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Helmet/goggle combo

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Thinking of getting a Smith Vantage Helmet and the Smith I/OX turbo fan goggles

Anyone know if they fit well together? Assuming that as they are both Smith products they will?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
biggie82, best try them as your head also comes into it...

Turbo fan goggles don't seem to work as well as advertised. YMMV.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
My Smith Vantage and normal I/O goggles fit a fact one of the selling points is how well they integrate, no gap and the ventilation lines up. I've had a steam-free two seasons with them.

The sliding vent holes in the Vantage are great and suit all conditions, and the ability to change the lenses in the goggles is a big plus too (although I have snapped the spare lenses in my backpack though, so be careful).

However as under a new name says, try any helmet before you buy as the fit is the most important part. My Vantage was the only helmet I tried that fitted me perfectly, the rest were too tight, too big, or had uncomfortable pinch points. But then I do have a large noggin.
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