With your newfound sense of optical clarity--thanks in part to the Smith Survey Polarized Sunglasses--you're able to survey your surroundings in stride. The Survey features a lightweight, yet durable Evolve frame, offering a barely-there fit and feel. Meanwhile, the hydrophilic nose and temple pads keep the shades secure on your face, and actually become more tacky when perspiration is involved. The Carbonic TLT lenses are polarized to cut glare, enhance color contrast, and protect your eyes 100% from the sun's harmful UV rays. So, it's kind of nice to be able to see the terrain ahead and not react in-the-moment.
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