Smith Freespool Mag Polarized Chromapop Sunglasses

Smith Freespool Mag Polarized Chromapop Sunglasses
Smith Freespool Mag Polarized Chromapop Sunglasses
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Freespool Mag Polarized Chromapop Sunglasses by Smith
With interchangeable temples, the Smith Freespool Mag Polarized Chromapop Sunglasses provide both coverage on the water and style in the city. Smith included two pairs of temples that attach to the frame with Mag technology. One pair provides extra coverage from the sunlight when you're boating or fishing with the sun at your side, and the other pair are Smith's sleek temples styled for casual use. The lenses are as innovative as the design is original, with Chromapop technology filtering out crossover colors to enhance contrast so the greens, reds, and blues really stand out. Chromapop also delivers greater definition, more natural coloration, and unmatched clarity.

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SKU: SMI00KJ
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