Do you remember the first time you skied? It changed your life. Give your little grommet a pair of high-quality Smith Gambler Junior Series Goggles and treat him or her to that same amazing experience. The Gambler was designed with many of the same features that the big-boy goggles brag about to protect your little one’s eyes and make day one on the slopes a happy memory for life.
- Dual lens resists fogging
- Helmet and eyeglass compatible for Junior’s safety
- Hypo-allergenic face foam to eliminate irritation
- Smaller frame for a smaller head
- Tapered Carbonic-X lens with hydrophobic coating is distortion-free and stays cleaner than uncoated lenses
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hey, we need transparent lens to wear...
hey, we need transparent lens to wear during twilight time and in the evening, it the oneprecent fits for it?
Bought these for my two kids (aged 6.5 and 9). They loved them!! Kept them on all day without complaining and they didn't fog up at all. Worked well in both foggy conditions and full sunshine. Happy kids equals happy parents!!!
My son is six years old and he is...
My son is six years old and he is wearing glasses. Does this google fit him with his own glasses? if not, which one you suggest?
Yes, it will do okay. However, the Smith Challenger OTG's are designed for wearing over glasses, here is the link:
Smith Junior Gambler 'Neon Green'
Bought these for my 4 yr old online at DF. At the time, I was worried they would arrive & be too large for him - fit was fine. He loved the colour! Was excited his Gambler green goggles matched his dad's Smith Stance Horrorgami green goggles. Green frames stood out well amongst his little ski school mates.
My average-sized 8-year-old daughter needed new goggles (old ones were getting scratched up, a little small). These are great goggles for her, although I wouldn't recommend for kids much smaller than her age. They are borderline too big, but I know they'll work next year and beyond. Very nice quality, and one thing I LOVE that wasn't mentioned in the product info is they have a sticky seam on the back of the strap that helps the goggles stay put on their helmet (no slipping and sliding off). The lens also works well for our needs (we got the pink goggle with ignitor lens, which seems to work fine in overcast/snow conditions).
I have a small face so I ordered these kids goggles. They fit great. Haven't used them on the slopes yet, but plan to soon. I love the design as well.