Locate that lunker in the reeds while protecting yourself from glare by sliding on the Smith Longfin Polarized Chromapop Sunglasses. The polarized Chromapop lenses cut glare from the water so that you can see any fish that may be lurking in the depths below, while small side shields add protection from annoying glare sneaking in behind your lenses. Additionally Auto-lock hinges work with hydrophilic temple and nose pads to create a secure fit so that you are never scooping your spectacles out of the creek after a big cast.
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