Smith Optics & Silverton Mountain renew partnership

Imagine an all-thrills, no-frills ski area where the average annual snowfall of over 400” exceeds the
amount of daily visitors. Advanced and expert riding only, no groomers, no clearcut runs, just a real
mountain experience with plenty of adventure on tap.

Since 2002, Silverton Mountain has been scaring the shit out of people in a way that keeps the diehards coming back for more. With a peak elevation of 13,487, it is the highest ski area in North America and is surrounded by some of the most rugged terrain accessible by chairlift. Silverton Mountain has set the bar for skiers and snowboarders looking for a unique experience and Smith Optics is proud to announce the renewed partnership as the Official Eyewear and Helmet Provider of Silverton Mountain.

Smith is at the core of performance and safety-two important qualities when riding at Silverton Mountain. Smith’s guide-trusted products meet the demands of anything this wild place dishes out, giving guides and guests the vision and confidence needed to fully enjoy their day. “No other goggle company can come close to the quality and durability Smith offers our guides,” says Aaron Brill, Co-owner and Lead Guide at Silverton Mountain.

Smith Optics has been the Official Eyewear Sponsor of Silverton Mountain since the mountain opened in 2002, and for nearly 10 years we have worked together to elevate product design, durability, and functionality in an effort to deliver the finest products to the market.

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