Best OTG Goggles
Smith Knowledge OTG Snow Goggles

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The brand that managed to build itself a great reputation on the market of ski equipment issued a pair of snow goggles we couldn’t ignore. Tempted by Smith’s claims of the goggles being exceptionally great at fog-preventing, UV-rays obstructing and OTG-friendly, we gave them a try. And they didn’t disappoint. We soon discovered them to feature a never-heard-before Carbonic-X lens type that is known to have a small number of surface points, meaning that the sun rays and a limited view do not pose an issue to the wearer. Rather, when paired with the Tapered Lens Technology, the gear fixes the visual distortion and enables the light to go straight to your eyeballs. The other technology named Porex Filter ensures the equalization of the air pressure that occurs within the sealed lens in order to reduce to the minimum the optical deformation. And as if this was not enough, Smith incorporated a floating foam membrane that alleviates the pressure put on temples during skiing or snowboarding. Essentially, every measure was taken to facilitate the best possible vision with close to zero limitations.

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.2

Reasons to buy:

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    The built-in adjustable vents minimize or maximize the flow of fresh or dry air to meet everyone’s criteria
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    The wide silicone straps allow the skiers to adjust the fit
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    Come with a microfiber bag handy for carrying around
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    Affordable

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markNot as roomy as stated
  • check-markYour glasses inside the goggles might get fogged up

Where to buy:

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Smith Knowledge OTG

Specs & Features

  • Frame size & material: Large, Carbonic-X
  • Lens Type: spherical
  • UV Protection: 100%
  • Additional features: Tapered Lens Technology (TLT), Porex Filter Technology, adjustable vents, floating foam membrane
  • Recommended use: snow sports
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Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.2

Reasons to buy:

  • check-mark
    The built-in adjustable vents minimize or maximize the flow of fresh or dry air to meet everyone’s criteria
  • check-mark
    The wide silicone straps allow the skiers to adjust the fit
  • check-mark
    Come with a microfiber bag handy for carrying around
  • check-mark
    Affordable

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markNot as roomy as stated
  • check-markYour glasses inside the goggles might get fogged up

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