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Superior performance for serious adventures.
The Smith Polarchromic Colson Sunglasses offer the ideal balance between strong, sporty style and hard-hitting, eye-protective tech. The Colsons are equipped with Polarchromic lenses, where the glare-stopping benefits of polarization meet tint-shifting photochromic magic and automatically adjust to the level of light you're exposed to, providing you with one of the most versatile and comfortable optical experiences available in a pair of shades. Anti-reflective and hydroleophobic coatings ensure your vision is constantly crystal clear, while the hydrophilic megol nose and temple pads provide a snug fit that actually adheres better when wet.
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.
- ChromaPop+ polarchromic lenses
- Evolve frame
- Stainless steel spring hinge
- Anti-reflective and hydroleophobic coatings
- 8-Base curvature
- Large fit
- Item #SMI00BT
- Q & A
Great for big heads!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 199lbs
I was looking for a replacement to my beloved, yet discontinued, Chiefs. And these are even better. The Chief's spring hinges allowed them to fit on top of my head... sort of. But the Colson's combination of the spring hinges and rounded arms really feel great on top. They even work over a beanie on top of my sputnik-like head.
The ignitor lens is my go to winter lens. While not the best on the brightest of days, they really shine on every other day of the winter (I rarely wear them when the sun is above the equator). On those low light, drab days, the ignitor provides a nice pop in definition and clarity. And, who doesn't like seeing the world through rose colored lenses?