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  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Rise Split/Red Mirror with Clear Spare Lens
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  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Acid Split/Rose Flash
  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Violet Burst/Violet Mirror
  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Semenuk AC/Sun Black
  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Gwin AC/Sun Black with Clear Spare Lens

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  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Rise Split/Red Mirror with Clear Spare Lens
  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Reactor with Clear Spare Lens
  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Acid Split/Rose Flash
  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Violet Burst/Violet Mirror
  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Semenuk AC/Sun Black
  • Smith - Squad MTB Goggles - Gwin AC/Sun Black with Clear Spare Lens

Smith Squad MTB Goggles

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    • Rise Split/Red Mirror with Clear Spare Lens
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    Clear the way.

    Flowy berms and ripping descents are a whole lot more fun with clear vision and no worries of debris flying into your eyes. Stay protected and get a crystal clear view with the Smith Squad MTB Goggles, a mountain bike-specific goggle designed to enhance any day out on the trails.

    Smith's attention to function and aesthetics is evident in the Squad MTB Goggles, with a wide range of colorways and lens options to match your personal style and riding conditions. The carbon-x lenses aren't just for looks, though, as they incorporate Smith's anti-fog treatment to eliminate moisture and keep vision clear. Smith integrates open ventilation paths to promote cooling airflow out on the trails and adds posts for compatibility with roll/tear-offs on extra mucky days.

    The Smith Squad MTB Goggles are made with Sweat-X F.A.T. 3-layer face foam for impeccable sweat management and are helmet compatible with an extra wide, silicone-backed strap for a fully integrated head protection system.

    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.

    • Protect your eyes from trail debris on flow days
    • Anti-fog treatment for clear lines
    • Ventilation and wicking foam keep the dial turned to dry
    • Posts for tear- and roll-off accessories
    • Item #SMI00CE

    Tech Specs

    Lens
    vented cylindrical carbonic-x
    Interchangeable Lens
    spare lens with select variants
    Technical Features
    In-Lens Tear Offs Posts, Sweat-X F.A.T. 3-layer face foam, open ventilation paths, anti-fog treatment
    Face Size
    medium
    Strap
    ultra-wide, silicone backed
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    No Fog

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've always had trouble with goggle fogging up on me, whether it's while mountain biking or skiing, but the Squad goggles have stayed completely dry. Even on the 100 degree afternoons here in Salt Lake the Squads have stayed clear while I'm pouring sweat. Not to mention the carbon-x lenses that keep vision sharp and cut out glare.

    SQUAD UP!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The trails were getting so dusty and my eyes were suffering badly. These goggles are great for extra eye protection that still allows you a full range of vision. You can wear them with a full face or just with your trail helmet. Protect your eyes, you've only got two!

    Squad!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 6'2"

    I'm not one to wear eyewear when I ride, I usually get frustrated with fogging and feel that I can see the trail better without goggles or glasses.
    That being said these goggles have begun to change that. The vents along the top of the goggle allow them to stay cool even when you're exerting yourself. I even wear them on some trail rides, that's how well they breathe. The chromapop lenses are really impressive, the dark black lens I have on my Semenuk AC's even works great in the trees. I find that it really helps cut the glare when going in and out of strong sunlight.
    I love that smith includes a free clear lens as well. Replacement lenses are almost as much as a new set of goggles so it's nice to have a spare ready to go.

    Pretty Feathers :)

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 125lbs

    Wicks away sweat with ease, adjustable silicone lined strap which doesn't even need a goggle holder on your helmet, and lightweight.

    Pretty Feathers :)

    Look good- Feel Good!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 5'4"
    • Weight: 150lbs

    OK, so the reality is that when you are riding your bike if you look good then you must be fast! (or thats what they keep telling me ) I got these for Enduro racing and riding bike park and thay are far more breathable than my old MTB goggles. Super breathable, great venting and doesnt overheat! Plus having 2 lens' is a great selling features, I can't believe how affordable they are too!

    Smith should charge more for these

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 160lbs

    These are excellent goggles, scratch resistant and the lenses provided work well for all conditions. I will buy another pair when the time comes but I don't see that coming any time soon.

    Best Goggle for the $$$

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    If you want to join the ranks of Aaron Gwin, Brandon Semenuk, Brett Rheder and Cam McCaul - start by picking up a pair of the Smith Squad MTB goggles.



    I had the pleasure of meeting the genius behind the design of these goggles during Outdoor Retail week here in Salt Lake City at an awesome Metallica cover band pre-game (at an undisclosed location). I gave this madman props for designing the best MTB goggle I have ever worn.



    I pair this up with my POC Tectal Race helmet when I get out for some DH or dusty runs here in Park City/Deer Valley and found these to perform incredibly well.



    Pros:

    1) Affordable: At $60, you can't even buy a pair of nice sunglasses for that much.. you're telling me I only have to pay $60 for these?!

    2) Bonus lens: NOT one, but TWO lenses. One colored and one clear for various riding conditions. Super easy to swap them out as well - hit me up if you need assistance figuring this out.

    3) Steeze: These look and feel good on the face. I would imagine they work best with a full face, but I'm digging them so far.

    4) Ventilation: I admit it, I am a head sweater for sure. These keep my face fairly cool and breathe well.

    5) Anit-fog: Never had one issue with these fogging up.



    Cons:

    1) Most of the options are currently backordered: No need to worry... Reach out and I can let you know when we might get in more!

    Best Goggle for the $$$

    Full&Half Shell, These MTB Goggles Rock!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I spend my time mostly trail riding, but will definitely get some freeriding/shuttling/bike park laps in. I'll wear them for all of the above, though usually just the downhill if trail riding! I pair them with a Smith Forefront helmet and the fit is practically perfect and a Giro Cipher, which has just slight gaps to the sides, but is covered by the strap and barely noticeable. They're a medium sized goggle and would likely fit most faces.

    Pros:
    -I wear contacts and even with shades on I am afraid of getting dirt or trail gunk in the eye (or even just them drying out). These are a solid way to prevent that from happening. They're protective and breath well. The ventilation is really pretty impressive - its open vents as opposed to how ski goggles have foam on top of the vents.
    -I've climbed a touch with them on the face (with a half shell) and they didn't even fog! Was pumped to see that. Even waiting around post climb there wasn't really anything and even if there was, it would likely disappear with some air flow.

    Cons:
    - If you're going to climb with them when wearing a full face and bumped up on top of the helmet, make sure to flip them around your neck or backwards on the helmet so they don't get fogged up. Doing climbs with a full face isn't a scenario that happens often, but something to note.

    If you're looking for a pair of goggles to rip bike park laps in or go full enduro, let me know and I'd be happy to help with any other questions or put in an order for you! Plus, like the photo below shows, you'll be able to get "like 3 feet of air that time!" like Pedro from Napoleon Dynamite.

    Full&Half Shell, These MTB Goggles Rock!

    Nice!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    I finally got out to the bike park to ride with my new Smith MTB's I got two months ago. It was a cloudy day so I brought my clear lenses with me just in case. It turns out I didn't need to worry. The tinted lenses gave the woods just the right amount of clarity! The dust and bugs were no match for these goggles! I was worried about the vents but they worked out great! Nice and cool while riding and my eyes were still well protected and happy. I'm digging these goggles!

    No more tears

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    If you have ever had a problem with sweat getting into your eyes on those hot summer days then you need to look at these. The vents are huge and after running these I have found that I dont have that problem any more. The fit is perfect for a variety of helmet and face sizes and shapes. Give em a try.