About Smith Optics Rambler Sunglasses - Polarized
Closeouts. Smith Optics Rambler sunglasses are made for anyone who loves the road less traveled. Glare-reducing Carbonic TLT lenses and a wraparound Evolve frame let you appreciate the scenery, wherever the urge to wander may take you.
Specs about Smith Optics Rambler Sunglasses - Polarized
- Lens material: Carbonic TLT
- Frame material: Evolve (Rilsan® made from castor plants)
- Lens features: Polarized
- Extra lenses: None
- Base curvature: 8 Base
- Frame fit: Medium
- Lens coverage: Large
- Temple to temple: 5"
- Light transmission: 15%
- UV blocking: 100% UVB,100% UVA
- Weight: 1 oz.
- Made in China
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by PensacolaJack from Cortez, FL on Saturday, May 24, 2014The quality, fit, size and style of these sun glasses was just what I was looking for and combined with the sale price and reliable shipping and service from Sierra Trading made them the best deal I could find. I'm happy with the purchase and will be doing more business with Sierra Trading.
Reviewed by Oleherb from Virginia on Monday, May 19, 2014Bought this for my wife.............she loved everything about them...fit, weight, glare reduction, looks..........she layed them on the checkout counter this morning at the grocery store...........gone...............I just ordered her another pair just like them.....thanks STP for still having them available and at a great price too.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Maxim1912 from Colorado on Wednesday, April 23, 2014Good glass, good fit, good price, perfect polarized lenses, what's not to love?
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Great Lakes Kayaker from Michigan on Wednesday, April 23, 2014I've owned Smiths for several years, and my old pairs finally were no longer wearable (glass lenses cracked, frames bent, hinge screws stripped). OK - I probably abused them. I like the Smiths for the optic quality mainly. I've had cheaper pairs that were not quite as comfortable, and I find myself reaching for the Smiths unless I just want a pair to shove in the backpack in case there's sunshine (I live in Michigan, so it's kind of rare).
These glasses are very lightweight compared to my last pairs that had glass lenses. They sit on the face well and tend not to try to exit off the end of the nose even if I'm running or looking down. Some temples press too hard on the side of my head and give me sore spots after an hour or so of wear, but these do not. We are moving to Arizona next month and I thought I deserved a good pair of sunglasses, and these fit the bill. Great quality eyewear, and at the Sierra price, I could afford to buy two pair. Thanks Sierra!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by susurrus from North Dakota on Saturday, April 19, 2014These are my first pair of non-gas station sunglasses, but I bought them after my previous pair lasted me over 5 years. I went with the amber lenses because I've heard people rave about them for fishing, sunny days, and cloudy days.
-So far, optically, these are flawless. No distortions, very clear, smooth polarization, and frame is invisible to the wearer due to large lenses.
-Lightweight and no strain on my nose even after wearing for long hours.
-I have a smaller face (5" temple to temple, and they fit as described in the specs). They are very square shaped, and look more like fishing glasses than the average style of Smiths. Also, thankfully, the white bar that shows up in the STP image is just a reflection. There is not a white design there.
-These glasses are very light, almost to the point that they feel cheap.
-The frames make contact all the way around my face (fit well), and actually form a pretty tight seal that causes fogging on cool mornings.
-The amber lenses only come with the reddish brown frames which look a little too flamboyant for my taste.
I would definitely buy another pair at the STP prices, but I do not think they feel worth the original retail price.