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Smith Phenom Turbo Fan Goggle Reviews

Trekchick

Smith Phenom Turbo Fan Goggle

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Pros: No fog, good lens

Cons: The strap adjustment/buckle placement makes it difficult to fit helmet strap

 There is sooooooo much more to this story than skiing goggles.A very long time ago(I want to say 17 years ago) my husband bought some goggles to ride dirtbike that had a fan in them. He paid 98.00 for them and I nearly had a stroke. Back then decent dirtbike goggles could be had for 20.00.He argued that, with his glasses he was fogging up all the time and these goggles would pay for themselves in busted dirt bike parts and his busted body because he'd quite hitting the trees if he could see.He was right!! He quit hitting trees. His injuries reduced and his bike wasn't beaten up so badly. After that, I made it a point to see to it that he had/has a functioning pair of Smith Turbo Fan...
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Skitazz

Fog Buster ?

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Pros: The Fan

Cons: The Fan

Based on my other phenom fit and lenses are more than ok. I have used an uvex goggle with a fan before (did not fit my helmet) and this should eliminate fog completely.... Well uh depending it does not freeze.. And it makes noise on your head. stupid enough a lot less when upside down but somehow skiing on the ceiling is difficult. Probably a bearing suspension issue. That is a bit of a shame. But the lenses remain and i have a couple to try in shity conditions.  Will not be used in sunny conditions...
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