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Smith Scope Pro Goggles Men's

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The Smith Scope Pro goggle incorporates excellent field of vision with modern design and full helmet compatibility for a great goggle at a great price.
  Key Features of the Smith Scope Pro Snowboard Goggles:
Medium Fit
Dual Lens with Airflow Ventilation
Custom Painted Frame
Articulating Strap Positioning System
Ultra-Wide, Silicone Backed Strap
QuickFit Strap Adjustment System
Compression-Molded, Hypoallergenic Face Foam
Helmet Compatible

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Brammer
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"Good for your first couple days" 3/13/2012
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  • Name: Smith Scope Pro Goggles Men's
  • Pros:  Cheap!, Nice Fit,
  • Cons:  Tends to fog up, View Distortion ,

Experience:   I bought these goggles the first time I went on a mountain. I wasn't sure if I was going to be into snowboarding and I didn't want to blow lots of money on goggles, but it was windy and I needed protection. That's about the perfect situation for these guys. If you're not sure you want to do any winter downhill sports and you're just trying it out but need some eye coverage, then feel free to grab them for the price. Honestly, at the speed you'll be going on your first couple of a days, sunglasses might be good enough. That being said, they get the job done, but if you decide to get into the sport, I wouldn't expect to use them for very long.
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"You get what you pay for" 3/20/2012
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  • Name: Smith Scope Pro Goggles Men's
  • Pros:  cheap, good fit, light
  • Cons:  fog easily, limited view,

Experience:   I have owned these goggles since I first started snowboarding. At the time, my friends felt I couldn't beat the price. They have held up and done their job fairly well. However, they can become annoying depending on the weather because they tend to fog easily. These goggles are great for beginners getting use to the motions.
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"Don't Bother" 2/20/2012
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  • Name: Smith Scope Pro Goggles Men's
  • Pros:  Great fit,
  • Cons:  Worst Lens I have ever owned, Scratches easy , Distorted field of view

Experience:   I picked these up on a week long trip in Vermont, and am mad at myself for doing so. I needed a low light/snowy day lens as I didn't have any with me and conditions were very low light at the end of the trip. The reason I picked these was because they were one of the cheaper options in the store. I didn't want to drop a lot of money for something mid trip. I knew they wouldn't be the best goggle in the shop, but I figured they would get the job done for at least a few days. I was wrong. This lens lets an absurd amount of air into the frame, which caused my eyes to water. Not that big of a deal I thought, my eyes seem to be very prone to watering. When I bent down to unstrap at the end of a run, a tear dripped into the inside of the lens. I instantly grabbed my goggle bag to dab (not wipe) the tear out of the lens. When I put the goggle back on I noticed a distorted spot where the tear had been. Long story short the tear seemed to melt the lens material. When at the base lodge later that day I was wiping down the outside surface of the lens as there were a lot of water marks from the fresh falling that day. Once again I was using a smith branded goggle bag (inside of the bag, not outside mind you..) and with every pass the lens scratched. These are by far, hands down, the crappiest, softest cheapest lens I have ever had. They will scratch if you look at them wrong (maybe not, but close). Sure, they don't cost much, and you get what you pay for, but I would at least expect them to NOT scratch while using a clean goggle bag. I also had an issue of the lens popping out of the frame any time the goggle would flex. I will say the fit of these are pretty damn good. The foam seams low end, but they really do mold to any face. That is the ONLY good thing about them. Do your self a favor, and spend the extra dollars to get something with a spherical lens, and made out of higher quality materials.

Comments & Questions



ctoma
Nice review, bmw. Regarding your tear damaging the lens, whatthehell, do you have acid rain tears?

batmanwest
I have no idea. But seriously, the lens actually melted. If you run your finger across the inside where the tear was, you can feel the material raise up. Bonkers. Moral of the story, just nut up, save up, and get a proper set of goggles.

ctoma
I travel with 2 pairs of Oakley Splices, one with the Black Iridium lens, the other with the H.I. Yellow (for different light conditions). Just added a pair of Dragon Rogues to my small collection, wanted to try them out (for $29.99 on Whiskey, why not?). Make sure you don't drip any of those acid tears on your automobile, that can do some serious paint damage.


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"very good budget goggles" 9/28/2011
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  • Name: Smith Scope Pro Goggles Men's
  • Pros:  light, fit on face, price
  • Cons:  not great FOV, thin frames,

Experience:   I have two pairs of these, one dark and one light. I made sense for me, since I was able to get two pairs of goggles for the price of one higher end at the time. I figured it'd be nicer to have cheaper goggles for more light conditions than a great pair at the time, and get better goggles as funds became available. These goggles actually really surprised me! They fit my face significantly better than my Anon Figments, which fog almost instantly in all but the best conditions. The optics seem to show a bit of distortion on the edges, but it's not terrible. I do however find myself having to lower my whole head to look down, where other goggles (like my buddy's Oakleys) have a better field of view. The frames are also not very substantial; they're pretty thin, and I doubt they'd stand up to a healthy smack. However, I got 23 days out of the two pair, and they still look pretty good, so you probably don't have to worry about longevity unless you abuse your goggles. However, in the end, you really need to make sure goggles fit your face before buying them. Two pairs of these cost about the same as my single pair of Figments, which I only use as a loaner pair these days since they don't fit me.

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