For Fall 2019, Smith gets set to introduce BirdsEye Vision — a new lens shape that offers a 25 percent increase in your field of view compared to the popular I/O lens. Available in the new 4D MAG ski goggles, BirdsEye Vision is set to become the brand’s latest standout lens technology.
The lens on the 4D MAG extends and curves below your sightline, increasing your overall field of view and reducing peripheral distractions. The new ski goggles also feature Smith’s updated MAG technology by integrating dual locking mechanisms into the goggle frame outriggers to make a quick and easy lens change system.
This updated design keeps the lens locked in place, and a simple push of one of the levers on either side of the frame releases the lens quickly to adapt to varying light conditions by swapping out the included ChromaPop lenses with BirdsEye Vision that amplify detail and enhance natural color.
The 4D MAG goggles come with both a bright light and low light set of lenses. They are helmet compatible with the ultra-wise, silicone backed strap. Ventilation channels reduce the chance your goggles with fog up on you.
The Smith 4D MAG ski goggles retail for $280 and will start shipping in the fall. In the package your’ll find a goggle hardcase with microfiber bag.