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For those who wear OTG (Over The Glasses) goggles, comfort and ease is critical. Smith snow goggles introduced the Floating Foam Membrane, which eliminates eyeglass temple pressure--so no headaches! Fog-free vision is also concern for skiers and snowboarders who wear eyeglasses. Smith snow goggles utilization of patented regulator ventilation keeps your vision clear on the slopes and in the chair lift. If you love the Smith Optics Knowledge features, but prefer a rimless frame, check out the Smith Optics Prophecy OTG snow goggles.
TLT is Smith Optics answer to decreased visual distortion and resulting eye fatigue caused by light refraction. When light passes through any medium, it changes course. This causes visual distortion. To avoid this, Smith Optics progressively tapers the lens from the center outward to straighten the incoming light rays. This tapering (TLT technology) results in nondistorted, more accurate vision.
As the company name implies, Smith has its roots in goggles and sunglasses. Since 1965, Smith has pioneered innovations in sport optics. Smith began producing helmets in 2005, and has quickly grown its reputation in the ski and snowboard industry. Smith Helmets engineers snowboard protective gear with some of the highest technological advances in performance, protection, design, and fit. The company's background in optics informs its helmet design, and Smith prides itself on the seamless integration of its products. Among the technological advances Smith has developed are AirEvac and AirEvac 2 ventilation systems.
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We offer many different models of Smith Optics Ski Helmets and bike helmets, with each having a different size range depending upon fit system, shell shape, etc. To chose the right size Smith Helmet for you or your kid, follow the steps below.
1. Carefully measure the head circumference, as shown here:
2. Use this measurement to chose the correct size helmet, using the cm as displayed in the "Please Select a Color/Size" drop down list (see image below).
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