Smith Fairground Chromapop Sunglasses

Smith Fairground Chromapop Sunglasses
Smith Fairground Chromapop Sunglasses
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Fairground Chromapop Sunglasses by Smith
Bringing a modern twist to a timeless women's frame, the Smith Fairground Chromapop Sunglasses combine a round lens profile with a vintage cat-eye shape and keyway nose detail. Crisp edges and curvy yet sleek faceting ensure timeless style, while the ChromaPop lenses give you glare-free clarity with popping colors. The lightweight Evolve frame is made using eco-friendly techniques, and megol nose pads secure the fit, even when you work up a sweat.

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