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Smith Serpico Sunglasses

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    37 Reviews


    You may not even recognize yourself.

    Go undercover in the Smith Serpico Sunglasses. These bold metal-framed aviators hide your true identity, unless you really are a renegade cop on a mission. Smith adds their TLT technology to the lenses, covering your eyes with 100% UV protection and distortion-free optical clarity. If you have to go incognito for a few days, there's no better way than with the Serpico.

    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.

    • Item #SMI0230

    Tech Specs

    Interchangeable Lens
    Face Size
    Nose Pads
    yes, silicone
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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

    This is my second pair. My first pair got virtical rub marks from the frame arms which wouldn't scrub out. Love that these aren't polerized so they work with car's head up display.

    Classic Design, Smith Quality

      These sunglasses offer a classic aviator design for a great casual look and are backed by Smith's high quality construction. These are my second pair after the first survived two years of heavy use. I went with gunmetal/gray this time. Also keep an eye out for the slim and polarized variations.

      I love them but,...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The arms tend to hit inside of the lens marking them up, just be careful with them. Other than that, they rule. I would not use these for hiking, skiing, biking etc. These are nice for going out & having fine with you buddies.

      Look nice, not that tough

        These lasted me for about three months of aggressive use. I liked the way they looked, but had to return them when the frame broke. I've been happier with the durability of some oakleys that I've owned, but then again Oakley customer service sucks. With the Smith warranty, and BC's awesome return policy, these are probably a good choice.

        Classic Aviator Style

          These are some sweet "hang-time" glasses. Light and comfortable with classic frame style. If you like frames a bit larger, look at the Showdown.

          Medium Fit / Large Coverage

          Carbonic TLT Lenses

          Metal Frame Construction

          Adjustable Silicone Nose Pads

          9x3 Toric Lens Curvature

          Frame Measurements 66-13-120

          on my 3rd or 4th pair

            I continue to order these glasses over and over again. I've had them in gold, silver and gunmetal(my current fav). They are on the more delicate side and once bent are never quite the same. As mentioned below, the tips of the arms do scratch the lens after a while. Regardless these are awesome glasses and look good on everyone I've seen try them.

            go purple baby

            I know it sounds cheesy- but the purple mirror are so bitchin'!! I would never have picked them out originally-put them on as a joke- haven't taken them off... they're my favs

            go purple baby

            Cool, but Too Much Visual DiStOrtioN

              These sunglasses look super-cool. A hair on the large side, but very sleek and sexy. That they curve a little around the side unlike other aviators is a bonus, adding additional coverage.

              Unfortunately, there's enough visual distortion for me to send them back. Granted I'm picky, but visual distortion is big to me. These gave me a little vertigo/nausea, as though I were walking underwater. There's slight discoloration along the periphery, too, which contributes to the effect. I called Backcountry and the representative was fantastic, recommending (for the visual-distortion sensitive folks like me) more precise lenses like Oakley.

              Are the Pastrana Edition Serpicos...

              Are the Pastrana Edition Serpicos polarized?

              Do these work for women too?

              Do these work for women too?

              Are the Smith Serpico shades Polarized?

              Are the Smith Serpico shades Polarized?