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Limits are made for pushing.

The Smith IOX Interchangeable Goggles push the limits of what goggles can do. Huge peripherals and fog-free vision are packed in with unique space-age style. When you're dropping from the summit, these techy lenses auto-adapt to altitude changes to stop fog ups. Plus, when you're chatting up that hot thing at the midway bar, the I/OX are sure to mesmerize.

  • Seamless helmet integration makes your helmet and your goggles one streamlined unit
  • Spherical Carbonic-X lens with TLT optics are individually molded to offer you a clear, distortion-free view
  • Vaporator Lens Technology uses a Porex filter and a silicone seal to adjust to air pressure and prevent fogging
  • Quick-release lens system lets you swap out lenses at lighting-fast speeds
  • 5X anti-fog inner lens has a hydrophilic, micro-etched surface to stop fog before it can even start
  • Frameless design throws down with wide, unrestricted peripheral vision
  • Triple-layer DriWix face foam with fleece lining creates a smooth seal with your face and is insanely soft
  • Ultra-wide silicone-coated strap with QuickFit strap adjustment holds these goggles to your head
  • Microfiber goggle bag has a replacement lens sleeve to safely get your goggles to and from the mountain

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5 5

Rad Goggs

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Absolutely love these goggs. The frame is big, but not overwhelming. Field of vision is fantastic and the lens change is a breeze (though I usually just run the red sol-x all the time). Venting is on point, and fogging only occurs if your sweating buckets in the cold, not unlike any goggle ever made... The lens varieties are on point, and will surely treat your eyeballs correct. Work great with helmets, I run mine with the Maze or the Gage, and there are no fit issues.

5 5

Top Gun

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Excellent goggles with no complaints. The lens swap is the easiest of any interchangeable goggle I've used. I also have the Vantage helmet, and these fit perfectly with it. When wearing the blackout lens, my friends all say I look like a fighter pilot! Flying through the snow, I kind of feel like one too.

Lens reflection in the Tordrillos, AK

Lens reflection in the Tordrillos, AK

Reflection shot during a break from heli-ski in the Tordrillos, Alaska.

brrr dude

brrr dude

I/OX with blue sensor mirror (my favorite lens) and Holt helmet on a cold day at the bird.

Snow everywhere but my eyes

Snow everywhere but my eyes

Just had a sick pow day and was sending waves up on every turn. Choking on the fluff as I made my way down I ended the day with snow everywhere but in my eyes.

5 5

Awesome goggle

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great optics, amazing field of view, no fogging...its hard to ask for much more!!!

Awesome goggle
Extra Red Sensor Mirror Lens

Extra Red Sensor Mirror Lens

Started off great in low light conditions, once it got sunny and my eyes adjusted they didn't do too terrible either.

5 5

Second to none.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Goggles have the widest field of vision on the market, never fog up, and the best/easiest lens change system you'll come across . What more do you need?

5 5

Awesome Product

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love the visibility I get using these goggles. I switched over from a cheap pair of anons and boy what a difference! I love the blue sensor lense for the low light conditions we get over here in Vermont. I'm excited to use the red sensor mirror later this spring! I have had the occasional fog issues but it hasn't really been a problem. Overall I definitely recommend these!

2 5

issues

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

I purchased two of these, one for myself and one for my wife. They worked really well at first but began to fog up throughout the weekend skiing in Deer Valley. The fog is between the lenses, on both pairs of lenses that came with each pair of goggles. I think Smith will replace them as its some kind of defect with the lenses, but its a little disappointing to have this issue right off the bat. I'll contact Smith and update this review once I hear more from them.

Responded on

It's been covered and may not be your problem; but, the scenario you described will always occur if goggles are not dried and stored properly between use. Back to back ski days will not work if goggles are left in a vehicle, ski bag or other location overnight where they cannot dry properly. If not applicable to your case ...this should at least be a PSA to all goggle users who don't know.

5 5

Dig 'em.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Got these after years of using cheapo goggles, and I'm definitely sold. The field of vision's great, the lenses are easy to swap once you get the hang of it, and they work well with Smith helmets, although I can't speak to compatibility with other brands. I've used them in a bunch of unusually-warm-and-soggy Utah days, and haven't had any problems with fog at all.

