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.
The Smith Forefront 2 is manufactured using an Aerocore in-mould construction and features integrated skeletal structure.
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.
The Smith Attack Max is the latest performance eye protection to come from the Idaho based eyewear and helmet specialists.
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.
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…
Smith wanted to offer the benefits of the Forefront at a lower price point, so now offers a cheaper Rover helmet.