Smith Tioga ChromaPop Polarized Sunglasses

Smith Tioga ChromaPop Polarized Sunglasses
Smith Tioga ChromaPop Polarized Sunglasses
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Tioga ChromaPop Polarized Sunglasses by Smith
With its clean corners and classically shaped temple arms, the Smith Tioga Polarized Sunglasses assure you a timeless look whether you're perusing the city or meandering through small mountain town. As part of the Smith Archives collection, the Tioga touts the same classic and cool look that it did back when it was originally released in 1993. Additionally, the Tigoa features carbonic TLT lenses keep your line of sight clear, while the ChromaPop treatment enhances color, cuts glare, and provides premium optical clarity. Additionally, the polarized coating offers protection from the sun's harmful rays, and the lightweight cellulose propionate frame keeps you comfortable all day long.

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