With Smith's Squad and 4D MAG goggles, you'll wonder what took you so long to upgrade.
Picture this: You've spent the better part of three hours trekking, hiking, traversing, skinning and trudging to get to that hidden stash of powder known only to the locals that's reliable for days after a storm. It's your Shangri La, the type of place you wait all summer to get back out to. You're finally there — gloves on, strapped in and goggles down. Only to realize your old, leaky, scratched up goggles aren't really cutting it for what they were designed to do; catastrophe. Fortunately, you can avoid this situation and upgrade now to some of the best ski and snowboard goggles on the market from Smith Optics. Whether you're into a spherical or cylindrical look, Smith makes options for both with some of the most advanced optics tech you can get in a goggle.
For a Cylindrical Look
The Smith Squad Mag has the look of a classic ski goggle, but is packed with modern tech. Take for instance the Carbonic-x lens, which is designed for optimal clarity and impact resistance without compromising ventilation. And if you find yourself putting in a good workout when you're on your way to the powder stash, the 5X™ anti-fog inner lens will keep you from fogging up. But the crown jewel is Smith's proprietary ChromaPop™ lens, that enhances contrast and natural color to make sure you can pick out subtle nuances in the snow. And should you find yourself needing to change lenses quickly, the MAG™ lens change system makes use of (as its name suggests) magnet to make the process quick and easy.
For a Wider Field of View
If you haven't seen Smith's 4D mag in person, you're missing out. Not only is its appearance striking (thanks to the BirdsEye Vision™ tech where the bottom edge tapers down toward the face), but it also offers some of the best field of vision you can get in a ski goggle. The technology significantly increases your downward peripheral vision which in turn can help improve your performance on the slopes. Add to that the Smith MAG™ and ChromaPop™ features discussed above, two lenses (one bright light and one low light) and a goggle hard case and it's hard to imagine what more you could want.