Smith Grom Goggles - Kids'

If they can see it, they'll ski it.

No matter how much Timmy and Theresa love schralping, they'll be pretty bummed if they can't see where they're going. Ski-blindness is easy solved, though, by snapping the Smith Grom Kids' Goggles down over their eyes and kicking them out the door to spend the day exploring the mountain. The Grom features Smith's spherical Carbonic X polycarbonate lenses, with TLT optics that mirror the shape of the eye for crisp, undistorted vision and a Porex anti-fog filter to keep your junior shredder's gogs crystal clear. They're designed to fit over glasses and with all sorts of helmets, so upgrading every year isn't a necessity, and come in a brain-scrambling array of colors, patterns, and lens tints, so they can customize to their hearts' delight.

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  • Spherical Carbonic X polycarbonate lenses with TLT optics
  • Porex anti-fog filter
  • Floating hypoallergenic foam membrane
  • Dual-adjustment strap
  • Helmet- and eyeglass-compatible
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Great great goggles

    These are the best goggles my kids have tried on. They don't fog up easily, super comfortable, and look cool too. We got several colours now and some at great sale prices on Backcountry. My kids range from 6-10 and they can all fit, also fits well if you need to wear prescription glasses with it. We got the ignitor lens and can use it in all conditions.

    Kid approved

    • Fit: True to size

    Got these for my nephew, and no complaints! He's been wearing them all winter skiing in Vermont. Kid tested. Aunt Approved!

    Great kids goggle!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Well worth the money. Durable, great looking kids goggle with adult quality. Both of my kids have a pair and absolutely love them.

    Great kids goggle!

    SteveF

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

    Bought for son...great fit, comfortable and fog free....plus the mirror lens looks cool.

    Nice Goggle.

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs large

    We got the blue pair with Green Sol X lenses. The lenses were fantastic and the goggle as a whole seems to be top quality. We ended up not using them simply because they were too big for my 4 year old. On a side note: He does wear Solo Bambini prescription glasses which are very flexible and we found that even though these goggles are not OTG, they do work well with said glasses. We will likely repurchase them when he is a little bigger.

    They do the trick

      No problems with these great googles - from spring days to blizzard conditions, kept my kid happily seeing the snow. Never fogged, fit great with her helmet.

      Awesome!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Christmas gift for my 6 year old daughter and she loved them!

      Awesome!

      Smith delivers again

      Just like the adult goggles, the Grom is a smaller version that gives all the perks to young rippers and has loads of style. We got my son the ignitor lens for the wide variety of conditions that it covers. Fits great with Smith helmets and looks great too. You won't be disappointed with this goggle.

      Smith delivers again

      Great!

        Fits over my son's glasses and all he's instructors have paid him compliments on them. They have not fogged up at all on sunny or snowing cold days! Fits his Smith helmet perfect!

        Unanswered Question

        Is the black/red Sol -X lens 100% UV proof?

        Unanswered Question

        Would these fit a 3 yr old?

        Good googles!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Kiddo loves them - look just like dad's. Great fit, really nice foam, and lots of lens choices. Fit perfectly with the Smith Zoom Helmet too! Managed to scratch them with a whack from a snowboard edge, but they seem like they'll hold up well when not striking them with sharp metal!