Smith Factor Eyewear Review

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5.00 out of 5
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January 23, 2010
 
Pros: Easy to swap lenses for different lighting conditions.
Smith's warranty rocks! I've had several pair replaced under their lifetime warranty.
More lense choices than you can shake a stick at.

Cons: nothing.

Recommendation: Best lenses I've ever owned.

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March 10, 2009
 
Pros: +The lenses dont have that view distorion were you see something halfway in and halfway not in the lense view and the part inside the lense view seems closer and it throws of your vision. +Extra lenses come with it when you buy them from most stores and you can easily order more from the site. +Life Time Warranty that even thought sometimes it may take a small minimal fee to replace any part on or with the glasses and for a company to give a life time warranty for glasses that most the people that buy them do pretty freaking extreme stuff so ya... + Feel great when wearing them and wont give you a headache or make the top of your ears or your head hurt +They look freaking amazing and make for a grand day out on the trails!

Cons: +These glasses are to cool to have any cons because if the manufacturer f***s up on any thing they fix it for free any ways!

Recommendation: I say that these glasses, though pricey where the best buy ive made when it come to stuff for my mtb'ing and think there better then Oakly by experience that Oakley are for people trying to look "Baller" and "Kool" and for people who have money to waste, but for the people that know the real meaning of mtbing and having a good time doing adrenaline rushing stuff whether it be mtbing, snowboarding, or rock climbing the smith brand of snowboarding goggles & sunglasses are the best they get and they arent over priced and worth the cost.

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Smith Factor 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 2 user reviews.