Smith Optics Prescription Goggles
Working from their base at Sun Valley, Idaho, Smith Optics are a market leader in winter eyewear. Since 1965 their products have been driven by a passion for the outdoors and the desire for technical excellence. If you like to have total control over how your goggle performs then Smith are your go-to. The I/O series of goggles make lens replacement amazingly simple, the Turbo Fan models allow you to drive fog away through the help of a two-speed electronic exhaust system, and Regulator lenses let you decide just how much airflow you want to travel through the frame. These goggles have been designed to work in perfect harmony with Smith's range of snow helmets. Check them out here!
In 1965 Dr. Bob Smith, a dentist by trade, made the first ever goggle featuring a sealed thermal lens and breathable vent foam. This revolutionised the powder skiing experience, and would make Smith Optics a worldwide brand in the years to come.
Today Smith are renowned as a producer of market-leading snow eyewear. Key innovations include the 5X Anti-Fog inner lens, the "I/O" goggle series featuring a quick release lens system, and the patented Turbo Fan air management system.
Smith are constantly updating shapes and styles to stay up to date with the latest fashions. There is a Smith goggle for every taste, whether you prefer to stand out with fashion-forward flavour or prefer retro throwbacks to years past!
Ready for all-day pow laps or all-day Après. The Smith goggle collection is diverse; each model offers unique performance features, fit and style. With unmatched optics and proven performance, the Smith line truly offers a goggle to match every individual’s unique style.
Smith Prescription Goggles
We've tested the fit of Smith goggles with a range of different prescription goggle inserts. These inserts simply sit within the goggle canopy to deliver convenient corrective vision without the added clutter of eyeglasses, and don't restrict you to just OTG-ready designs.
Smith ODS3 Insert
Smith's proprietary ODS3 insert is compatible with the I/OX, I/OX Turbo Fan, Prophecy OTG and Prophecy Turbo Fan models.
The Salice universal insert is compatible with the Drift, I/O, I/OS, Range, Riot, Showcase, Skyline, Squad and Squad XL models.
The Inland universal insert is compatible with the I/O MAG and Project models.
This season Smith have introduced the I/O MAG. Using 16 weatherproof, premium-grade neodymium magnets and a dual locking mechanism, these goggles boast the most secure, most convenient lens fitting and swapping of any design available today.
Smith MAG technology enables you to quickly adapt to varying light conditions on the snow with the confidence of lens security. Combined with the benefits of contrast-boosting ChromaPop lens technology, you'll never be caught out by the weather again!
When you see more, you can do more. Smith's proprietary ChromaPop lens technology enhances clarity and natural colour to let you effortlessly see more detail. Compared to traditional lenses, ChromaPop gives more detail over a wider range of conditions.
Greater detail in vision gives you the advantage needed to perform confidently and have more fun. Each of Smith's condition-specific ChromaPop lenses is available in different coloured mirror finishes, meaning you're not confined to just one style!
Through Smith's proprietary ChromaPop™ lens technology, you can see detail and colour beyond normal capabilities. ChromaPop™ filters light at two specific wavelengths. By doing this the lens delivers greater definition, more natural colour, and unmatched clarity to allow you to see more detail. With just one ChromaPop™ lens you experience enhanced definition across a greater range of conditions than with traditional lenses.
Perfect for bright weather, the eye-catching mirrors over a grey base eases the harsh glare of high elevation sun while helping the eyes see more detail in terrain.
Suited for a range of conditions, enhances every undulation of snow so you get more out of every moment. Perfect for changeable weather.
Tuned to bring the most out of an environment when the storm moves in and the lights go out. Optimize contrast even on the worst days, so you can stay out longer.