Smith Redmond ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarchromic

Smith Redmond ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarchromic
Smith Redmond ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarchromic
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Redmond ChromaPop+ Sunglasses - Polarchromic by Smith
With a design that's just as dependable as your lucky rabbit foot, the Smith Polarchromic ChromaPop+ Redmond Sunglasses ensures classic style and reliable performance. Unique to Smith, the ChromaPop+ Techlite glass lens technology eliminates color confusion caused by intersecting green, red, and blue wavelengths, which ultimately creates higher levels of color saturation and more vivid optical clarity. The anti-reflective and hydroleophobic lens coatings discourage glare and gunk from getting in the way of your view, while the hydrophilic megol nose and temple pads provide a slip-free fit, even when precipitation or sweat gets the best of your melon. Additionally, the Italian-made Evolve frame is both durable and stylish--a killer combo that makes adding the Redmond to your daily routine easy as making a cup of instant coffee. 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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