Product Details

    Vision


  • ChromaPop™ polarized lenses cut glare and enhance color and contrast

  • Smudge and moisture resistant coating for easy cleaning and clear optics

  • Anti-reflective coating improves clarity and reduces eye strain

  • 100% UV protection

  • Fit / Integration


  • Medium-large fit, large coverage

  • 8-base lens curvature offers a wraparound fit

  • Easy-adjust QuickFit temples for a stay-put fit

  • Megol temple and nose pads provide non-slip grip so glasses stay put

  • Frame


  • Evolve™ bio-based frame material is lightweight and durable

  • AutoLock hinges hold frames open for easy one-hand on and off

  • Compatible with sunglass leash

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Description

You're all about time on the water, it's that simple. This XL version of our Smith Transfer sunglasses has a larger fit for those who need it. These sunglasses are designed with a full-coverage 8-base curve and ChromaPop™ polarized lenses. Adjustable wire-core temples provide flexibility, comfort, and optimal fit regardless of your head size. And since it's likely you'll reach for these shades every time you head to the water, grippy nose pads and leash compatibility makes sure you'll never lose them to the waves.

Description

Transfer XL

Price reduced from $169.00 to $118.30
Item No. 200669DLD64XE
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Designed to be a fly fishing lens for the mountain streams of the Rockies, our copper lens proved to be far more versatile and useful. One of our most color-contrasting lenses, and now boosted with ChromaPop color enhancement technology, this lens really delivers an amplified experience maximizing clarity and helping you effortlessly see more detail. This lens is polarized and built on our carbonic platform. Provides 100% protection from harmful UVA/B/C rays. VLT = 10

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