Smith Skyline XL Asian Fit Goggle 2021

  • Goggles designed to fit over glasses.


Size: Chromapop Photochromic Rose Flash

$137.99 Regular price $229.99 40% Off
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Over the Glasses

Over the glasses (OTG) compatible. Designed to fit over glasses.

Spherical Lens

Also called 'toric'. Curve both vertically and horizontally to enhance peripheral vision.

ChromaPop Lens

Premium lens technology that helps you see detail and colour beyond normal capabilities.

Premium Lens Technology

Goggles with premium lenses to enhance detail, increase contrast, and help you see true colours.

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We expanded our sights to the furthest horizon with the Skyline XL. the benefit of an expanded field of view, OTG compatibility, plus ChromaPop™ lens technology with the ability to enhance detail and amplify the thrill. Pursue your most remote boundary; no one's going to stop you.


  • Available with ChromaPop™ lens
  • Spherical carbonic-x lens
  • Fog-X anti-fog inner lens
  • TLT lens technology for crystal clear vision
  • OTG compatible


  • Medium/large fit
  • Responsive Fit™ frame design
  • QuickFit strap adjustment system with clip buckle
  • 3-layer DriWix face foam


  • Helmet compatible
  • Ultra-wide, silicone backed strap

What are photochromic lenses?

Photochromic lenses are lenses that automatically adjust to changing light conditions. These lenses get darker in bright conditions and lighter when conditions get darker.

What are the benefits of photochromic lenses?

Photochromic lenses reduce eyestrain and glare and protect against UV rays. 

How do photochromic lenses work?

Photochromic lenses work by changing from dark in bright conditions to clear inside or in dark conditions. This tint change is caused by a chemical reaction, as the slightly tinted dye molecules in the lenses are activated and become darker when exposed to UV wavelengths. Once the UV radiation source (light) is removed, the dye molecules revert to their indoor tint. 

Photochromic lenses take 30 seconds to a minute to darken when exposed to sunlight. They will return to their near-clear state within 2 minutes in the absence of UV rays.