Smith Snare Polarized Sunglasses-Women's

Smith Snare Polarized Sunglasses-Women's
Smith Snare Polarized Sunglasses-Women's
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Snare Polarized Sunglasses-Women's by Smith
Stay sharp on sunny days with the Snare Sunglasses, which feature modernized retro-round style and an eco-friendly construction. Polarized for your pleasure, you can take these shades on trips to the river or ocean and relish in glare-free vistas as you explore.

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