Smith IOs 2019 - 2012 Review by The Good Ride
The Smith IOs is the Smith IO in a smaller size for smaller faces. It has all the same lens options the same triple foam and a very similar look. The only difference is with the IOs you have to turn the device that holds the straps sideways to get the lens out which makes it a little more difficult. Still, it’s not bad at all and a pretty easy goggle to change lenses. Two of our favorite lenses are the Photochromic and the Polarized. I have worn and loved this goggle with the new anti-fogging lens for about a year and it hasn’t fogged up on me once.
Take the review of the Smith IO and make it smaller. This is a great goggle that doesn’t fog ant that is a tough thing to do for a smaller size.
Here is a review and comparison of the Smith IO vs. the Smith IOs
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These goggles are fantastic. For the price I think they are the best out there. The interchangeable lenses are super easy to put in and the set that comes with them cover varying conditions on the mountain. If you havent had them before interchangeable lenses make the experience WAY better. I also use this same pair for dirt biking in the summer...
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