Closeouts. You don't have to be waterside to enjoy Smith Optics' Riverside sunglasses; their polarchromic lenses automatically adjust to brightness by land or by sea, and protect eyes from glare with polarized lenses.
Reviewed by Boston Bob from Massachusetts on Saturday, July 19, 2014
Believe the reviews... these sunglasses are very high quality, and compete with Revo, Oakley or high end brands. The polarized Ignitor may be one of the best all-around lens there is for both bright and low light conditions. The frames aren't super high-end acetate, but acetate can be heavy and stiff, and these are comfortably light weight, but not flimsy.
Reviewed by Macky from Texas on Tuesday, May 13, 2014
I really like these sunglasses. The fit is just right. I bought them to use for driving and they are very clear and I like the color adjustment which is not too great, but seems right for the situation.
Reviewed by flyrodn1 from Iowa on Wednesday, January 29, 2014
I have been wearing Smith specs for years. Order pair for fishing trip, liked the fit but the glasses had scratched lenses and I believe they were worn and returned by someone else. I returned them as well and hopefully they will be sold as damaged goods.