Smith Lowdown XL 2 Polarized Sunglasses - Men's

Smith Lowdown XL 2 Polarized Sunglasses - Men's
Smith Lowdown XL 2 Polarized Sunglasses - Men's
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Lowdown XL 2 Polarized Sunglasses - Men's by Smith
Even the most dedicated outdoor folks need a break every now and then. When casual strolls by the water and easy-going hikes are on the horizon, toss on the Smith Lowdown XL 2 Polarized Sunglasses and take in all the natural splendor you can find with enhanced colorization and total eye protection. These casual yet high-performing sunglasses are made with an eco-friendly frame material and outfitted ChromaPop lenses. ChromaPop technology works by fitering out certain wavelengths that cause color confusion, eliminating crossover and giving you a pure, well defined, richly colorful image. When your lazy day gets a little more active, no-slip nose pads keep your glasses in place for casual jogs and more strenuous trips on the trail.

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