Smith I/O Goggles (Adults')

Smith I/O Goggles (Adults') -

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    Style: IO7IBK12

    The Smith I/O Goggle is one of the most popular ski goggles out there for so many reasons. First of all, it's rimless, so you get a bigger range of vision, and you don't get that clunky goggle feel. Second, changing the lenses on the I/O is really easy. You just slide open the tabs, slip out the lens, and stick a new one in. No more tug-of-war with your goggles or bad seals that let in air and snow. The I/O has a medium face fit perfect for riders who like a little more face coverage.


    • Frame Color: Black
    • Lens Color: Ignitor Mirror for variable conditions/ spare Blue Solex lens
    • Number of lenses included: 2


    • Quick Release Lens System makes changing lenses simple
    • Spherical, Carbonic lens for the truest vision
    • Porex™ technology vents air to prevent fogging
    • Wide, adjustable strap with silicone for good helmet stick
    • DriWix Face Foam stays dry against skin
    • Includes microfiber storage bag
    • Helmet compatible for the best protection

    Questions and Answers

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    "do you sell smith i/o replacement lens?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by david on 9/25/2013 - 12:29 pm
    "Unfortunately, we do not. "
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/25/2013 - 1:20 pm
    "Are they uv protected. What number are the lenses in terms of light conditions."
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    Question by Bren on 1/21/2014 - 1:15 pm
    "All Smith lenses provide 100% protection from UV rays. The lense features 35% Variable Light Transmission. "
    Answer by Danielle (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/21/2014 - 2:23 pm
    "What is the VLT of the Blue Solex spare lens?"
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    Question by Jared on 10/8/2014 - 12:40 pm
    "The Variable Light Transmission on the blue solex spare lense is 70%. "
    Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/8/2014 - 1:00 pm