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This may seem like a dumb question, but are these goggles still good if you don't wear glasses? Or any better recommendations
May 16, 2011
goggles designed for eyeglasses usually are just a bit taller, wider, and stand farther out to accomadate. smith makes a great goggle. face fitment is a big deal. if you can try the to test fit many differnt brands and models to find what is comfortable and gives a good viewing field.
By: Tim Bohlken
June 2, 2011
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December 9, 2011
awesome goggles made to integrate with the ods 2 rx adapter can't even tell its there best friggin goggle ever if you dont wear contacts and prefer a lens like i do this is top notch no fogging totally integrated and designed into the goggle smith did it right
November 27, 2011
Much like joh4203932, I too wear glasses under these and the fit is fantastic. I also wear a Smith helmet so the interface between the two is great (imagine that). I have the sensor mirror lenses in these and they are so great for all conditions, except for blindingly bright days. On a heavy snow day I was in the parking lot with my girlfriend and she made mention of the bad visibility. I told her I could see fine and then handed her my goggles. "I F@#$ing hate you" was her response upon looking through them.... she now owns a pair with the same lenses as well.
Great fit (larger face), glasses compatibility, and fantastic optics. Smith knows what they're doing when it comes to making great goggles.
January 22, 2011
I just picked up a pair of these with sensor lenses. The lenses are fantastic. We went up to Brighton on an overcast day and I put them on and it was like the equivalent of an HD flatscreen versus an tube television. Everything was clear and the terrain was easy to read. I let my wife look through them and her response was "oh my god... you f*cking suck." She is going to be buying a pair this week...
Perfect interface with my Smith Variant brim helmet. No fogging issues. Clean look. Love these goggles. I still use my Dragon Mace goggles on bright sunny days. The sensor lens is almost too intense.
January 19, 2011
The Smith prophecy goggles are sick. They fit well over my glasses and I DO NOT have wire frames. So they do allow room for bigger frames to fit. Fogging is rare but not non-existent. i I have the sensor mirror lens. It works well for me in any light condition, from sunny days to night riding. Plus they look awesome.
February 3, 2011
I bought these on a Thursday. On a Friday I collided with a friend of mine (who I could see perfectly out of the spherical lens, the crash was his fault, not mine, I was in the air) at 45+. I hit him then the ground with my big fat face that the Prophecy's fit nicely. I got a pretty good black eye, and some attention from the ladies, but what I was really concerned with was how my sick looking new goggles had handled the wreck...
Not a scratch on the frame or lens! These things went to bat for me, actually I was the one that felt like I was hit with a bat, but they protected my face, and still look fresh to death!
I have a top offering from almost every goggle company out there, and every time I put on my Smith Prophecy's I think, "why can't the optics in all my goggles be like this?"
Smith's are just better!