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The case hold the IOX fine, its the straps for the spare lens that doesnt work properly, as you can see in the photo, the straps dont fit at all. This is not a big deal but more of a convenience factor.
The case itself is great at protecting your goggles. The vents in the bottom do help it to dry out nicely after putting wet goggles in it. The case did stand up well to being packed during the trip and then in the pack with the spare lens during the day on the mountain. I have IOX's and the goggles fit just fine in the case. As the other person wrote the straps inside the case to hold spare lenses do NOT fit the IOX lens but they still fit fine in there, I recommend using the bag for the goggle in the case and then you wont have to worry about the spare lenses hitting the lenses on the goggle.... 4 stars only because the straps dont work for the IOX
Will a pair of the new I/O X fit into this case? I know they are a little bit bigger and I would like to get a case for them that I know fits correctly.... Thanks
I never wanted to buy a helmet to ski in my whole life. After just missing my head smashing into a tree in the woods of sugarbush I realized it was time. After doing my research I picked the Smith Variant Brim. First off the helmet looks pretty good which put me at ease because I always associated helmets with gapers. It feels even better, the BOA system really sinches down around your head and it fits great! As for warmth it is amazing. I was in zero degree weather and had the vents wide open. It really holds heat in well and does vent great when needed. I have already recommended this helmet to my friends!