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Nobody likes a whiteout that exists within their own goggles. Smith goggles, including the Phenoms, do have a great venting system that lets hot air escape easily, which works especially well when you’re downhill skiing/riding, and your gogs are getting plenty of cool, refreshing airflow. But if you really want to amp up your ventilation during sweat-inducing aerobic activity, you should look into the Smith Phenom Turbo Fan Goggle. It has a tiny, quiet, battery-operated fan inside the goggle, and paired with Smith’s standard anti-fog lens, this fan keeps things super-fresh and clear even when you’re hot and sweaty. (You turn the fan on with a simple switch on the goggle’s elastic band.) You’re pretty much guaranteed to not have a fogging problem, and if you’re worried about the fan breaking down at all, remember that Smith (and Backcountry) will back it up with a lifetime warranty.

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This dress is adorable. I had to iron it to make the front smooth out properly, but once I did that, it looked just right. Wore it with grey leggings, boots, and a cardigan to a nice dinner.


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I adore this sweater (it's more of a sweater/hoody than a jacket) and have gotten compliments each time I've worn it. My only complaint is that the sleeves are a little too short for my lanky arms. Not that I'm a mutant--I'm 5'7" and slender, but my arms are fairly long, and I've had to just roll the sleeves up to 3/4 length to make it look intentional. Other than that, the design is adorable and original, and you'll love it.