Smith Attack Max ChromaPop Sunglasses
SmithAttack Max ChromaPop Sunglasses

Don't hold back.

Smith designed its Attack Max ChromaPop Sunglasses for cyclists that aren't always the most willing to hang back in the pack. Their aerodynamic profile and streamlined designed are better suited to leading the peloton than drafting towards the back. Aerodynamics aside, the Attack Max Sunglasses also offer cyclists a crisp field of vision thanks to ChromaPop technology. Smith's flagship lenses reduce color confusion while filtering harmful UV rays for a crisper field of view and better color contrasts. The actual shape of the lenses increase the coverage area for added protection from wind, light, and debris, and the frameless front is designed to integrate with Smith cycling helmets for a gap-free fit and enhanced ventilation. These sunglasses are equipped with Smith's quick-release MAG interchangeable system and come with an extra pair of ChromaPop lenses to accommodate different light conditions.

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  • Aerodynamic sunglasses for road cycling and racing
  • ChromaPop lenses reduce color confusion for better contrast
  • Quick-release MAG interchangeable lens system
  • Additional ChromaPop lenses included for different light conditions
  • Expanded field of view protects from wind and debris
  • Nose pad can be adjusted between two positions for snug fit
  • Frameless front integrates with Smith helmets and aids ventilation
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Look Fast- Ride Fast

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you want to be faster, one way is to look faster and these sunnies are perfect for that. I really like the new arms that clip on and off, my one concern was they fell off my helmet and one arm popped off and I was glad I wasnt actively riding. They also fogged up a lot on my rides, I am still not sure if it is the sunglasses to helmet combination, or the humidity and sweating, But otherwise I look fast and feel fast with the black and white stripped glasses.

Good Got Better

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been a pivlock fan for years, the big lenses on the Max versions and the frameless design make them the best riding glasses I have found for maximum eye protection and minimum interference. The old pivlocks were already stupid easy to swap lenses, but with these they went and made it easier. Wasn't really necessary in my opinion, but I'm a moron and lost my pivlocks last summer so I was happy to take the upgrade.

Great optics, and very comfortable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: n/a

I got the white frame / red chromapop lenses. Superbly comfortable and excellent optics, they perform well and you do not notice you are wearing them, which is the highest compliment I can give any piece of cycling kit.

The frameless design means nothing to obstruct your view of the ground in front of you or to get in your way when you're on the drops and looking through the tops of the glasses. I have a high forehead and large face so they don't come anywhere near my helmet. YMMV

I can't say that I love the look of them off the bike, but that's hardly relevant; I don't wear bib shorts off the bike either. For their intended purpose they are outstanding. The included low-light lenses are a nice touch as well.

Seriously so good

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: n/a

I've been wearing these now for about half a season and love them. The full coverage and visibility is better than any glasses I've tried. And the ability to swap lenses in less than 30 seconds (I timed myself) is worth every penny. The only downside I have noticed: I have gotten them to fog when I am working super hard on a cold morning (think snow). They were quick to unfog themselves though.

Unanswered Question

Do you have any sunglasses that are magnified at the bottom of the lens for reading? Thanks!