Smith Optics furthers the evolution of their best-selling angling-specific frame with the introduction of the new Guide’s Choice XL. The XL version has all the same features as the original fan-favorite, but with an extra-large fit. The aggressive 8-base frames offer unmatched sun protection. They come in two options of color-boosting ChromaPop lenses, each with glare-cutting polarization. Megol pads and spring hinges prevent these shades from slipping off your face. There’s also an integrated leash, so there’s no losing them to the water. Available in your choice of ChromaPop polarized poly lenses or ChromaPop glass polarized lenses. ChromaPop polarized poly lenses cut glare and enhance color and contrast. ChromaPop glass polarized lenses cut glare and enhance color and contrast and are highly scratch-resistant. The Evolve bio-based frame material is lightweight and durable.
Don’t be fooled by the clean aesthetics. Smith’s new women-specific frames, Joya and Rockaway, have all the style of your everyday shades, but these performance sunglasses keep up with life on the water. They boost color and cut glare, useful for spotting the next big catch or enjoying a SUP session squint-free. The lightweight frames come with Megol pads for grip as well as spring hinges, which self-adjust for a customized fit. And so you never lose them to the water, we included a PivLock leash retainer. It seamlessly attaches to the frames to keep them secure. Available in your choice of ChromaPop polarized or ChromaPop glass polarized lenses. ChromaPop polarized lenses cut glare and enhance color and contrast. ChromaPop glass polarized lenses cut glare and enhance color and contrast and are highly scratch-resistant.
Based in Portland, OR, Smith Optics, Inc. was founded in 1965 with the creation of the first-ever goggle featuring a sealed thermal lens and breathable vent foam. In the early years, founder Dr. Bob Smith, an orthodontist by trade, made goggles by hand using dental tools, foam and glue. Before he struck a deal for manufacturing of Smith goggles in the late 60’s, Smith would often trade his creations for lift tickets. These early prototypes were usually manufactured by Smith and friends around the kitchen table. Today, Smith Optics has become synonymous with innovative, durable, top-quality products in the eyewear and goggle market. The company is also recognized for its unparalleled team roster, which boasts some of the top names in biking, motocross, skiing, snowboarding, surfing, skateboarding and wakeboarding. Like many other companies, Smith utilizes team input as a key element of new product introductions. In addition, however, Smith athletes are actively involved in the development process for performance testing and coloration selection.
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