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Engineered for superior helmet and eyeglass compatibility, the Prophecy's minimalist design provides clean styling and superior anti-fog performance. Reliefs in the temple area make room for eyeglasses while interior volume maximizes fog prevention.
The Smith Prophecy Snow Goggles are made for the people that wear eyeglasses & ski at the same time. Coming with a medium/large fit, these goggles fit mid to large-sized faces. Spherical, Carbonic-X Lens with TLT Optics are, as everyone on the planet knows, the best lens any currency on Earth can buy. The articulating outrigger positioning system is a feature that allows limited movement where the strap is attached to the goggle frame... making these goggles ultra comfortable. The Thermal Lens Technology in the patented Regulator lens blends nicely with the adjustable lens ventilation & Porex™ Filter to make great days better by keeping the moisture out of the inside of the goggle. The ultra-wide, silicone backed strap will keep you confident your goggles will stay over your eyes, no matter how corked your 9 is. QuickFit Strap Adjustment System with clip buckle makes adjustments super quick and easy. The Dual-layer, DriWix face foam is so comfortable, you may forget you're wearing goggles. Helmet & eyeglass compatible, you can keep it appealing and safe. These goggles even come with a microfiber goggle bag.
Extra lenses not included.
The Smith Prophecy snow goggles feature lenses that are great for low to medium light, effective anti-fog venting and a soft, comfortable fit for a full day of hard-charging fun in the snow.
Made in USA.
Designed for superior compatibility with helmets and eyeglasses the Prophecy sports a clean minimal design. While the self adjusting outriggers and thin profile make the Prophecy feel almost seamless integrated into helmets the temple reliefs provide room for eyeglass arms. A floating foam membrane and dual layer DriWix face foam make comfortable seal and when combined with the Vaporator lens with Porex filter create a strong thermal barrier manage fog prevention whether or not you need to wear glasses. For the best possible optics and durability the Prophecy uses a Spherical Carbonic-X lens for a large field of vision and scratch resistance with TLT optics, a taper profile to the sides of the lens, to eliminate optical distortion increasing peripheral vision. The Prophecy even has interchangeable hop up parts to allow you to customize your pair so no one will look like you.
with Clip Buckle.
|Additional Info:||Helmet and Eyeglass Compatible|
|Additional lenses included:||No|
|Black - Ignitor Mirror:||35% Visual Light Transmission (VLT)|
|Black - Red Sol X Mirror:||17% Visual Light Transmission (VLT)|
|Feature:||Patented Vaporator Lens Technology with Porex™ Filter|
|Floating Foam Membrane:||Eliminates Eyeglass Temple Pressure|
|Foam:||Dual-Layer DriWix Face Foam|
|Frame:||Helmet and Eyeglass Compatible|
|Frame Width:||174 mm|
|Graphite - Ignitor Mirror:||35% Visual Light Transmission (VLT)|
|Irie Cinch - Green Sol X Mirror:||15% Visual Light Transmission (VLT)|
|Irie Cinch - Red Sensor Mirror:||60% Visual Light Transmission (VLT)|
|Lens:||Spherical, Carbonic-X Lens with TLT Optics|
|Lens Height:||74 mm|
|Lens Width:||94 mm|
|Lens tint:||100 percent|
|Light transmission:||100 percent|
|Lime - Green Sol X Mirror:||15% Visual Light Transmission (VLT)|
|Regulator Adjustable Venting:||open for circulation when standing in line, close on the hill to prevent watery eyes|
|Sensor Mirror lens:||70% VLT for low light conditions|
|Strap:||Ultra-Wide, Silicone Backed Strap|
|Ventilation:||Patented Regulator adjustable lens ventilation|
|Smith Prophecy Snowboard Goggles||$110.00|
Much like joh4203932, I too wear glasses under these and the fit is fantastic. I also wear a Smith helmet so the interface between the two is great (imagine that). I have the sensor mirror lenses in these and they are so great for all conditions, except for blindingly bright days. On a heavy snow day I was in the parking lot with my girlfriend and she made mention of the bad visibility. I told her I could see fine and then handed her my goggles. "I F@#$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.
Great goggle. I got the One Percenter style with the Red Sol X lens. Fit: wore it over a Smith Variant Brim helmet, strap was plenty long enough and goggle didn't squeeze my face. Also, no gapper gap. Size: bigger goggle, good if you have a larger face. Lens: Didn't fog up at all. Skied hours in deep pow and trees over four days, 25 degrees outside and never had an issue with fogging. Lens color: Great for sunny days, not for flat light.
I have been a fan of the IO and IOX version of Smith goggles because of their minimal frame but after getting a pair of these I was surprised by how much I like them. The frame is not bulky and very comfortable on my face and the ventilation is great, keeping them from fogging up.
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
I don't wear glasses but I still love the fit on these goggles. They have a low profile so they don't look like goggles made for glasses. Thees are my 5th pair of Prophecies I have yet to find anything that works better for a big face.
Was trying to find a pair of goggles that fit over my glasses and these turned out to be the best w/o being chunky and gimicky. Still slightly tight over the glasses, but that is more a function of my glasses than the goggles.
I wear rimless glasses so easy air flow around the lenses may contribute to a goggle/glasses combi that never fog whether I am AT skiing in a blizzard, pow blowing over my face or face planting. Have yet to fog them up.
Here is me shreddin at Alta, UT with my Smith Prophecy's. Smith goggles typically work seamlessly with Smith helmets (I'm wearing the older version of the Variant). Lenses are very easy to pop in and out. Smith all day errry day!