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Smith Challis Polarized Polarchromic ChromaPop+ Sunglasses
SmithChallis Polarized Polarchromic ChromaPop+ Sunglasses

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The Challis Sunglasses are a sleeker, smaller version of the ever-popular Carlson sunglasses, and they feature Smith's remarkable Techlite polarchromic glass lenses. Polarchromic combines glare-free polarization with tint-adjusting photochromic technology for the best optical experience that Smith offers. Techlite glass offers water-friendly protection and natural scratch-resistance, and Smith coated the glass in anti-reflective and water-resistant coatings for a long-lasting optimal performance. The frame features lightweight Evolve material, rust-resistant stainless steel spring hinges, a wraparound eight base curvature, and hydrophilic nose and temple pads for a secure grip.

Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • Techlite polarchromic glass lenses
  • ChromoPop+ photochromic and polarized
  • Anti-reflective and hydroleophobic coatings
  • Evolve frame
  • Stainless steel spring hinges
  • Hydrophilic nose and temple pads
  • Detachable sunglasses leash included
  • Please see size chart for lens tint information
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For a smaller face and bigger fish

    Live in Colorado high country and I can sight fish with these better than anything else I've tried. Got a smallish face so the 'guides choice' model was out of the question and these fit like a glove. My job requires that I'm catching every detail in the outdoors and when I had a pair of these frames with the copper mirror lens stolen from my golf cart I made it 24 hours before I had to replace them for my sanity. They hold well on my head when I run and cross country ski. Smashed my face face into a a windshield in a snow plow and popped out both my lens and the frame and lenses were fine- not even scratch Never have trouble tracking a golf ball flying high in this thin air up here.