Hey, I’m Rob from skis.com and snowboards.com, joined today by Jim from Smith. Jim, thanks for being here. Thanks for having me Rob. So we’re talking about a really cool goggle kind of on the women’s side, really, of Smith’s lineup – the Cadence. I’m a big fan of this goggle, cylindrical lense, what else kind of jumps out at you for this? Thanks for asking, some great features. So when we say ‘women’s fit’ at Smith it’s not just a men’s frame with a nicer graphic on it, it’s truly designed for a female’s facial features which is narrower this way and shorter this way. So it really does a nice job with it’s overall fit. Yes, we’re using the carbonic-x lense with anti-fog coating, mirrored lense and it also ships with the second lense in the box so it’s a great value for what you’re paying here. Absolutely. I’m a huge fan of that. Coming with two lenses and at a more reasonable price by really being able to change your lense with the change in conditions on the hill is awesome and then a super comfortable fit too. Really comfortable fit. You have the double layer foam so you get a nice snug fit there, no air getting in. We’re using silicone on the back of all our straps so it adheres to the helmet really well and then we have the ability to open and close the vent on the top which allows a little bit of air flow to keep from fogging up. Absolutely, being able to able to adjust and dial in that too, keeping the climate controlled inside the goggle and keeping the fog down is an awesome feature. Yeah, big fan of the Cadence for a women’s goggle. You can check it out on skis.com and snowboards.com. Jim, thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. And thank you for joining us.