They've got a number of different systems to choose from in next year's product and one of the biggest choices of styles around - from frameless to cylindrical lenses you're bound to be able to find the right fit for you.
AND if you want to take it that extra step further, there are also integration options in their line, so you can make sure your helmet and goggles fit you (and fit together) perfectly - which is ideal for stopping those cold spots when the weather's coming in.
For you tech-heads there's the HUD IO Recon, linking all the information you could possibly need into a small screen at the bottom of the lens - and Smith's continued commitment to safety and fit in headwear.
Anyway enough rambling, let's take a look at what they've got in the pipeline:
Remember last year's Vice goggles? Well this year they've had a revamp with a throwback cylindrical lens - looks pretty rad to us if you're not into the modern spherical style. And with those contrasting colour filters you're going to have no problems picking out unexpected missiles in your peripheral vision.
Steamy goggles always an issue? Not with Smith's airflow series. For a cheaper set of goggles that still pack a punch you can't go wrong with these - and they still look pretty sick too!
[part title="Men's Helmets"]
Smith helmets are the bees knees - with enough choice in style for you to customise your look and importantly, full integration with their goggle range. No gaper gap for you. There's some technical spiel in their about an airevac system that keeps you steam free too - and they're well up to date on protection so you can keep your brain box pretty and shred-capable even when you take a tumble.
[part title="Turbo Fan"]
You know when you get in your car, and the windscreen is all misted up - so you blast on the heating? Well smith have incorporated that (or something pretty similar) into their Turbo Fan series goggles. An actual fan system to blast out the air and keep you moving and seeing freely.
Ideal for hiking, and those times when you need to guarantee good vision - the range are helmet compatible and available in different shape frames - include the IO frameless, which someone had cheekily pinched to try on when we took this shot.
[part title="IO Recon"]
Take a goggle - pack it full of GPS and bluetooth technology, throw in a heads up display (HUD) and you have the Smith / Recon collab, the I/O Recon. Super-tech work, seamlessly fused into these goggles.
[part title="Women's Helmets"]
All the tech you'd expect, packed into lady-specific colourways. No holds barred.
Simple, quality goggles for the little ones, with lens options for the aspiring rock-stars. Smith's Junior line is designed to go over glasses too so nobody's left out.
Available across the smith range - are the over the glasses series of goggles. Big enough to make sure you can see WITHOUT having to fiddle with contact lenses every morning. After all what's the point of those beautiful mountain views if everything further than 3 metres is blurry?
[part title="Smith I/O"]
Easily interchangeable lens system, super comfortable fit. The goggle of choice for Xavier De Le Rue is hard to argue with... the I/O series also has some of the best looking designs Smith have going if you're asking us.