Smith Langley Sunglasses - Women's

Smith Langley Sunglasses - Women's
Smith Langley Sunglasses - Women's
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Langley Sunglasses - Women's by Smith
Constant squinting may have been a mandatory trait of all gunslingers in classic westerns, but it's a look best left to your parents' VHS collection. Case in point, be sure to don the Smith Women's Langley Sunglasses when you step out on the sun-drenched streets of Laredo. This modern take on the classic aviator motif weaves feminine lines with a sturdy metal frame and medium fit, so you don't have to sport a push broom over your upper lip just to pull these aviators off. Smith fitted these shades with its Carbonic TLT lenses for a distortion-free view and impact-resistant performance. And if that wasn't enough to win you over, Smith added adjustable nose pads that are specifically designed to not get snagged on your hair for a comfortable fit and feel.

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SKU: SMI00CS
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