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Smith's Fuse Regulator Series Goggles with a Mirror Lens—medium fit, maximum style.

Thanks to unique graphics on the frame and strap, and a sleek Mirror Lens, the Smith Fuse Regulator Series Goggles give you stand-out style and a glare-free view of the slopes. The Fuse Regulator Goggles' frame has an angular look and fits medium size faces. Open the front vents and prevent fogging on your hardcore hikes in the backcountry or as you work up a sweat on the hill. The Fuse Regulator Goggles' strap connects to the frame with a lever, so the strap creates a secure, comfortable fit whether you're wearing a helmet or just a ski hat. The Mirror Lens on these Smith goggles enhances your depth perception on the slopes. See the sizing chart to find more info on the mirror lens tints.

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5 5

Rock out with your gogs out

These goggles are tops. For girls with small/medium heads, and small features, these babies will hug your face like your ballet warmers hug your legs. The price can't be beat, and they look great too! With the interchangeable lense, you really can't go wrong.

Only real down side is that they're not so great with multi-sport helmets like the Bern Berkley. While the Berkley comes equipped with a goggle clip, I find the Fuse lense shape is quite restricting and hits the sides of the helmet. This of course, causes a slight discomfort on the bridge of your nose.

All in all...out of all my gogs, I reach for these the most. Hell, I wear them at home when I'm just wishin' for snow...

Rock out with your gogs out

How well do these do in flat light? Also...

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How well do these do in flat light? Also I am seeing mixed reviews on how easily these fog does anyone know?

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I've been using a pair with the Platinum Mirror lense for a few years now skiing in the Northwest in a lot of flat light and they've done fine. A lighter lense like the Ignitor Mirror would do better in flat light than my Platinums too. Also, if you're hiking a bunch with your goggles up on your hat or something, yeah they will fog, but I ski aggressively lap after lap and mine very rarely fog.

4 5

bombshell

I've had these goggles with the RC36 lenses for 4 years and have not had a single problem. Ive been in so many conditions with them, from raining to super deep pow heli-skiing, and had very few problems. THe only downside is they fog fairly easily, so keep them in an outside pocket when hiking or riding the lift.

5 5

strait ballin

sweet goggles 100% balla. they do not fog even when you are hiking in plus 10. sweet price worth it fur shur

4 5

The goods

These googles are sick. Then the fact that they come with an extra lens is pretty sweet. The only down part is the smith emblem on the front top came off, but that might have been from the hard crash. Tested under hard conditions and still good.

5 5

amazing

i had oakleys before this that kept fogging, found these here for $50 of the oakleys and theses are about 90% doesnt fog at all and when other goggles frost they dont because the temperature inside is so warm. I'd definitely recommend for any level skier/boarder great graphics and the mirrored lens is insane.

1 5

FOGGLES

I bought a pair of these and exchanged them because the goggles kept fogging between the lenses. The second pair started fogging between the lenses the third day out! I emailed smith and they wanted me to send in my old lens with a warranty card. Wait 4 weeks for a new lens... LAME!! I bought some Oakleys.. $40 bucks more but way better! I would say If you're going to ski more then 30 days a year, don't buy Smith!!

3 5

needs a porex filter.

not a bad goggle, fits well, good clarity. But it's not a phenom or prodigy. Compared to the spherical lens with the porex filter, the Fuse fogs easily. if you have issues with Fogging, spend the extra dough for the porex filter.

1 5

Can't see at all!!!!!!!

I hate these goggles I have never had a pair that sucked this bad and I have been riding for 17yrs. They fog up fast and defog in about an hour.... When you go fast your eyes water and I can't see at all. I wish I could return them and get my money back!! The only brand I will buy is a pair of O's I have had them since back in the day and I tried to make a switch to try something new and that was a dumb move!!! can I have my money back PLEASE???

5 5

Denim Snowboard pants

Looks real denim pants! and handsome price!

5 5

Great Lens!

It's all-round player. I can use this goggle all day, all condition!
I like this ignite mirror!

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True that!

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True that!

5 5

Great Goggles

I have a medium/large-sized, round face and these goggles fit me great. The optics are crisp and clear and I never have to worry about fog. They even fit well with my helmet.

5 5

fit my face good

I love the look of the smith goggles and the phenoms just do not fit my face very well. These fit my face really well. The only other goggles that i have found that fit my face this perfect are electrics. Stoked that I found some smiths that fit my face great!