Smith Optics Trailblazer Sunglasses - Polarized ChromaPop Lenses
About Smith Optics Trailblazer Sunglasses - Polarized ChromaPop Lenses
Closeouts. Smith Optics' Trailblazer sunglasses offer a view of the world in epic color. With a minimal frame for unobstructed views and ChromaPop polarized lenses that reduce glare and enhance color, you get outstanding optical clarity for your global adventures.
Specs about Smith Optics Trailblazer Sunglasses - Polarized ChromaPop Lenses
- Lens material: ChromaPop TLT (polycarbonate)
- Frame material: Evolve (Rilsan made from castor plants)
- Lens features: Polarized
- Style: Wrap,Rimless
- Extra lenses: None
- Base curvature: 8 Base
- Frame fit: Medium
- Lens coverage: Medium
- Temple to temple: 5-1/8"
- Light transmission: 14%
- UV blocking: 100% UVB,100% UVA
- Carry case: Hard
- Weight: 0.6 oz.
- Made in Italy
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by odysseus from Nashville, TN on Thursday, May 5, 2016What I like best: these glasses are featherweight light, stay put on my face, and keep the ambient sunlight out of the corners of my eyes. The design is sleek and the branding is fairly discrete. I can't speak to the technology behind 'Chromapop', but colors are more deeply saturated even if they are slightly darker in value. The contrast is better from the polarization, so that the lighter, hazier values are screened out. The lenses clean easily and seem like they'll hold up well over time. The nosepiece is flexible but not adjustable, but they sit comfortably on the nose. The case is semi-soft, so I wouldn't jam it in some luggage or stuff it in a glovebox, but it does have a microfiber pouch and wipecloth included. The case also has a neon green accent and the words 'Smith Optics Since 1995' screened in large type on the cover. Great deal for the price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dude from Montana on Monday, March 21, 2016I had high hopes for these sunglasses, especially since they carry the Smith Optics badge. The glasses fit fine. Unfortunately, something with the right lens was off. Looking at an object straight ahead, everything was great. While remaining focused on an object straight ahead and then turning my head to the left, the right lens completely blurred out. The same was not true for the left lens when I turned my head to the right. Must have been something to do with the polarization layer of the right lens?
Needless to say, these glasses went back to STP.