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Smith Optics Shift Mag

The Smith Optics Shift Mag uses a magnetic system to let you rapidly clip the lower frame and arms to one of four different lens options to the upper frame.

£189.00
Score 9

Smith Mainline helmet

The Smith Mainline helmet boasts excellent air flow, a reasonable weight and some of the best looks I’ve seen on a full face helmet.

£274.99
Score 9

Smith Engage MIPS helmet

The Smith Engage MIPS is the latest mountain bike helmet from a brand that built its reputation on snow goggles, but has since developed sophisticated, high-end cycling products.

£94.99
Score 9

Editor’s Choice 2020 The Smith Squad XL is the equivalent of a 70in 4K TV for your face. Boasting pin sharp optical clarity and unhindered panoramic vision, it actually enhances…

£85.00
Score 10

smith flywheel

Yes, £115 is a lot to pay for glasses that you can’t change the lens but the optical quality and protection of Smith Flywheel are the best I’ve used.

£115.00
Score 9

smith forefront 2

The Smith Forefront 2 is manufactured using an Aerocore in-mould construction and features integrated skeletal structure.

£196.00
Score 8

F.A.T. two-layer face foam and performance mirrored lenses make this the go-to model for the average rider who likes goggles instead of glasses.

£38.25
Score 8

smith attack max

The Smith Attack Max is the latest performance eye protection to come from the Idaho based eyewear and helmet specialists.

£195.00
Score 9

smith session mips

Brand new for 2018, the Smith Session MIPS is an all-mountain lid offering Koroyd technology for a cheaper price than its flagship Forefront helmet.

£139.99
Score 8

Smith Pivlock Arena sunglasses

Smith’s Pivlock Arena range of cycling sunglasses are designed to make changing lenses a simple task without adding bulk to the design. The Arena has a medium sized lens shape…

£120.00
Score 8

Smith wanted to offer the benefits of the Forefront at a lower price point, so now offers a cheaper Rover helmet.

£130.00