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smith I/O or Phenoms??

thinkin of either 2 of these goggles, if u have them or tried them let me know how they are? i just want something that dont fog easy!
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never tried either. personally I like anon and how they fit, but I have loved the look of the I/O since they first released..


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I/O's

love them. Great vision and no fogging issues for me ever!
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I have the Phenoms and I'm a heat factory. I rarely have fogging issues.

I LOVE the I/Os though! Definitely my next goggles.
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Currently have multiple pairs of phenoms, I have no idea how I ended up with so many, but they are great. Next goggles I buy will probably be I/Os though
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I have the I/O and I love em. Comes with spare lenses and really easy to change out. No fogging issues as most 'new' goggles shouldn't anyway. I never tried the phenoms though but I love the field of vision I have with the I/O.
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My friend has the Phenoms and they are super nice and the lens is easy to change. That being said, I want to I/O's. They just look so super sweeet to me.

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I own both of these goggles. They both work ok for me. The I/O's probably fog up a little bit more easily due to the open, frameless design. I use the I/O as my main and the phenoms as my back-up
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I'm with Tarzanman. I've owned both and stuck with the phenoms because they didn't fog up as much as the I/Os. Both were great goggles, great fit and field of vision and easy to change lenses. You can't go wrong with either.
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How do the I/O goggles fit? I have the Anon Solace goggles now (I know they are a female model, but I was into the small frames)

I know smith has the I/Os too.
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