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  • Carbonic-X lenses with TLT Optics and a 5X antifog inner lens help keep your vision clear and free of fog, even while working up a sweat
  • Red Sensor Mirror lenses allow 55% visible light transmission for enhanced definition and depth perception in flat or low light
  • Wide, silicone-backed strap and a quick-fit adjustment system ensure a secure, comfortable fit
  • Includes microfiber goggles bag
  • Large fit; helmet, ODS2 and eyeglass compatible

Made in USA.

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Best Use Snowsports
UV Protection 100 percent
Light Transmission 55 percent
Lens Tint Red Sensor Mirror
Lens Shape Cylindrical
Helmet Compatible Yes
Eyewear Compatible Yes
Additional Lenses Included None
Gender Men's
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Knowledge I ski patrol in Michigan and have been using the Smith Knowledge Goggles for about 6 seasons. The fan works great and when using the goggles with a Smith helmet they integrate well together (no air gaps). Also after about 4 seasons of hard use the foam around the edges started peeling off so I called their customer support and sent them in during the off season. They sent my goggles back with all new foam and re-wired the fan so they came back pretty much new. Smith has a customer for life. Also my glasses no longer fog up unless it's super super cold
Date published: 2013-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best OTG Goggles I've Owned I bought these goggles near the end of last season and have used them on a dozen ski days since at Whistler, B.C., and in the Oregon Cascades. They fit well over my glasses and make a good seal on my face. Air flow is very good even when the fan is turned off. They have large top vents that allow good air flow under the visor of my helmet. There is occasionally some fogging when first putting them on, but they clear within a few minutes and generally stay clear. They came with a RC36 lens that works very well in most light conditions. I'll be buying a blue mirror lens for the cloudy/stormy days on Mt. Hood. I really like the construction, they're a solid piece of equipment.
Date published: 2014-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solves the eyeglass fogging problem. Great for people that wear glasses; you no longer have to put your goggles on before you leave the lodge. Fan keeps both glasses and eye glasses clear. Will quickly defog glasses if you put the goggles on after you have been out for a while and decide you need goggles for changing conditions. Comfortable with helmet and ample room for larger lenses. Keep extra batteries handy. Fan is so quiet you will forget it's on.
Date published: 2012-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Where have these goggles been all my life I've been dealing with fogging glasses for 40 years. I found these at the ski shop at the mountain. As soon as the sales person said fan, I was sold. Used them today for the first time and was very impressed. It was 10 degrees out with a very stiff wind, perfect fogging conditions. I went all day without having to worry about my glasses. I did notice the fan got a little louder towards the end of the day. But it wasn't bad enough to worry about.
Date published: 2013-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Expedition Proven I have been using Smith Goggles since I first started climbing in 1996, I remember getting an oversized pair to fit over my glasses & even when the first fan technology came out, it was good back then but much better now. The Turbo Fan rocks! I just came back from climbing in Iceland & have been winter mountaineering all over the White Mountains of New Hampshire with these, for winter camping you have to take care to keep them inside your sleeping bag & be sure to put a couple extra batteries in a safe warm place for trips longer than a day when it gets really cold out. Clear vision will be your reward. They are perfect for ice climbing, skiing, ski boarding, snowboarding, alpine touring, cross country, snow shoeing, you name it.
Date published: 2014-02-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Turbo Fan As with previous reviews the control switch slider is very hard to use with gloves on and hard to move as well as know what position it is in. Modified the slider by applying an aggressive layer of material that a gloved finger grips well to and worked great to allow for better switch control with a gloved finger. Worked well but still tricky. Battery compartment cover was hard to get full open to change the battery but manageable if done in a warm, comfortable environment. Would run most of a ski day in low with frequent periods in high when glasses fogged up and very effective. Switched to lithium batteries and change before every ski day and would easily last throughout the typical day.
Date published: 2017-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for OTG Comfortable, no fogging while warring glasses under the goggles, even in the east where we have all kinds of damp or wet skiing. I ware these goggles all day and nights while on ski patrol. One battery will last for months, using them every weekend. I leave the turbo fan switched on low all day and night for skiing, turn it off as I stuff the goggles in my bag.
Date published: 2013-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Got my honey a pair too! Have been Smith fans (pun intended) for years, and they just keep getting better. While my glasses fit, I have the ODS2, glasses in the goggle, because we heli and back country a lot, and it's just one less thing to do. Fan is best yet, and seems to last forever. I got my honey a pair too, but she only used them once last year and fan not working for our first trip this year. Hopefully the warranty will be hassle free, mine works great and I ski 100+ days. Awesome product.
Date published: 2015-12-21
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How well do these seal and fit over eyeglasses?

Asked by: gnomeadder
These goggles are designed to go over a wide range of eyeglasses. The actual fit will be determined by the specific eyeglass design along with the size and shape of an individual's face.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-09
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