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Squad XL ChromaPop Goggles

4.415929203539823 out of 5 stars
113 Reviews
Current price: $90.00 - $108.00 Original price: $180.00
40% off
Color:Lapis Brain Waves/ChromaPop Everyday Green Mirror/ChromaPop Storm Blue Sensor Mirror


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Why We Like The Squad XL Chromapop Goggles

The first powder day after a long dry spell can turn to low-viz pretty quickly. Pull the Smith Squad XL ChromaPop Goggles over our eyes and head into the madness with fellow powder-starved comrades. Boasting the largest cylindrical lens in Smith's fleet, the Squad XL delivers an expanded field of vision, so we spot those sneaky freeriders trying to snake our line in our peripherals.

Smith's signature ChromaPop lens enhances color and detail, even if we spend most of our day in the white room. Anti-fog technology on the inner lens keeps things clear while we're huffing and puffing up the bootpack, and the silicone-backed strap holds our goggles secure if we decide to go big and eat it right under the chair.


  • Keep epic days clear with these ski or snowboard goggles
  • ChromaPop lenses enhance color and detail
  • Cylindrical lens maximizes peripheral vision
  • Anti-fog technology keeps the lens clear of condensation
  • Semi-rimless frame for extra sight
  • Silicone-backed strap holds goggles on securely
  • Dual-slide strap is quick and easy to adjust
  • Please see size chart for lens tint information
  • Item #SMIZ9HS
Interchangeable Lens
yes (extra lens included)
Technical Features
Fog-X anti-fog, DriWix face foam
Responsive Fit
Face Size
medium, large
ultra-wide, silicone backed
Case Included
microfiber bag
Claimed Weight
ski, snowboard
Manufacturer Warranty
[sunglasses, goggles] limited lifetime, [helmets] limited 3 years, [apparel, accessories] limited 1 year

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 113 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 3 reviews
2 Stars - 5 reviews
3 Stars - 12 reviews
4 Stars - 15 reviews
5 Stars - 78 reviews

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4 out of 5 stars

May 2, 2024

My honest review after 93 days in the PNW

I purchased the Squad XL in December of 23 with my own money in the blackout color way with additional clear and everyday rose gold lenses. I mainly ride on Mt. Hood, but tour all over the PNW. After 93 days this season using these goggles, I can safely that this has been my favorite goggle purchase to date. My favorite aspects of the goggle, are the wide field of view, quick lens changes, and the clean look. The lenses cover a range of conditions from cloudy and rainy to blue bird and feel like Im living in 4k. The goggles are comfy on the face, but can ride around on face. Also, if you ride with them lower on your brow line, Ive found my cheeks get a bit uncomfortable. The goggles pair flawlessly with the method, but I also used my POC helmet and found the fit to also be virtually seamless. They are also lightweight, block wind, ventilate excellently, and frankly make my vision better than my regular ole eye balls. For the negative. I haven't really been able to wear these under a helmet. Could be the additional harness on the back of the method in conjunction with the goggle strap. Not a big deal. Lenses can fog heavily between lenses when stored. A few back to back mornings, Ive gone to change lenses and found that my clears or blue lenses are all fogged up on the interior of the lens. Super annoying cause then I'd have to either not use the optimum lens, or gently warm the lens up to clear the field of vision. Lens changes can be tricky as the sides are pretty stiff. This gets easier the more you get the hang of it. Perhaps a slight bevel on the sides would make lens instillation a bit easier. Included bag with my pair seems cheap when compared to the goggle. Perhaps a hard case or zip case standard? Overall: I would recommend these as they're a lot of goggle for the price, especially if you can get them on sale.

Jacob G.

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1 out of 5 stars

February 10, 2024

Fogged up between inner and

Fogged up between inner and outer lens on first use


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5 out of 5 stars

February 7, 2024

Good fit and field of

Good fit and field of view.

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5 out of 5 stars

February 6, 2024

Great goggles

Love these goggles! Sun lenses and low-light lenses are both great. Awesome warranty policy.


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2 out of 5 stars

February 6, 2024

Looks nice…

It’s too delicate of a goggle. Exterior lens is too susceptible to getting scratched. Interior is too sensitive to anti-fog being nicked/smudged. Foam is too weak to goggle being raised up on the helmet. Too difficult to change lens on fly. I’m not hard on gear but this this goggle requires a ton of extra attention to keep it in good form. Looks nice.


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5 out of 5 stars

February 6, 2024

Great goggles ! Had a

Great goggles ! Had a warranty issue that got resolved with zero fuss in no time. I highly recommend.


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3 out of 5 stars

February 6, 2024

It’s quite challenging to change

It’s quite challenging to change lenses and the foam is already started to deteriorate.


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5 out of 5 stars

February 2, 2024

Love the XL Frames

Compliments on the large frame and lenses. Especially in combo with a smith helmet. Super good visibility and fits well with the strap being positioned correctly. Would highly recommend.


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5 out of 5 stars

November 6, 2023


Absolutely amazing. They save your eyes on those sunny days and on cloudy days swap over the lenses and your chillin!

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5 out of 5 stars

May 13, 2023

Great Goggles

Fantastic Goggles! They have a super wide field of view and fit comfortably on my face. The mid-range lenses work great on both cloudy and sunny days.


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