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  1. #1
    spook Guest

    smith goggles has too many choices

    i/o
    recon i/o
    i/os
    i/ox
    fan
    etc., etc., etc.,

    jesus. my 6 year old knowledge otg fan goggles finally could know longer be held together with duct tape and replacement foam and then the fan finally died. so i sent it in, not a manufacturer defect, so they'll send me a brand new pair of goggles half price. problem is, the goggles i have (and have 2 replacement lenses for) are backordered and i'd have to wait until next year. i'm trying to find out if their non-fan knowledge otg uses the same size lenses as the fan version. that's only $60. i'll pay full price for that and then buy a better pair.

    so i go the smith site and it nearly gave me a seizure. i'm going to have to take more time to figure out differences. bought a new smith helmet so i guess "integration" oooooooo wlll be considered.

    i guess i could see if they'd give me the recons for $325 off even though i don't have a smart phone. then i just need lazers.

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    so true. their sunglasses are DOPE
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  3. #3
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    The knowledge turbo fan is the same lense as the regular one.

    I/O is their original quick change
    I/Ox is bigger
    I/OS is ladies

    All should go well with smith helmets


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  4. #4
    spook Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Wired2theT View Post
    The knowledge turbo fan is the same lense as the regular one.

    I/O is their original quick change
    I/Ox is bigger
    I/OS is ladies



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    thank baby jebus for you. i knew there was a simple explanation and i got as far as x must just be bigger, but their site is too much for me today. i liked the turbo, but i switched to contacts. it still came in handy on occasion but wasn't really so necessary (and really, it helped with the glasses fogging, but it wasn't perfect). i do like the bigger field of vision with the otg goggles. the "integration" bit sounds knee jerk sort of gimmicky, but i have no idea, i have a new variance helmet, so i guess we'll find out.

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    spook Guest
    seriously thanks.

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    IOX will fit some glasses too.


    IO has the retro Dr Bob pro model, VERY cool


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