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When your little one starts ripping, foggy goggles can ruin a ski day in a hurry. The Smith Gambler Junior Series Goggle takes grown-up technology and puts it in a youth-sized package. Dual Thermal Lens Technology keeps lenses fog-free for all-day fun. The Gambler is helmet- and eyeglass-compatible for fuss-free days on the hill. Smith’s Youth Fit is designed to fit faces six and over.

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My daughter had the perfect pair of Smith...

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My daughter had the perfect pair of Smith Googles that fit her perfect with the POC helmet however, she lost it last night. I tried many different goggles a couple weeks ago at a ski resort but nothing fit her, including all the newer (and limited selection of the ) smith line of items. Is there a one that you can recommend?

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Do you know which POC helmet she's using? I can take a look and see what models might go best with it. These Gamblers should work great, they don't have too round of a frame to interfere with the shape of the helmet.

I am looking to get my 4 y/o goggles. Are...

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I am looking to get my 4 y/o goggles. Are these good for her?? Smith Gambler Junior Series Goggles - Youth

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These are probably going to still run a bit big at age 4. If you look at the goggles labeled "kids'" instead of "youth", you'll see a ton of options that are more likely to fit a younger child. I have the Giro Grade goggles for my 3 year old and if I had it to do over I'd probably try out the options from Electric or Dragon.

4 5

Great goggles

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

My 8 year old and 10 year old both used these. And they LOVED them. Great on really cold, snowy days and mild, sunny days. Good for kids.

4 5

Got the job done!

They worked great on the slopes. Just make sure that your little one doesn't pull up their neck gator too close to the goggles or they will tend to fog up. This happened to my son but once he pulled the gator down a little they were fine! He had the red with mirror lens and they look awesome!

5 5

2 pair of goggles

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

I bought 2 pair of goggles for my grandchildren. They will be skiing with us for the first time this winter. They each loved their goggles so much they had to put them on and wear them for a little while. The fit is good and the different colors can distinguish one from the other.

4 5

Durable & Functional

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

My 8 year old son loves these goggles. They are made of a stiffer plastic so they don't twist and are easy to grab and pull on/off his helmet and they stay mostly fog free when wearing for extended periods.

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Trying to find out which of the Smith...

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Trying to find out which of the Smith Jr/youth goggles have replaceable lenses?


5 5

She loves them!

I bought these in the pink for my 6yr old daughter and she absolutely loved them! Fits really well with a helmet too. I was a little concerned about the quality when I ordered them, but the first day she used them put all those concerns to rest. Great goggle.

5 5


My son (10 years old boy) loved these goggles. No complaints.

Write your question here...Do the goggles...

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Write your question here...Do the goggles have a tear off?

is the lense of decent quality in terms...

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is the lense of decent quality in terms of keeping out UV and protecting the kids eyes?

What age group are these goggles for?

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What age group are these goggles for?

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There isn't really a set range, but I'd guess about 7 to 15.. it really just depends on how they fit the kid's face, so it's different for everyone.

4 5

Nice kids' goggles

My 9 year old son likes these well enough. They are a bit firmer so that the lens does not readily pop out as occurred with another pair I had purchased previously.

5 5

Solid kids goggles

Good middle of the road lenses - not too dark not too light. Lots of adjustability in the strap which has a very grippy inside for use with hoods and helmets. Good seal on even the smallest faces. Works equally well over a hat, hood or helmet (Giro Slingshot). Fog hasn't been an issue and durability seems right up there with adult products. Pretty good price too.

5 5

New to me

I just bought these goggles and they look and feel awesome so I would suggest these to any beginner or expert snowboarder.

What is the difference between the RC36...

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What is the difference between the RC36 lense and the regular lense? Thank you!

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The clear lenses have very little tint and are best for night use. The R36 lenses combine rose and copper tints to allow for glare reduction and improved contrast/depth perception. The R36s are best for sunny or mild snowy days on the slopes.