Smith Sage Signature I/O 7 Goggles with Bonus Lens

Smith Sage Signature I/O 7 Goggles with Bonus Lens
$200.00
Sage Signature I/O 7 Goggles with Bonus Lens by Smith
Price subject to change | SKU: SMI006W

Smith Sage Signature I/O 7 Goggles with Bonus Lens

Sage Cattabriga-Alosa's signature Smith I/O 7 Goggles with Bonus Lens bring Sage's same unique style, vision, and performance to your everyday skiing experience. With frame-less construction and a spherical lens, you get full peripheral vision so you won't miss that little kicker in the trees. TLT (Tapered Lens Technology) optics don't distort your vision, so you can be sure that you aren't miscalculating the steepness of your line. Smith pulled out all the stops to make fogging a thing of the past with its 5X anti-fog inner lens, Vaporator lens, and Porex filter. It also features Air-Evac ventilation, which aligns with the vents on your Smith helmet so you can get fog-free performance while keeping you dome safe. Smith threw in a spare Blue Sensor Mirror lens to keep you ready for changing light conditions. And with it's 3-layer Driwix face foam, you might just forget you're wearing goggles at all. So even though you might not be stepping up to the same big lines as Sage, at least you can enjoy the same crisp vision and anti-fogging technology. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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