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I use Smith's I/O goggles with my Variant Brim and I can rest my goggles on top of the brim. However, if i start a bumpy run or shake my head quickly, they might fly back. My Smith Prodigy goggles do the same. I wear my helmet 12hrs a day while I am working and my goggles rest up there when it gets dark. Angus said it best when he wrote, "keep them balanced".

The I/O goggles and the Variant Brim helmet were made to be together. A marriage made in heaven. The Bee's Knees. No gapper hole between the helmet/goggle. Yes, the Prodigy fits killer too, but the I/O makes you look like a fighter pilot, which IMO is sweet. I'd recommend buying the Platinum Mirror lens and if Smith were smart, they'd make a polarized lens too! (Are you listening Smith??)

If Smith still sells their polarized lens for this goggle, that would be your best bet. Sure it costs the most, but once you go polarized, you never go back. Say flat-light conditions exist, you wouldnt be able to see that catwalk cutting across the trail until its too late... Sensor mirror is great in flat-light, no doubt. Polarized is great for sunny days or if you hate glare. Personally, I rock my Prodigy Polarized on sunny days, and switch to my Smith I/O's for everything else (yellow, sensor,ignitor, platinum, clear)