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Vision rules.

Welcome to the next evolution of over-the-glasses snow goggles. The Smith I/OX Goggle combines the latest frameless styling with every anti-fogging technology in its arsenal, including the redesigned Elite Turbo Fan. That means your goggles don't fog and your glasses don't fog so you can see all the ladies checking out your fancy modern style. It also means you won't spend another season slamming into trees. The folks at the local ER will miss you.

  • Silent 2-speed anti-fog fan for the ultimate in fog-fighting
  • Medium to large fit for medium to large faces
  • Quick release lens system for easy changes with no scratches
  • Spherical Carbonic-X Lens for clear, distortion-free optics
  • 5X anti-fog inner lens stays clear even during a backcountry hike
  • QuickFit Strap Adjustment system makes it easy to fix the fit on the fly
  • Patented Vaporator lens technology with Porex filter eliminates water vapor before fog can form
  • Ultra-wide silicone backed strap is comfortable and won't slip off your helmet
  • 3-layer DryWix foam for all-day comfort and moisture management
  • OSD2 and eyeglass compatible
  • Includes microfiber goggle bag with replacement lens sleeve
  • Includes 2 mirror lenses

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So I just got a pair of these Smith IOX...

So I just got a pair of these Smith IOX Turbo Fan goggles in the mail and the instructions say 1st button press turns fan on and to high mode, 2nd button press to low fan mode, and holding the button for 3 seconds resets and turns off the fan. Im assuming that means with button presses you could switch between low and high mode and hold the button to turn off? My goggles don't act that way, 1 button press goes high, 2nd low, and 3rd button press turns them of, and 3 second hold doesn't do anything. Is this a defect of my goggles or is this how they all work?

4 5

Great looks, fit well.

Have had fogging problems the last several years with other goggles, and hope these perform as advertised. Got them off season on sale, so have not used them as yet.

5 5

Great pair of goggles

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

Worked like a charm - no fogging

5 5

Loved the gogles

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Just used them once, next week in Kitzbuhel, Austria, but they worked, like a charm, fit perfectly over my glasses and best of all no more fog-up!

3 5

OSD2 adaptor & I/OX fail?

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

Some of us can't wear contacts and we don't want to wear glasses under our goggle (because they fog up and it's uncomfortable). We want prescription inserts! Unfortunately, the options for us are extremely limited. I also must sweat tremendously out of my eyeballs, and have terrible problems with fogging. The only goggle that does any good for me is the Smith Turbo fan goggle. I have a non-I/OX Smith goggle and the lenses are nearly impossible to change without great difficulty. My other Turbo fan goggles also use the Smith adaptor available prior to the OSD2. That adapator sucked! I ended up having to wire it into the goggle so it wouldn't fall out, and I bought a second goggle so I wouldn't have to change lenses. Hauling around two goggles is a pain, though. I thought the OSD2 adaptor would be the solution, since it seemed to be a much better design and I could use one prescription adaptor with both my Smith Pivlock V2 Max sunglasses and my Turbo Fan goggles. But the I/OX goggles sounded like the way to go, since the other Smith goggle lenses are very hard to change. Today the I/OX goggles arrived and the lenses are much easier to change. But the OSD2 adaptor must not fit in the goggle without yet another adaptor. A chat with backcountry said Smith should have that additional adaptor. If not, I guess I'll have to return the goggles. I bought them because of the OSD2 adaptor compatibility (supposedly). I don't understand why someone doesn't make a very simple adaptor that can easily be moved between a solid line of sunglasses and fan goggles. Probably only those of us that can't use contacts and don't want to wear glasses under our goggles understand. But I'd pay big bucks for a system that was truly functional.

Smith IOX

The IOX is the next in series from Smith Optics. Easy interchangeable lenses and the Turbo Fan keeps you happy and clear on the slopes.

Any idea when this goggle will be...

Any idea when this goggle will be available??

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Hey there! Thanks for your question. It's really hard to give a date of when the item will be available for purchase again on the site. Please check back around September 1st for a better estimate, we hope to have the item back in stock in early September. Hope this helps!

Is the turbo fan removable?

Is the turbo fan removable?

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the fan itself is not - integrated into the frame. However, if you wantted(say to shave weight or what not when not needed), you could remove the battery back from the strap and disconnect it from the google. The fan is virtually weightless and tiny. The battery pack is where all the weight and bulk is (and even then, it isn' t much - just two AAA's)

5 5

This is the Mack Daddy Of All Goggles

This I/OX Turbo has a fan that comes from Smith's Elite Military Division. It runs so quiet you cannot hear it. It will exhaust all steamy air that builds up inside of a goggle to keep it fog free. Fits over glasses too!!