Smith Daredevil Goggles - Kids'
SmithDaredevil Goggles - Kids'

A pro in the making.

Set your little speed demon loose on the slopes in Smith's Kids' Daredevil Goggles. While your mini shredder is crushing her first black diamond and hitting mini features in the jib park, these goggles give her the clarity that she needs to conquer the mountain. The anti-fog technology keeps the lenses cloud-free while navigating the steamy lodge on hot cocoa breaks, and the dual-slide strap system makes these goggles easy to adjust when your grom quickly outgrows that teeny helmet. The Daredevil goggles are also eyeglass compatible, with a floating foam membrane to eliminate eyeglass temple pressure.

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  • Snow goggles to let your mini shredder loose on the mountain
  • Cylindrical lens is low-profile and durable
  • Anti-fog technology keeps the lens cloud-free
  • Dual-slide strap system is quick and easy to adjust
  • Helmet and eyeglass compatible
  • DriWix face foam is super comfortable
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

so cute

    I got these for my 7 month old niece. They are too big but she can still wear them and the protect basically her whole face. She will grow into them and be shredding pow in no time! She and her parents love em.

    Len kept popping out

    • Fit: True to size

    First day we went skiing the lens popped out on the first run. It wouldn’t say in all day.

    Kid approved

      No complaints from the7 and 10 yr olds... and that is all that counts! Great colors and functioned great.

      Easy to Put On/Take Off, Comfortable Fit

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
      • Fit: True to size

      I bought these as a gift for my niece to go on her first ski trip and they worked great. She was able to easily put them on/take them off herself and they fit well with her Smith helmet. The lens did pop off once or twice but we were able to easily get it back on.