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Snow-glare has nothing on the Phenoms.

Pull on the Smith Phenom Goggles with a Polarized Lens and ski all season without getting squinting-induced headaches and strained eyes. The polarized lens reduces glare off the snow on bluebird and partly cloudy days, so you don't have red eyes and a splitting headache by the last chair. The Phenom Goggles' front lens ventilation system slides open to let air in when you're booting up the hill. The goggle strap creates a snug fit whether you're wearing a brain bucket or not, and these Smith goggles' custom painted frame adds unique detail.

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3 5

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The goggles look great, and seem to be well-constructed. However, I had to return them as they are extremely small, and would not fight over my rather small glasses. Thus the lower score.

Do they have interchangeable lenses?

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I got a pair of these goggles as a gift two seasons ago and they are by far the best goggles I have ever used. They don't fog easily and the vents take care of it pretty quickly when they do. Fit well with a helmet. If your looking to save money though I have seen these on tramdock once or twice if your not in a rush it might be worth waiting for em to pop up.

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One minor problem

Only thing I don't like about the goggles is that they clip in the back. Scared I'm going to lose them. Other than that, good visibility and feel.

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I've had that clip on the back of my goggles for over 5 years now (I've got Triad regulators from Smith). I've NEVER had them come off because of the clip, ever. Including last year during a 100-yard tomahawk down the slope. Goggles stayed on just fine. DON'T stress over the clip- just enjoy the ease of putting the goggles on that it provides. Enjoy!