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D is for 'da big lens.

You can have an ultralight bike, a dynamite suspension, or the stand-out trail shoes, but those won't help you see better when the clouds cover the sun. Add a few colors to your arsenal with the Smith Parallel D Max Replacement Lenses and then focus on how your other gear is performing. Impact-resistant Carbonic material and Smith's Tapered Lens Technology (TLT) makes these lenses the choice for those who push the limits of their sports and require a crystal clear view.

  • Note: not all options are polarized—see drop-down menu for a list polarized and non-polarized color variants


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Has anyone tried using these D lenses with...

Has anyone tried using these D lenses with Max or Regular frames? It seems like the connections are probably the same, just the lens coverage is larger depending on which version. I have Parallel Max frames and would love to be able to put D Max lenses in them for when I'm in the backcountry, regular max frames for day to day life.

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Not sure if this will help, but I know the Smith Factor sunglasses are interchangeable. I bought a pair of Factor frames and use Factor D-Max frames in them with no problems.

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Yes. I've done it and it works. The lenses are just a spec short and a loose. It works and looks fine for normal use, but I wouldn't use the combo when doing any kind of super active sport.