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No, these are a standard lens, however they still provide for a decent field of view.
By: Jason Kerouac
January 23, 2012
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Yes Jake, the lenses are spherical on these. If you're asking then you know its worth it.
September 20, 2011
'fraid not, try the I/O, or I/Os (for smaller faces) for a dope spherical look.
By: Zach Pina
August 4, 2011
in the picture it shows a little slot at the top of the goggle in the middle... it it actually like that
April 6, 2010
Yeah, that is a sliding lever that controls the lenses ventilation.
By: Cory Guru
April 6, 2010
would these fit a R.E.D. Skycap II large helmet? and also what are each lenses good for?
By: The Bliz Nerd
January 3, 2010
These goggles are helmet compatible so they will fit the R.E.D. helmet. Here is a link to the smith website that gives a description of what each lens is good for.
January 3, 2010
Hey does the Sensor lens work well in sunny conditions too? If not what lens is the most versatile?
December 1, 2009
If you've got the scrilla, fork it up and get the Platinum mirror for the sunshine days. Way easy to switch up the lense and that way you won't have to squint while charging your line
August 10, 2010
I have Fuse and Prodigy goggles with sensor mirror lens. I ride a lot at night so I have the sensor mirror lens, but I've also used these a lot during the day. The lends is excellent at night. I'm not gonna say they 'work well' in sunny conditions, but they'll work. With a 70% vlt rating, they let a fairly large amount of light in. A more versatile lens would maybe be the gold at 42%. However, if you want maximum performance from the lens, I suggest getting the sensor for flat light, low contrast, and night riding, and probably the platinum mirror for brighter days. But the sensor mirror will work during the day :)you just might be squinting a little. hope this helps
December 10, 2009
March 23, 2009
I got the south beach style, which is way cute and versatile for girls, with the ignitor mirror. When I first put them on, it was like I could see better with them on then with no goggles! GREAT visibility, very clear. However, on sunny sunny days I do find myself squinting a bit. I guess the lense is really ideal for in-between days. The other thing is as a female I have a very small face and I was hoping the fit would be better. Air gets through a little bit just sitting on the lifts and on windy days I tear-up a little more than I should. Other than that, great quality goggs...I'd just go for a smaller goggle if you have a very small, narrow face like me!
January 10, 2011
These goggles live up to their namesake. Ultra comfortable and fog-resistant, they provide some sick protection from the elements yet fit my medium-large sized melon extremely well. Looking to get a low-light lens as well, but you really can't go wrong with these.
The Sensor Mirror has a rose pink tint which makes it a versatile low/flat light/night lens.
Other colors you might want to check out are light purple, yellow or clear. Clear gives you the best light transmission but almost no contours, so it works best in parks and such. Yellow gives a lot of contours, but everything looks ... yellow ... when using them. Rose pink and light purple are something in between but with less transmission.
By: Sebastian Hansen
October 22, 2009
November 9, 2010
I've had these goggles for 2 seasons now and I'm still loving them. I go to Whistler/Blackcomb, Grand Targhee, Northstar, and Kirkwood. Unlike other goggles, the comfortable foam on these is the same as when I bought them; comfortable and firm. The Phenoms have been very durable as well. I've taken pretty bad spills and sent these flying many times and still no scratches or broken pieces. They also NEVER fog up. The only times they will is if a good amount of snow gets inside. The ability to close and open the layered lenses helps to keep that to a minimum and easily let them clear up on the lift.
November 21, 2009
Let me start off by saying the sensor mirror is the best non bluebird lens I've used. If there is even a hint of a cloud in the sky I reach for that lens. I had a pair of the prodigy frames and while I loved the lens, the frame didn't fit my smaller face so well. I picked up the phenoms on steep and cheap after reading reviews that the frame was bit smaller. Indeed it is, and it fits my face perfectly. Strange thing is that while the frame fits without any gaps it seems the nose foam is a bit too close to my eyes unless I situate it just right. I also have a pair of Anon Solace goggles that have about the same fit on the face, but the nose foam on the Anon's seems to be trimmer and doesn't require any adjustment to feel right.
December 27, 2009
Really good fit for my medium face, very comfortable with minimal fogging. Have used these with the sensor lens in conditions ranging from fully cloudy & snowing to bluebird and I'd say this lens is great all around, though something that cuts a bit more light would be better for bluebird conditions. Overall I'm very happy with these goggles.
March 5, 2009
I got these goggles (south beach w/ sensor lense) because I had trouble seeing in low light conditions with my anon majestics. They are absolutely amazing! I can see the definitions in the snow better than I can with them off! And they are super comfortable on my face too =)
August 10, 2010
I was sick of switching out my Oakley Crowbar lenses for flat light days and bought these Phenom's on sale with the sensor mirror. Great lowlight goggle lense that allows you to see those sneaky bumps on a cloudy day that might slap you to the ground faster than you can say "sicky steeze". Ef those shady bumps and slap some sensor mirror lenses in your favorite frame!
January 28, 2010
I have a pretty small head and these medium fit goggles fit just great. I also wear a full faced mask and they sit nicely on top but do not squish my nose. I'd recommend getting a different lens or perhaps a lens pack to complete the package. Great ventilation, great sizing, great fun.
January 14, 2009
My first day out at the hill this season i was wearing these and i had to sit in the lodge half the time defrosting them.
They fog up seconds after going outside.
I get about two runs in with them before they defrost. ALSO they crush my nose because it is extremely narrow and the foam around the face lasted 7 days of snowboarding before it peeled off.