Smith Serpico 2 Slim ChromaPop Sunglasses

Smith Serpico 2 Slim ChromaPop Sunglasses
Smith Serpico 2 Slim ChromaPop Sunglasses
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Serpico 2 Slim ChromaPop Sunglasses by Smith
Sporting a unique blend of classic aviator styling and a sporty wrap, the Smith Serpico 2 Slim ChromaPop Sunglasses combine performance and style to take on everything from hikes in the mountains to afternoons on the beach. Essentially the same sunglasses as the Serpico 2, this Slim version is just a downsized version that gives people with smaller faces the chance to enjoy these distinctive shades. Offering an improved fit over the original Serpico Slims, the Serpico 2 Slim sunglasses boast an improved temple design and tailor fit adjustable nosepads for a comfier, more secure fit. Beyond that, they also sport ChromaPop lenses, which increase contrast and make colors pop for vivid vision that makes any view more enjoyable.

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SKU: SMI00HF
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