An ideal pair.
The Squad has been a staple within the Smith line for years. It’s like a positive merlot that improves with age, due to new design options and coloration choices added each season. The Code Helmet is sort of a juicy steak, and whereas it might not curb your urge for food by itself, when paired with stated wine, perfection is achieved.
The Squad MAG has twelve totally different coloration kinds to select from, however our selection for 2023 Platinum Decide is a part of Smith’s Artist Sequence, designed by Aaron Draplin of Draplin Design Co. Sure, Draplin was the unique artwork director of Snowboard Magazine and DDC additionally designed our present emblem, however that’s not the rationale his colorway gained Platinum Decide. The Draplin Spectrum Squad MAG combines retro styling with a contemporary design twist and the basic black body goes with any helmet and jacket coloration.
On the technical aspect, the Squad MAG reigns superior due to all of Smith’s bells and whistles packed into one goggle. ChromaPop lenses open up your eyes to a brand new spectrum of coloration and readability in any situation. The MAG lens system is simple to make use of, using magnets to swap out lenses quick. And the cylindrical lens form affords that basic goggle fashion that appears nice, whether or not simply carrying with a beanie or paired with any helmet within the Smith line. The additional low-light lens Smith consists of with each pair is the icing on the cake.
The Code consists of all Smith’s proprietary safety, like Zonal Koroyd and MIPS to maintain your dome secure and is well-ventilated for an epic day on the mountain. It’s light-weight and cozy to maintain your mind secure, the proper pairing with the Squad. – Jeff Baker
“THE LENS TECH AND FIT OF THE SMITH SQUAD MAG IS AMAZING. AN EASY CHOICE FOR OUR SHOP.” – Japanese Boarder Worcester, Massachusetts