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IO Mag S X TNF Red (+ Bonuslens)

Smith IO Mag S X TNF Red (+ Bonuslens)

£ 180.13 £ 243.19 You saved 26 %
incl. VAT excl. shipping costs
Delivery time only 3 to 6 business days
Customer service: +43 3687 2422 333
Size chart for Smith - Women Snowboard Goggles

Smaller frame, perfect fit, crystal clear view

Performance and function comes in all shapes and sizes. We have integrated our latest innovation, the SmithMAG™ lens changing system, into a smaller frame and combined it with the ChromaPop™ lens technology. We don't sacrifice performance for fit. The safety and confidence you get with your new I/O MAG™ S lets you find even the most secret powder pockets.


  • Fog, heavy snowfall, floodlight
  • Changeable weather
  • Article number: 583312
  • For: Women
  • Weight: 200 g
  • Light Transmission (%): 25 Percent
    What percentage of visible light passes through the lense, a higher percentage is perfect for low light conditions and a lower percentage is better for bluebird days.
  • Goggle Features:
    • Frameless
    • Quick-change lens system
    • Spherical lens
  • Goggle Fit: Medium
  • Lens Coating: Mirrored
  • Smith MAG™ Lens changing system
  • Includes two ChromaPop™ Performance lenses for high and low luminous intensities
  • Everyday Red Mirror: Filter category S2, Light transmittance: 25%, Storm Rose Flash: Filter category S1, Light transmittance: 50%
  • Spherical Carbonic-X Lens
  • 5X™ Anti-fog inner lens
  • TLT lens technology for crystal clear vision
  • Responsive Fit™ frame design
  • QuickFit adjustment system with clip buckle
  • Three-layer DriWix foam face support
  • Helmet compatible
  • Ultra-wide, silicone-coated spectacle strap
  • Microfibre goggle bag with separate compartment for spare lens included in delivery

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About Smith

As early as 1965, Smith pioneered the snow goggle as we know it today. Created to give fanatic shredders more time on the mountain without foggy vision, Smith have dedicated the past 50 years to improving the way we see things. If you aren't gazing at the sun through a Smith lens, are you even gazing at the sun?