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Details on the Smith Optics Boogie Regulator

The Boogie Regulator Goggle is the little brother to the LOPRO Regulator Goggle. This ballistic goggle features the patented Smith Regulator for lens fog prevention, and multiple strap options ensuring integration.



6 Responses to “Details on the Smith Optics Boogie Regulator”

  1. Mike says:

    Our good friends at Silinx brought those out to our last range day. I have always been a fan of the “cool guy” oakleys. But damn if these glasses weren’t the best things since sliced bread. Good job guys..

  2. Glen says:

    I’ve used the tinted Regulator as my daylight EDC for the last two months at the National Training Center (OC in the field). Excellent “goggle” for a desert environment. Has not fogged up at all (caveat is for those in higher humidity areas–I haven’t worn them anywhere except for the Mojave so I can’t speak it), very good job at keeping both convoy dust and rotor wash debris out of the inside, and it wears very close so that it has little contact with helmets (it has replaced my daytime eye shield / sunglass PPE). These glasses/googles come with a soft cloth bag to hold them; I have no issue storing them in an Oakley M-Frame 2.0 carrying case when I need to switch to a clear lens. Excellent job in your design execution. Now…if Smith Elite would only get the clear version of the Regulator into stock on their website.

  3. Chris B. says:

    I had a pair of these for about a month before i sold them for fogging heavily. I had high hopes for these but if you’re moving around indoors a lot they become useless. I really dont get the hype…

  4. ODG says:

    Great piece of kit, nice job Chris!

  5. JM says:

    Yeaa buddy!

  6. Josh Reashore says:

    Great goggles, however in any sort of humidity, when you are exerting yourself the difference in temperature between the inside and outside of the goggles can cause some bad fogging.

    I solved this however by cutting some ventilation slots in the closed cell foam around the edge of the goggles though; they work just fine now and are an excellent daylight (I have the ignitors) goggle that go with any headgear be it boonie or helmet etc.

    My one gripe is that I have a big noggin (size 8) and the included strap is pretty short for those of us with larger heads.