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Polarized light is preferred over polarizing points of view.
The Smith Polarized ChromaPop+ Dover Sunglasses are designed for the active adventurer who desires eye-popping colors, visual clarity, and protection from harmful UV rays. Take these lightweight shades to Belize for your deep-sea fishing excursions. Not only will you be able to see the marlin underneath the ocean as you engage in the timeless struggle between man and beast, but the sunlight glinting off the water's surface won't leave you seeing spots. Antireflective coating on the inside of the lenses reduces backlight glare, and the ChromaPop+ technology eliminates color confusion so you see clearly. Even if you're color blind, the shades of brown or gray will be amazing. The wide base curve offers a bit more protection, and the frames flatter medium-sized melons.
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.
- Polarized ChromaPop+ lenses, 100% UV protection
- Anti-reflective and hydroleophobic coatings
- Evolve frame material, 53% bio-based (castor plant)
- 8 base lens curvature, medium-large coverage
- Hydrophilic nose and temple Megol pads
- Item #SMI000R
- Q & A
advertised as ChromaPop Plus
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
advertised & invoiced as ChromaPop Plus lens material BUT it is actually the earlier ChromaPop™ lens material which is much less scratch resistant. The manufacturer's label on the box is correctly labelled, but BackCountry's advert and invoice are incorrectly worded, obviously a simple mistake. This a nice set of sunglasses but not nearly as good as claimed by Back Country. I am returning the sunglasses for a full refund.
ChromaPop Lens Tech
Why does the Black/Grey Green color under "Available Colors" display a picture of a different model?