Smith Range Snow Goggles - Low-Bridge Fit

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Whether you're hounding for powder or sticking to the groomers, the Smith Range low-bridge fit snow goggles help you see more clearly with active ventilation and a hydrophilic Fog-X lens treatment.

  • Features

    • Cylindrical Carbonic-X lens with 6-base curve offers top-class optical standards and an optimum fit, with the active ventilation of airflow lens technology to reduce fogging
    • Hydrophilic Fog-X lens treatment features a micro-etched surface that helps to absorb moisture and disperse it over a wide surface area to prevent fogging
    • Tapered lens technology progressively tapers the lens from the optical center toward the peripheral view to straighten out incoming light rays
    • Responsive Fit™ frame provides a large fit; these goggles are designed to fit those with a lower nose bridge
    • 2-layer DriWix face foam wicks away moisture to help keep you comfortable
    • Helmet-compatible goggles feature an extra-wide, silicone-backed strap to stay secure on your head
    • Dual-slide strap adjustment system customizes the fit
    • Includes microfiber goggles bag

    Made in USA.

    A special note from REI: This item is designed to best fit people with a low nose bridge. If you're looking for a version of this product called "Asian Fit" or "Asia Fit" on the vendor's website, this is that product. REI has chosen to remove those terms from our descriptions because we believe the industry needs a better way to identify these products. To that end, we are having productive conversations about establishing a more accurate term with the brands we sell.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    UV Protection

    100 percent





    Lens Shape


    Bridge Fit

    Low Bridge Fit

    Frame Size


    Helmet Compatible




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