Fogged-up goggles are a thing of the past.
A polarized lens highlights the natural terrain with unmatched clarity but, if becomes too foggy, it's useless. That's why the Smith Phenom Turbo Fan Polarized Goggle features a two-speed micro-fan on top of the flexible frame: to send the warm air your body (or a storm) creates out and circulate fresh, cool air in. The result is a clear view of the skin track above you, the safe route through a glacier, and the landing zone below a cliff.
- Two-setting, micro-electronic fan on the top of the frame circulates fresh air and draws moisture out for ultimate fog reduction—run the low setting in normal conditions, then crank it to high during a backcountry tour or heavy pow-sesh
- Carbonic-X lens with TLT Optics has a spherical shape that mimics the shape of your eye to eliminate distortion and open your peripheral view—premium scoutability for lines and possible hazards
- Vaporator Lens Technology—a dual-layer lens with a Porax Filter to keep the moisture out and prevent fogging
- Urethane frame flexes with each facial movement to enhance comfort—shape seamlessly fuses with your Smith helmet
- DriWix dual-layer face foam features a soft backing layer at the frame and a supple fleece lining against your face to absorb sweat and wick it away
- Small battery pack on the side of the strap keeps weight near the goggle frame
- Silicon backing keeps the adjustable, quick-clip strap stuck to your helmet or hat
- Compatible with the ODS2 prescription corrective eyewear solution kit (sold separately)—snaps into place on the bridge of goggle frame for a seamless fit
- Soft microfiber bag included
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with this goggle would the heavy batter...
with this goggle would the heavy batter pack keep the goggles falling off all the time when you are doing some big jumps or spins or something? plus what other goggles would you recommend for a non fog polarized goggles?
The battery and fan add very little weight and are barely noticeable. These are a great polarized goggle if you tend to run hot and have fogging issues.
These are great goggles, but if there is something to break?
I got a pr of the new SHRED Stupefy goggles with the polarized lenses and they are awesome. No fog and the best lens's I've had!