Smith Tioga Carbonic Sunglasses

Smith Tioga Carbonic Sunglasses
Smith Tioga Carbonic Sunglasses
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Tioga Carbonic Sunglasses by Smith
It's been over 20 years since the Smith Tioga Sunglasses were released, and their clean, classic look still hasn't gone out of style. This vintage model, which was originally released in 1993, has been brought back this year as part of the Smith Archives collection. While the style may be unchanged, Smith updated the materials to improve comfort and vision. Carbonic TLT lenses keep your vision clear, and the cellulose propionate frame is lightweight so it doesn't fatigue your face.

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