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|Smith Guides Choice Polarchromic Sunglasses - Men's
Guides don't get to pick the days they go out. A guide faces every imaginable weather condition and his or her equipment has to hold up. Smith designed the Guide's Choice Sunglasses to be tough enough to handle Mother Nature's wrath so your eyes don't have to.
|Smith Pivlock Arena Sunglasses - Men's
Ever gotten a bug in your eye when you're descending at 50mph? Kind of a bummer, but with Smith's Pivlock Arena Sunglasses, you'll never have to worry about it again. The Pivlock offers an enormous and uninterrupted field of view thanks to its bridgeless wraparound design, along with the crystal...
|Smith Pivlock Overdrive Sunglasses - Men's
With three different lenses for any light condition, you'll be able to see the stunned looks on the faces of your competitors as you fly by in the Smith Pivlock Overdrive Sunglasses. The frames are designed to work with your bike and ski helmets, as well as your running hats and straw golf hats,...
|Smith Pivlock Overdrive Sunglasses - Polarized - Men's
You bike across Moab's beautiful landscape all day long with the lightest pack possible and the utmost speed, and you need a pair of sunglasses that help you see the challenges that lay on that dirty trail, but you also don't have the space for different sunglasses throughout the day. Smith...
|Smith PivLock V2 Sunglasses - Men's
Building on the simplicity and hugely versatile lens-swapping technology of their legendary Sliders, the Smith Pivlock V-system of lens interchangeability is a natural and elegant optical evolution. The merits of this design allowed Smith to go blow-for-blow with some of the most entrenched...
|Smith PIVLock V90 Sunglasses - Men's
Smith crafted their sports glasses reputation on replaceable lenses. Remember Smith Sliders? These Pivlock V90 glasses are a natural evolution, though they use an entirely different system. The one piece lens has specialized slots where the temple/hinge inserts, then pivots into a locked position...