Smith Snare Sunglasses-Women's

Smith Snare Sunglasses-Women's
Smith Snare Sunglasses-Women's
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Snare Sunglasses-Women's by Smith
The Snare Sunglasses from Smith fit into the line as a modernized retro design with updated features to enhance functionality. The Carbonic TLT lens features an anti-reflective hydroleophobic lens coating for ultimate protection against the sun's glare, and precise color contrasting.

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