Smith Haywire ChromaPop Sunglasses

Smith Haywire ChromaPop Sunglasses
Smith Haywire ChromaPop Sunglasses
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Haywire ChromaPop Sunglasses by Smith
The Smith Haywire Chromapop Sunglasses are a semi-rimmed pair of shades that feature modern-vintage style and the color-enhancing technology of ChromaPop. Enjoy vivid-hued clarity as you ride around town, and take advantage of the anti-reflective coatings that reduce glare and protect your lenses from dust, dirt, and oil. Extra-grippy nose pads keep these shades from slipping, while the auto-lock hinges ensure a personalized, comfortable fit.

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SKU: SMI00KM
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