Smith Wildcat Chromapop Sunglasses

Smith Wildcat Chromapop Sunglasses
Smith Wildcat Chromapop Sunglasses
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Wildcat Chromapop Sunglasses by Smith
The Smith Wildcat Chromapop Sunglasses blend the coverage of ski goggles with the airflow of normal sunglasses to keep you comfier as you bike trails and roads. The lens is as innovative as the style is original, with Chromapop technology filtering out crossover colors to enhance contrast so the greens, reds, and blues really stand out. Chromapop also delivers greater definition, more natural coloration, and unmatched clarity. The hybrid frame combines durable TR90 with flexible TPU at the temples for a solid fit regardless of your face shape, and the nose pads are adjustable to stay secure.

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SKU: SMI00KF
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