Smith Squad Goggles (Adults')

Smith Squad Goggles (Adults') -

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    Style: SQ2NXBK15

    The new Smith Squad Goggles have the popular semi-rimless design, a feature you won't find on many similarly-priced goggles. The rimless areas open up your field of vision, giving you a huge, expansive view of the trail in front of you. The Squad Goggles also have an outrigger that helps provide a more flush, gap-less fit when worn with a helmet. Smith's goggle lenses are super durable, and they've included a storage bag to help prevent scratching.


    • Frame Color: Black
    • Lens Color: Green Solex Mirror


    • Medium fit
    • Carbonic X Lens provides durable, clear vision
    • Articulating outrigger for better fit when used with helmet
    • Adjustable strap with silicone back to prevent slipping
    • 2-layer DriWix face foam pulls moisture away from the skin
    • Helmet-compatible for comfortable fit with helmet
    • Anti-fog treatment on lenses keeps vision clear
    • Goggle storage bag included

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    "Looking for a pair of goggles for my 15 year old son. What is a good lens for all conditions? We only ski a week every year, so want something nice, but not over the top. These seem like they may do the job. "
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    Question by KG on 11/24/2014 - 6:07 pm
    "These just may do the trick! Green Solex lens' feature a dark bronze base lens tint with a multi-layer Green Mirror which cuts glare and reduces eye fatigue in super sunny conditions. It features 18% VLT which will be helpful with full sun conditions. Good choice!"
    Answer by Danielle (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/25/2014 - 10:35 am
    "Will this be a good pair of fog proof goggles for my 12 year old son?"
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    Question by jerry on 1/3/2015 - 9:27 pm
    "Yes, these should be fine for an average 12 yr old boy."
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/4/2015 - 3:45 pm