Smith Approach Max Sunglasses

Smith Approach Max Sunglasses
Smith Approach Max Sunglasses
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Approach Max Sunglasses by Smith
Smith's Approach Max Sunglasses combine a streamlined look with a cycling-specific fit designed to keep you comfortable on your next bike ride. The enlarged lens profile delivers a broader coverage while maintaining a medium fit that will accommodate most face sizes. Carbonic TLT lenses taper gradually from the optical center of each lens to straighten light waves, delivering a true and accurate field of vision during your rides. The lenses are also treated with a hydroleophobic coating to prevent drops of sweat from obstructing your view during those long climbs. Adjust the two-position nose pads to dial in the perfect fit for your face, and descend with confidence knowing the slip-on temple tips will help keep these sunglasses welded to your face. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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