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About Smith Optics

Performance eyewear for extreme athletes and wannabes alike. From anti-fog, impact-resistant snowboarding goggles to polychromatic lenses that improve depth perception in water, the list of patented technologies goes on. Suffice it to say that Smith Optics is the source for tricked-out shades. Founded in 1965 by Dr. Smith, an orthodontist from Sun Valley, Idaho, who made goggles by hand with dental tools and foam, the line has gone on to set the industry standard for excellence. For less-than-extreme athletes, these chunky frames have hipster status and prescription-lens capacity. The ultimate in eyewear technology brought to you by the ultimate eyewear gearheads.

Past Sales Featuring Smith Optics

Sale Ended December 28, 2012

Ski Gear Up to 90% Off

There’s no excuse for not hitting the slopes this season, especially with a sale like this. At heavy discounts, find everything you’ll need to navigate that fresh powder in style. And hey, at least if you fall down a bunch, you’ll look good doing it. From goggles and helmets, to jackets and boots, we’ve got you covered.

Sale Ended March 22, 2013

Final Few

Once in a while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But don't worry, there’s a silver lining. We've put a them all in one place for your easy picking. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast.

Sale Ended December 25, 2012

Smith Goggles & Helmets

Ski and snowboarding season is officially upon and we have the ultimate in performance eyewear for the extreme athlete (and wannabe). Setting the industry standard in excellence, Smith Optics has created superior goggles and safety equipment (read: helmets) to keep even the most inexperienced among us safe and looking good.

Sale Ended February 15, 2010

Smith Optics

With Smith Optics sunglasses, you won’t be able to blame poor vision when you wipe out on the slopes. These high-performance lenses resist scratches and have an anti-fog coating, while a special urethane compound in the frames helps them conform tightly to your face.