Smith sunglasses exhibit a real passion for the craft. With luxury brands, it's easy to see if somebody's heart just wasn't in it. There are always a couple, once in a while, that you just know is bad. But not these Smiths. Each of these Smith sunglasses is defined and refined enough to put across a purpose – a raison d'etre.
These Smith optics are truly beautiful, even if they don't look so at first. The Smith Chemist/S might seem bolted and rugged, but that masks a more see-through interior, and the arms are angled for deflection. Either of the unisex blue and pink can be worn hot or cold, night or day, inside or out. Shiny, glossy, but disarmingly playful, the Chemist/S is not just a pair of optics, it is an artful statement about life and the human condition.
For a breath of fresh air, take a look at the Smith Mastermind. In matte crystal with blue mirrored lenses, you're ready for whatever the world wants to throw at you. The glare reducing polarized lens would make this perfect for lakeside running, or walking the length of a river.
Smith sunglasses for saleWe have a whole range of sports sunglasses, so never fear if Smith doesn't sing quite the right tones. Browse on through the selection. Some Smith sunglasses have features like floating lenses, but it's entirely understandable if you want a brand that can offer some slightly different ones. Find the ones that strike an emotional chord with you.
Speaking of emotional chords, how's the Smith Super Method for honest? You want big glasses, and you want them to wrap around your face. And you want to look good while you're doing it. Good on Smith, because Smith can get you there.
The lenses are bigger than typical lenses, and so the arms also took an upsizing. What this gives is an ability to style with proportions you might never have thought possible. The Smith Super Method is more than a pair of sunglasses, it's a style tool.
Just like the best of them, these sunglasses are made in Italy, with polarized lenses. While it won't take your prescription, it will keep harmful glare out while driving, or while you're anywhere near water, ice or snow. Glare is just light thrown off things at annoying angles, and what polarization does it put up reflectors at those angles. Everything still gets through that should, but not as much gets through that shouldn't.