The Smith Pivlock Over-Drive Chromapop Sunglasses are designed to take your game to the next level, providing premium optical clarity and adaptive protection, so you're able to focus on the task at hand, rather than your shades. The most important part about the shades is their Chromapop lens technology which intuitively adapts to terrain at hand, enhances color contrast, reduces glare, and protects your eyes from the sun's harmful rays (to put it plainly). Additionally, the Over-Drive is equipped with interchangable lenses and two-way adjustable nose pads which provide you with a custom-like fit, meaning you're able to adapt to bright light or flat alike. And since you'll most likely be outside, slathering on sunscreen won't prohibit your shades from performing: the hydroleophobic coating on the lenses resists water and grime build-up so you can see clearly for miles ahead. And, not to mention, the hydrophilic nose and temple pads actually grip a little more securely when you start to sweat. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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