With a sweeping profile and sport-influenced wrap, the Smith Challis Matte Tortoise/ChromaPop+ Polarized Bronze Mirror Sunglasses are perfect for those seeking a tighter fit and a slightly smaller lens profile.
This 8-base wrap utilizes Smith's premium ChromaPop and Techlite glass lens technologies for unparalleled optical clarity.
Integrating premium spring hinges into the thin, flexible temples, this piece is perfect to accompany you down the road less traveled.
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- ChromaPop polarized lenses/Techlite polarized glass TLT lenses
- Anti-Reflective and Hydrophobic Lens Coatings: The hydrophobic coating repels moisture, grease and grime. A barrier between your lenses and the world. Water will bead up and disperse without streaking. Smudges from fingerprints are wiped clean easily
- Medium-large fit/coverage
- Stainless steel spring hinges
- 8 Base Lens Curvature: The base curve is the radius of the sphere measured from the back of the lens. Smith features styles with 6, 8, and 9 base lens curvature. Models that include 6 base tend to be more flat relative to your face front. While 9 base styles provide the maximum amount of wrap around your face
- Evolve Frame Material: An environmentally friendly sunglass frame material that is lightweight and durable
- Smith's proprietary ChromaPop lens technology enhances clarity and natural color to let you effortlessly see more detail. Precisely aligned polarization filters out 99.9% of glare. More detail gives you the advantage needed to perform confidently and have more fun. Provides 100% protection from harmful UVA/B/C rays
- ChromaPop Polarized Bronze Mirror lens creates a color-enhanced visual experience like no other mirror lens you've seen. Intensified reds, blues and greens result in almost 3D-like visuals
- VLT* for this pair sunglasses = 15%
*Visible Light Transmission (VLT): The amount of light that reaches the eye after passing through the lens is measured as a percentage. All-purpose sunglasses, for example, typically range in VLT from 15 to 25%, while those designed for scaling a glacier, where the light is blindingly bright, range in VLT from 4 to 10%. Watersport sunglasses typically have a VLT somewhere in between, depending on the particular condition for which they're designed