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Wearing sunglasses the size of a welding helmet won't cut glare, unless the lenses are polarized. And if you do have polarized lenses, thankfully they don't need to be face-shield size. Smith's Shoreline Polarized Lens Sunglasses are plenty big enough. Smith decorated the Shoreline Sunglasses' smooth frame with a script logo and metal temple tips. The polarized lenses block glare and provide protection from UVA, B, and C rays.

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    These sunglasses fit my head really well. The arms are not too tight, but just snug enough that I could wear them biking or trail running. With that said, I think that they are light enough to wear when active. If I was out on a bright day in the snow, I think that these would shelter my eyes completely.



    So the dreaded man women questions!!! I always say if you can rock it the you can wear it. However, the shoreline has been marketed heavily towards women, but, if you can rock it and your a dude, do it. I wear womens pants, because I'm a bad ass and like tight pants! What can I say. I'm a little indie rocker so take it or leave it, but rock your steez no matter what the general public says!