You split your time between exploring the outdoors and indulging in city life, and you need a pair of sunglasses that can do the same. Luckily, you've found that in the Smith Rounder Polarized ChromaPop Sunglasses. Their shape is inspired by vintage alpine sunglasses, so they feel at home in the mountains, but with a contemporary update that won't make them seem out of place at an outdoor concert of brewpub patio. Evolve frame material keeps them extremely lightweight for active comfort, and hydrophilic nose and temples pads prevent them from slipping when you're working up a sweat on the trail. ChromaPop lenses enhance contrast and make colors pop to enhance your enjoyment of stunning skylines and majestic mountain vistas. Plus, the lenses are polarized to eliminate glare when you're on a snow-capped peak or shimmering lake.
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