Combining a metal eye wire with vintage propionate material, the subtle cat-eye shape of the Smith Rebel Sunglasses is reborn.
While others speak of borrowing retro-styling and vintage vibe, the Rebel remains true to when it was first released in 1988.
- Barrel hinges
- Medium fit/medium coverage
- Cellulose propionate frame material
- Adjustable wire-core temple
- Carbonic TLT Lenses: Engineered to be the most impact resistant lens material in the world. Injection molded with Tapered Lens Technology (TLT) for optical precision and a high level of protection
VLT* for this pair sunglasses = 25%
*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