2017 Shred Smartefy Ski Goggles

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  • Item #16541B
  • $79.95
  • Regular price $159.00

Stacked with style and stocked with technology with a universal fit approved for medium-small faces, the SMARTEFY unleashes a fury against conformity. Truly expanded field of view featuring NODISTORTION™ CARVED lenses and NoBS lens replacement system.


  • Universal helmet compatible ski racing goggle
  • Helmet gripping silicone lined strap
  • Hypo-Allergenic Whipped Cream face foam
  • 100% UVA/UVB/UVC protection
  • Anti-fog
  • Sratch-resistant
  • Wide field of vision
  • No BS lens replacement system
  • Tapered Foam

NO BS Lens Replacement System

No gimmicks, no tricks, and no fake technology: NO BS. Shred's new replacement system, crafted through an updated mix of polyurethane with reduced friction parameters and improved installation notch shape and positioning gives riders the easy option to change their lenses, without breaking the bank and without sacrificing performance and durability.

Anti-Fog Treatment

The double lens technology used in most SHRED Optics goggles creates a thermal barrier that keeps the inner lens warm and dry. A special hydrophilic treatment on the inner lens allows the surface to absorb moisture before fog can form.

Blue Whipped Cream Multilayer Face Foam

The Blue Whipped Cream Multilayer Face Foam provides extremely soft comfort, sweat management and extended durability.

Tapered Foam

Tapered foam allows for extreme comfort and universal fit.


The patented NODISTORTION lens technology keeps your vision from getting warped. Traditional double lenses are sealed air tight to prevent fogging and keep moisture from getting in between the layers. But then when you gain or lose altitude, the pressure differential causes the two lenses to bend and warp, which causes distortion in your vision. So Shred designed a small valve to equalize the pressure between the lenses and the outside, and they use a high tech PORON filter to keep moisture out. So the lens doesn't deform and your vision is always crystal clear.

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