Smith I/O 7 Goggles (Adults')

Smith I/O 7 Goggles (Adults') -

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Style: IE7NXBK15

The Smith I/O 7 Goggles are an updated version of the popular I/O model. The outrigger has been updated so that it moves up, down, and forward. This provides a flush, gap-free fit regardless of head or helmet shape. Smith's AirEvac system pulls warm, moist air up out of the lens, keeping your vision clear. If you pair your I/O 7 Goggles with a Smith helmet, the AirEvac vent will line up with the venting in the helmet for even more efficient airflow. As always, the I/O 7 has the Quick Release lens system, making swapping out your lenses a breeze.


  • Frame Color: Black
  • Lens Color: Green Solex
  • Spare Lens Color: Red Sensor Mirror


  • Medium fit
  • Quick-release lenses let you change lenses quickly to match weather conditions
  • AirEvac pulls warm, moist air out of the goggle, reducing fogging, especially when paired with a Smith helmet
  • Dual Axis outrigger moves up, down, forward, and backward to provide a flush fit with any head or helmet shape
  • Spherical Carbonic X Lens eliminates distortion at the edges
  • Adjustable strap with silicone back to prevent slipping
  • 3-layer DriWix face foam pulls moisture away from the skin
  • Helmet-compatible for comfortable fit with helmet
  • Porex™ lens filter allows air to flow between lenses to prevent fogging
  • Anti-fog treatment on lenses keeps vision clear
  • Microfiber goggle storage bag included

Questions and Answers

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"I saw you display the slim case that houses the spare lens, so it stays protected in your jacket while you are skiing. Does this come standard with the goggle purchase, or is it a separate accessory?"
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Question by CrazyCanuck on 9/11/2014 - 2:13 am
"This awesome slim case comes with the purchase of these goggles. There is no need to purchase it separately!"
Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/11/2014 - 10:38 am
"Hi , is this pair an OTG (over the glass) version?"
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Question by peter on 5/19/2015 - 3:27 pm
"It's not. Depending on what type of glasses you have, you might be able to make it work. You could check out the Smith I/O X which will fit over Rx glasses or one of the other OTG goggles. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/19/2015 - 3:35 pm

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