Reviewed by Saratoga Kid from Saratoga Springs, NY on Saturday, March 21, 2015
The Outlier glasses and the Mastermind glasses are nearly identical.........the difference being the Mastermind's are a larger frame and that's all. If you have a smaller face/head the Outlier might be a better choice and a much better fit and look. Smith makes one of the best sunglasses and frames in my opinion.......very stylish and sharp looking with flawless lenses. The ChromoPop lens offer a bit brighter and clearer view but at a premium cost. If you can purchase them when STP is offering coupon savings then its a much better buy. I bought 4 different glasses to do a comparison and they all performed flawlessly on sunlit snowbanks and bright clouds with blue skies. Regardless of whatever ones you buy you can't go wrong and won't be disappointed in any way. All the lenses are polarized and all come with stickers on them that say their polarized. For the money in my opinion Smith Optics are the best bang for the buck..........Get them........you won't be sorry.........Good Luck!!!
Reviewed by rock012182 from Wyoming on Saturday, February 28, 2015
I have been trying to find some glasses to fit my narrow head, and these aren't it. I have been a die-hard Smith fan but all of their new glasses are so square and wide (Chemist, Mastermind, Outlier) and fit funny and have a big gap between the bottom of the glasses and cheek. I tried the Mastermind and the Outlier. The Mastermind is a bigger eyepiece than the Outlier, but the frame is the same shape. They would probably look good on a wider face and head but not a narrow one. These glasses have no curve to the front of the frame and I wouldn't consider them a wrap around type glasses. The positive side is they have nice glass in them. They just aren't for me.