Smith Optics Lowdown Sunglasses

The sun is out and you're soaking it up more and more, so you need a pair of sunglasses that look good, protect you from harmful rays, and can stand up to an active lifestyle. Smith Lowdown Sunglasses fit the bill, featuring a lightweight frame and crystal clear, impact-resistant lenses. But what makes these sunglasses stand out is the technology that filters wavelengths of light that cause color confusion to deliver greater definition, more natural color and clarity. It's called Chromapop, and it means that every set of lenses are tuned to deliver you the ultimate experience, whether you're on a ski slope, a mountainous hike, or driving along the interstate. Live each adventure in more detail with Smith Lowdown Sunglasses and the revolutionary Chromapop lens technology.

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