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Smith Prodigy

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Sierra Says: The Prodigy appeals to a wide range of riders because it combines anti-fog technologies with a spherical shape and modern style, and does so at a relatively reasonable price.

Smith Says: Aggressive styling accentuates the Prodigy?s performance enhanced design. The Large interior volume provided enhanced field of view and fog prevention.
Lens Definition
Sensor Mirror Lens is a lens with a mirror finish. They are ideal for a person who wants one goggle of storm, sunny and cloudy conditions.
  -Medium Fit/Large Fit
-Spherical, Carbonic –X Lens with TLT Optics
-Painted Vaporator Lend Technology with Portex Filter
-Painted Regular adjustable Lens Ventilation
-Articulating outrigger positioning system
-Interchangeable Hop-up Kits
-Ultra Wide, Silicone Backed Strap
-Quick fit Strap Adjustment System
-Dual Layer, Driwix Face Foam
-Helmet Compatible

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baldclimber
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Location: CA
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Height: 5'8
Weight: 172 lbs
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"Graphite with RC36 lens - best google I've owned!" 5/3/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  Amazing field of view, no fogging, RC36 excellent in medium to bright light, great fit for medium to large faces
  • Cons:  RC36 too dark for very flat light or night riding, poor fit for small faces,

Experience:   I picked these up before a 10 day trip in February, and then used them for the rest of the season. The conditions have been extremely varied. Night riding, heavy snowfall and very low light, fog, all the way to bluebird. The RC36 lens is very good in most conditions except dark days with very flat light and night riding. I wore goggles with clear lenses then instead. They were surprisingly good on bluebird days with no eye strain. They worked well with my Bole helmet with no gaps between them, but the strap could be longer as my helmet is quite large. They fit my medium-sized face very well. No gaps and no pressure points. I have a higher than typical nose bridge (in contrast to Asians with a low nose bridge) which causes them to ride up a bit. They didn't fog up while being worn with a face mask on very cold days unlike any other goggle I've owned. Snowboarders are looking sideways most of the time so a large field of view is a real advantage. I spent a good amount of time trying on every goggle at two local retailers (where I bought them) paying particular attention to the field of view. It's incredible, bigger than anything else that I tried. These are the best googles I've owned but they aren't perfect due to their fit my high nose bridge. I give them 4.5 stars.
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Height: 6'1
Weight: 170 lbs
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"An elite goggle" 3/22/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  Huge viewable, Great Lenses, Very nice fit especially with helmet
  • Cons:  Too big for small faces, Slightly clunky looking,

Experience:   The best goggles I've ever owned. The helmet compatibility is great and they have big spherical lenses that give you a large sight radius. I really have no complaints, the only issue would be that they are too wide for small faces.
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Location: AU
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Height: 6'3
Weight: 168 lbs
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Reviews: 56

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"Smith Prodigy" 3/19/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  Great Peripherals, Never Fog, Big
  • Cons:  none,

Experience:   These goggles are great they fit so good, i love a nice big goggle. They never fog up and they got great vision. Wouldn't mind riding with these forever I don't see anything that could be improved on them
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Location: US
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Height: 5'10
Weight: 175 lbs
getting comfortable
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Reviews: 4

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"Smith Prodigy" 12/24/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  Keeps colors real, Confort,
  • Cons:  Lens easy to scratch,

Experience:   Very good goggles. I am very satisfied by the Prodigy. You definitely need Ignitor Lenses so you can use them under any conditions. The goggles are very comfy and having the clip on the back to put on and off your goggles is very nice especially if you are wearing helmet. Ones again great goggles by Smith.
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Location: US
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Height: 5'4
Weight: 120 lbs
medium features
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Reviews: 7

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"10 out of 10" 6/14/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  great fit, helmet compatible, no fogging
  • Cons:  none,

Experience:   I got these goggles as a present and was actually a bit disappointed because i wanted dragons. Once i put these on though i fell in love, best goggles ever with a helmet but without you look like a bug
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Height: 5'7
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"Feels very Plastic-ish" 5/3/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  controllable vent, looks good,
  • Cons:  plastic hook on straps, google not too flexible,

Experience:   Not a bad google for its price, but not for people with wider face. but I look great in them. Wish the google can be more flexible like the SPY ones.
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Location: AU
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Height: 6'2
Weight: 138 lbs
getting comfortable
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"Best goggles!" 4/26/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  Wide view, Clear vision, Perfect size, Easy to adjust straps
  • Cons:  May be a bit big for some people,

Experience:   I bought these at a bargain price and haven't regretted it. There stylish and look slick with any outfit. Compared to my other no-name branded goggles, it has a very wide vision and the 'Sensor' lens is clear as day. It doesn't obscure any images but at the same time, keeps the sun out. Easy strap adjustments just make this product even better. The frame may seem a little big for some people but it suits me great.
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Height: 5'9
Weight: 162 lbs
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"awesome goggles" 4/22/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  antifog, perfect fit with the helmet,

Experience:   Ive got a huge dome, sweat like a (insert catch phrase) and these goggles (paired with Hustle helmet) are all I need. What would usually fog up any other goggles Ive owned simply appears then disappears on these goggles.Ive had a number of Oakley goggles before and always felt that they were wayyy to small, and that the lenses were too finicky but more importantly the fogged up horribly. Only thing I need to change or would change is the option for a longer strap. When Ive got these with the helmet, they are as loose as I can get them and still slightly tight. Not uncomfortable at all, but noticeable when you take them off.
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"never fogs!" 4/15/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  never fogs, large interior, helmet compatible
  • Cons:  need a high nose bridge,

Experience:   these goggles never fog! they are meant for larger faces. it doesn't really conform to my facial structure tho, i'm an asian, but i dont have a typical asian flat face. i do have a high enough nose bridge, but the goggles dont rest on it at all. i guess these are meant for caucasian type faces that have a higher nose bridge
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Weight: 125 lbs
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"Sweet Goggles" 4/4/2010
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  • Name: Smith Prodigy
  • Pros:  Big field of view, Don't fog up often,
  • Cons:  Easily scratched,

Experience:   These were my first decent pair of goggles. They're HUGE, which is great for field of view, but not normally great for fit. I didn't have a problem with fit with these, despite having a smaller than average head. Put it this way...they're so good I'm buying a second pair.

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