Smith Cheetah Sunglasses - ChromaPop Polarized

Smith Cheetah Sunglasses - ChromaPop Polarized
Smith Cheetah Sunglasses - ChromaPop Polarized
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Cheetah Sunglasses - ChromaPop Polarized by Smith
Cheetahs go fast, but you'll be taking it nice and slow when you're rocking the Smith Cheetah Sunglasses. Giving you a clean, casual look with an eye-catching Cheetah print, theses shades are perfect for lazy days by the water and everyday adventures outside. Their ChromaPop lens technology enhances color for crisp, natural optics as you take in the sights strolling down the beach or trail. They're also polarized, so you won't catch a glare coming off the lake or ocean, and are made using durable, high-quality materials to ensure that they're always ready for the next adventure.

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SKU: SMI00G3
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