IOX Lenses

IOX Lenses

Lenses starting at top going clockwise:

Red Sol-X Mirror VLT 18%
Red Sensor Mirror VLT 60%
Clear VLT 84%
RC36 VLT 36%
VLT stands for Visible Light Transmitted and is the percentage of visible light transmitted through the glass when the sun shines at right angles to the surface of the glass.

Example; a lens with a VLT of 15% allows that much of the visible light to pass through the lens and reach your eye (it blocks 85% of the light).

Responded on

Complete List of Lenses and VLT %:

http://www.smithoptics.com/products/#/Snow+Goggles/Snow+Goggle+Replacement+Lenses/IOX+Replacement+Lenses/view/

5 5

No Fog

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I used these the other day on a winter hut bike trip, and about 9 miles of it was uphill, we were sweating like crazy! Zero fog, I was amazed. Great fit, great design, all around thumbs up.

5 5

Awesome. Enough said.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are sick! Buy them.

I love these. They are the best goggles I've had in a long time and have replaced my I/Os and Crowbars. I've had no issues with fogging at all which seems like a recurring theme nor do I get any snow sticking to them in powder like I used to get with my Crowbars. It seems like Smith has nailed it on the head with these.

Get them. Do it.

Oh and they're ridiculously comfy even for someone with a fairly narrow head like myself...

3 5

Good w a Smith helmet. Average by itself

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got these at the same time I got a Smith Vantage helmet. The pair fits well together.

As for the goggle, it has pros and cons. Good value that it comes with two lenses. I've not had fogging issues, but I take it off when I'm skinning up. The fit is comfy on my face and the field of view is good, but a little limited looking down to my feet. No issues with field of view to the sides and straight ahead. I don't like the clip mechanism on the strap; i feel like it's not very secure and one day i'll have lost them.

Nice goggle. Probably not head and shoulders above whatever else is out there.

2 5

They fog on the best days

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have had these for at least 2 years now, and I generally ski 3-4 days a week. The IOXs are comfortable and stylish, and they work well for me on sunny bluebird days. Unfortunately, if it's a powder day or often if it's just moderately snowing, these goggles fog like crazy.

I don't know what it is, and I know most people don't seem to have problems, but in less than an hour of skiing, a strip of fog consistently appears at the top of the lens and then steadily works down until the entire thing is fogged. They fog so badly that water is literally dripping down the inside of the lenses. I have tried cleaning the inside and outside with a mild soap, but the problems continue. I tend to run pretty warm, and when the snow is good, I'll spend a fair amount of time on sidecountry lines that require short hikes. If I leave the goggles on, my face burns and the goggles fog. If I take them off, the moisture that has already started to accumulate freezes. Yesterday was an amazing day in Steamboat, and the IOXs were fully fogged in just over an hour of in-bounds skiing. I wear a Smith Vantage helmet which should integrate perfectly. Maybe when there's enough powder or falling snow the vents on the top of goggles clog up and don't allow air to flow, but this seems like a pretty dumb design flaw for a pair of ski goggles. I can't figure out what the issue is, but it really sucks when a pair of $175 goggles are what frequently fail me on the best days of skiing. I like Smith, but I'll have to look into other goggles from now on.

Also, being able to buy extra lenses to swap out is a great system, but it doesn't matter if the replacement lenses are always out of stock. Right now, there is only one available IOX lens on backcountry, and 8 out of the 12 possible lenses on the Smith site are out of stock. This seems to be the case whenever I look to buy a new lens.

Responded on

I'm with you on this, was in Vermont in January. First handful of runs were great, no fogging and crystal clear. Eventually, same issue, fogging started at the top and moved its way down the goggle. Couldn't see anything, eventually had to take it off and let my eyes freeze from the cold.

5 5

Smith is Number 1

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought these goggles for the 2013-2014 season and they have performed flawlessly. Not only do they provide the best and largest viewing angle they provide greater clarity while on the slopes. With absolutely no fogging issues at all. I bought the Irie Rocker style and it fits perfectly into my Smith Vantage helmet. They fit very comfortably on my face and look awesome too. I don't think you can buy a better looking and better performing goggle. Smith is by far leading the industry.