Smith Ember Chromapop Polarized Sunglasses

Smith Ember Chromapop Polarized Sunglasses
Smith Ember Chromapop Polarized Sunglasses
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Ember Chromapop Polarized Sunglasses by Smith
From day hikes to tossing flies on the river, the Smith Polarized Ember Chromapop Sunglasses are built for the versatile athlete who does it all. Theses shades employ an eco-friendly, lightweight Evolve frame with a cat-eye design that's ready to move as you do, along with hydrophilic Megol nosepads that grip your face comfortably for a secure fit. ChromaPop lenses enhance clarity and natural color to help the terrain ahead of you come to life with vivid details, and also boast an anti-reflective and anti-scratch coating that ensures your vision remains unobstructed. Auto-lock hinges keep the placement secure throughout the entirety of your adventure, while the included case provides a safe stash spot when the sun starts to go down.

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SKU: SMI00LG
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