vision. Our first day on the mountain was a super wet/snowy/overcast day and these guys held up amazingly. The hydrophobic quality works so well! The water beaded up and ran off without any streaking, and had it not been snowing like crazy, I wouldn't have even had to wipe them off at all. Also, I didn't experience any fogging at all the entire time I skied. Changing out the lenses was super easy as well.

    "Seriously Amazing"

    Second to none

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I gave this item as a gift but have some feedback:

    The I/O 7 yellow sensor 2 worked wonderfully on a Michigan cloudy day. When the sun finally arrived they worked even better. Clarity and depth of field is second to none. Would definitely purchase again or recommend to a friend. Well worth the price.

    Great Lens!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Smith makes some of my favorite goggles. They make lens swapping a piece of cake. I have the Blackout Lens for sunny days and they look awesome and are great at letting the right amount of light in. Then I bought the H.I. Yellow for the snowy Low light days. These add enough contrast and let in enough light that you can still see the details in the ground so you can still fly down the mountain with no brakes.

    Awesome Optics

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have two extra lenses for my I/0 7's this season, each serving their own purpose. I haven't used the Ignitor Mirror in a few years, but I moved backed to it this season because of just how versatile it is. While it's not first choice on flat light days, it still gets the job done, and if the sun pops, you don't feel like you are getting you retinas scorched, due to mirror layer that reduces glare.

    My second lens is the Red Sensor Mirror, an awesome choice on any day that it flat light, snowing, or foggy. I love how these lens help increase contrast during flat light days, and give everything a slightly warm, pleasant hue.

    A big reason I keep coming back to Smith products is that they do an excellent job of providing a product for every situation on the mountain. Do a little research, and you'll be able to find just the lens to suit your needs.

    Can't quite see the change

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I picked up one of the Photochromic Red lenses, and I'm not entirely sure how I feel about them as of yet.

    I've used them in overcast, mixed, and an almost-sunny day, and I still can't tell if these lenses are worth the extra moola. Don't get me wrong, they worked just fine (except for on the overcast day, they were a bit too dark for that) but I wouldn't say that I've noticed the lens actually changing tint with the changing ambient light. They seem (to my eyes/perception at least) to be more of a fixed tint. I would *love* to witness the lens change (IT'S MORPHIN' TIME!), but as of yet I can't attest to it.

    So reviewing these Photochromic Lenses as a fixed tint, I'd say they are good for mixed-light days, and the red is a super cool looking red. It's a great medium between the Red Sol-X and the Red Sensor.

    So if you are interested in these lenses, purchase them with "fixed tint" in mind, not "variable tint".

    Ben
    brabinowitz@backcountry.com
    801-746-7564

    Unanswered Question

    I noticed there’s a sale going on for Smith i/o 7 rose platinum lenses. How does this lens compare to the ignitor mirror and the platinum mirror? I’ve been leaning towards the ignitor lens because I’d like something that’s very versatile and still has some mirror. Is the rose platinum similar or is it closer to the platinum? What are its features and would you recommend it over the ignitor?

    Also, do you know how long this sale will go on for? I may need to wait til next week to decide.
    Thanks so much,
    Liberty

    Considering a potential third lens in addition to my ignitor and red sensor. What would round out that collection for mostly CO skiing? Trying to decide between Green Sol-X, Red Sol-X or the Photochromic lens. Or will the ignitor cover bluebird days?

    Unanswered Question

    1. Do you sell Asian Fit?
    2. Does the I/O 7 come with Blue Sensor Mirror lens or replacement lens
    3. What is the difference between the blue sensor mirror and blue sensor 2?

    What's the difference between the Red Sensor Lens and the Red Sensor 2 Lens? Or the Blackout Lens and the Blackout2 Lens?

    Hey Shane,



    There is no difference as far as design or performance, the version 2 lenses are from our latest shipment from Smith. I have these goggles so feel free to contact me directly with any more questions about the I/O7 Lenses.



    Kyle

    Expert Gearhead

    klivingston@backcountry.com

    801-736-4337

    I was wondering what would be the best option specifically for overcast / flat light condition? maybe something equivalent to oakley's prism rose.

    Best Answer

    Hey Rapee,



    My favorite flat light lens is the Red Sensor Mirror (VLT 60%). Any of the Sensor Mirror options would work well on overcast days. I have these goggles so feel free to contact me directly with any more questions about the I/O7 Lenses.



    Kyle

    Expert Gearhead

    klivingston@backcountry.com

    801-736-4337