Smith Captains Choice Polarchromic ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarized

Smith Captains Choice Polarchromic ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarized
$249.00
Captains Choice Polarchromic ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarized by Smith
Price subject to change | SKU: SMI00BN

Smith Captains Choice Polarchromic ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarized

Whether you're far from the coast or out on the salt water flats, the Smith Polarchromic Captains Choice Sunglasses are designed to meet the most demanding needs of your day out adventuring. The ChromaPop+ Polarchromic Ignitor lens allows you to see the world around you as it was meant to be seen. It blends the glare-stopping benefits of polarization with the tint-shifting photochromic magic to automatically adjust to the level of light you're exposed to, giving you the most comfortable, soothing light levels at all hours of the day. The progressive, semi-rimless frame design delivers ample range of vision, while the wide temples and a sun-shielding 8-base wrap provide all-day glare protection. The hydrophilic Megol nose and temple pads increase their adhesion when things get slick for a snug and secure fit, and the anti-reflective and hydroleophobic coatings deflect dirt, grime, and gunk for an exceptionally clear view under less than ideal conditions. Rounding out these shades is an integrated, detachable leash to prevent them from being swept out to sea when navigating choppy waters. 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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