Smith's Facet sunglasses fit in as well with your beach cruiser as they do with your work clothes. They're made from Smith's eco-friendly Evolve material so you'll look great while supporting the world around you too. Hydrophilic nose pads keep these optics from sliding off your face, even when wet, and Smith's amazingly impact-resistant lenses protect your eyes from the sun's glare. The lenses also feature an extra anti-scratch coating to keep these specs looking and functioning their best.
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|Apple Tortoise w/Polarized Brown Gradient||00715757431143||FAPPBRGAT||4386625|
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I have a ton of Smith sunglasses and was happy to add this to my stockpile. The frames are sweet and the ChromaPop lenses are unreal. They will blow your mind on a fall day in the mountains. I got the Apple Tortoise frames, which look really cool. The only problem is the clear/white backing on the Apple Tortoise tends to cause a flickering in your peripheral view when you are driving in the car, which often triggers migraines for me. So anyone with photosensitivity be warned of the pairs with the white/clear backing, but for everyone else, these are super cool and I highly recommend them.
I have the Evolve series Facet glasses in Desert Rose. I have an oval shaped face, medium blonde hair and brown eyes. They LOOK fantastic! The lenses are not very dark so on super bright days they're not enough. But mtn. biking in the day through trees they're great and they fit with my helmet. The gaps between the frames and my face let in light. It may be the color but they do reflect light back into my eyes like a mirror at just the right angle facing the sun. So, if you just want to put your best face forward, they're perfect, but if you're looking for sport glasses, you'll need a different pair! I've loved all 4 pair of my Smiths.