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Every step of the way Smith have strived to push the boundaries of what is possible, integrating performance and style for those seeking both. Not everything Smith do is for everyone, but those who speak the universal language of genuine stoke know that Smith make the great days better.
In 1965 Dr. Bob Smith, a dentist by trade, made the first goggle with 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.
Smith’s Aerocore shell technology delivers ventilation and impact protection in tandem using a unique honeycomb-like structure. Aerocore is available in Smith’s leading helmets, including the all-new Level and women’s Liberty designs.
Our Smith range features models at every price point, meeting every demand and taste with shapes and styles for men, women and children. These helmets pair up perfectly with our range of Smith goggles. Check them out here!
Not all helmets are created equal.
Koroyd provides superior impact absorption, design flexibility, and ventilation when compared to materials traditionally used in helmet construction.
By utilizing crumple-zone cylinders that crush uniformly on impact, Koroyd manages energy more efficiently with less volume than any other protection material on the market.
Unlike traditional protection materials, Koroyd cylinders absorb and convert more kinetic energy, while increasing air flow and reducing overall weight.
Helmets and goggles working as a fully integrated system.
For Smith’s helmet line, the most important factor in integration is the AirEvac ventilation system. This is the bridge that allows goggles and helmets to function as one system, venting warm, moist air away from the goggles, through the helmet climate control system and ultimately away from the head.
Goggles fog when standard helmets trap warm, moist air in the goggle chamber. Smith’s AirEvac ventilation systems generate maximum airflow that pulls warm, fog-causing air out of the goggle. The warm air is allowed to exhaust out of the top of the goggle and begin its path through the helmet’s AirEvac system.