Smith Transfer ChromaPop Polarized Sunglasses

Smith Transfer ChromaPop Polarized Sunglasses
Smith Transfer ChromaPop Polarized Sunglasses
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Transfer ChromaPop Polarized Sunglasses by Smith
Built with Smith's QuickFit temples, the Transfer Chromapop Polarized Sunglasses are fully adjustable in fit and feel, allowing you to tighten them up no the water and loosen them back when you're relaxing on shore. QuickFit temples have a built-in wire core, so you can bend them back and forth as much as you'd like without compromising the frame's strength and integrity. Smith's Chromapop polarized lens boosts optical clarity and color rendition, so you can see everything in crystal clarity without distracting glare fatiguing your eyes when you're fishing, hiking, and enjoying yourself in bright lighting. Megol nose and temple pads provide a secure, non-slip fit, even if you get them wet with passing showers, sea spray, and misty maritime conditions.

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SKU: SMI00HP
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