Smith Lowdown Steel Chromapop Sunglasses

Smith Lowdown Steel Chromapop Sunglasses
Smith Lowdown Steel Chromapop Sunglasses
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Lowdown Steel Chromapop Sunglasses by Smith
Throw on the Lowdown Steel Chromapop Sunglasses on your morning commute to work or in Lake Powell on a weekend trip for a modern take on the classic wayfarer design. The durable and lightweight frame paired with hydrophilic nose and temple pads offer a comfortable fit for all day use, and Chromapop lenses provide clarity and color separation for optimum definition.

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SKU: SMI00LI
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