Smith ChromaPop Sunglasses


Normally the eye has trouble distinguishing colors where the blue/green and the green/red wavelengths cross over. ChromaPop filters these specific crossovers for greater definition, natural color, and clarity.

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Smith Wildcat Polarized Sunglasses


Featuring a durable surface treatment that filters out and blocks certain light waves, polarized sunglasses cut glare and improve contrast while reducing eye fatigue.

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Smith PhotoChromic Performance Sunglasses


PhotoChromic or light-sensitive lenses automatically adjust their tint when exposed to sunlight, getting darker in bright conditions and lighter in shadier or darker conditions.

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Our proprietary Evolve™ material incorporates 53% bio-based material into our injected polymer sunglasses. Smith sunglasses are the largest eco-friendly sunglasses collection in the world.

Smith CORE frame material is made entirely from recycled water bottles. A total of 5 to be exact.

Resilient, tough, and flexible. Grilamid® TR90 is an exceedingly light and durable plastic that will maintain its shape under all temperature conditions.

A 33-step handcrafted process that features the inclusion of wire-core temples for a customized fit. A huge variety of rich color combinations that possess depth and have a distinct character are made possible with this material.

Combining injected or acetate materials, some frames in the collection also incorporate lightweight, stainless steel temples. This gives a modern look while including performance features to enhance the user experience. 

Ultra lightweight with an immaculate fit. Classic silhouettes constructed with premium stainless steel or sculpted alloy metal frames. Adjustable silicone or optical nose pads provide all-day comfort.

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Customizable Options

Fine-tune your kit with additional or replacement lenses for sunny conditions, variable conditions, and cloudy conditions.

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How to Care for Your Sunglasses 

For day-to-day smudges, we recommend gently wiping your lenses with a microfiber lens cloth in a circular motion, but for big days out on dusty or muddy trails you might want to take another tactic. 

One of the most common ways lenses get scratched is when someone attempts to rub them clean when they have dirt, dust, or sand on the lens, which can rub the abrasive material across the lens. Prevent this by blowing any dust off of your lens before cleaning or by giving your lenses a rinse in room temp water, and if needed, using a little bit of mild soap (choose a very gentle cleanser with no lotion or harsh additives) on your finger to gently clean any stubborn sunscreen spots or fingerprint smudges. Once your lenses are dirt-free and you’ve rinsed off any soap, let them air dry or dry them gently with soft cotton or optical cleaning cloth.