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Looks like your Smith's are on gearengine for 50% off for another 8 minutes: GearEngine.com
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Looks like your Smith's are on gearengine for 50% off for another 8 minutes: GearEngine.com
damnit...missed it lol
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are the I/O's larger than the Prodigy? Looking for some goggles and cant decide.
from a widthness perspective, I don't think so, but I have a really wide face, and the I/Os still fit...so even though they aren't 'as' wide, they are still pretty wide.
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If wide is what you're looking for then EG2's ftw
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from a widthness perspective, I don't think so, but I have a really wide face, and the I/Os still fit...so even though they aren't 'as' wide, they are still pretty wide.


Thanks. So are the I/O size wise comparable to the Phenom or even the Oakley Crowbars? I tried on the Prodigy at a local shop and they were a little big on me.
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Thanks. So are the I/O size wise comparable to the Phenom or even the Oakley Crowbars? I tried on the Prodigy at a local shop and they were a little big on me.
Not positive compared to the Phenom or Crowbar, but similar to the A-Frames...I don't remember the Crowbars fitting me well (too small IIRC)
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Keep an eye on Tramdock, they had Smith I/O on for 59.99 earlier... I bougha a pair, even with the $30 shipping to Canada, they are way cheaper than I can get them here.


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