The Smith I/O MAG XL Chromapop Goggles give you two distinct advantages on the slopes--they let you see better and they let you see more. Their extra-large spherical lens will give you a wider field of vision for greater safety looking both up and down the hill, and thanks to the ChromaPop lens technology your contrast, clarity, and color will all be amplified to help you get a more clearly defined picture of snow conditions and terrain. Plus, it's also got Smith's MAG interchangeable lens system, which uses magnetic hold points and a dual-locking mechanism to let you quickly switch between the included bright light and low-light lenses when pesky clouds decide to hide the sun for the rest of the day. No matter the light or weather conditions you'll have the clarity you need, while anti-fog coating helps ensure that the only clouding going on involves unexpected snow and fresh turns.
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