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Glare sucks. Take it out of your life forever with Smith's Polarized Pavilion sunglasses. The lightweight, shatter-resistant carbonic lenses offer outstanding, distortion-free optics, and the timeless styling won't need replacing any time soon.

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Great glasses great glasses

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Great glasses, the only problem is that they do not have any grips on the nose or ear pieces, slip off occasionally. Otherwise they are great!


All day, everyday.

    These glasses are a great do it all sunglasses from Smith. They are awesome for driving, light enough for biking, and polarized for fly fishing. If you are looking fro one pair for glasses for all day use, look to the Pavilion if you have a medium sized face.



    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    I use these everyday, but I am loving them while fishing. You can't beat the lifetime warranty either.


    Great Glasses

      I have the havana/brown lens and they work great! I like the higher contrast the brown lens gives me, makes cloudy days brighter and yet I don't have to strain my eyes on the sunny ones. I just wish they had nose pads to prevent sliding when I start to sweat. I tried on a ton of Native glasses because they had the temple and nose pads, but they just didn't fit on my face well. I have a medium sized head, hat size is around 7.5-7.75.


      Polarized is Great!

        The lenses on these sunglasses are great. They tend to look a bit like your old school Oakleys, but they'd be awesome for doing sports related stuff.


        Great glasses

          I have a big head (size 8 hat) and these sunglasses fit great! Good quality lens, and frame is not to bulky at all. I can see these fitting well on someone with a slightly smaller head than mine as well.

          are the lenses on the larger side? in other words, would you consider them a full coverage lens capable of deflecting flying debris while skiing/mountain biking?

          Jesse: The lens are on the larger side and cover most of your eyes, at least I don't see any non-polarized light leaking through my peripheral. There are no nose pads, so depending on what type of mountain biking you are doing they may have the tendency to slide off. I use these glasses for most my activities, just not something that is going to jerk me around in fear of losing them in the water or something.