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Momentum ChromaPop Sunglasses

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$215.00 - $225.00
Color:Matte Black/ChromaPop Black


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Why We Like The Smith Momentum ChromaPop Sunglasses

The Momentum ChromaPop Sunglasses—sharing a name with the force that lets our wheels fly downhill and our legs power through climbs—keep our vision sharp through every off-road ride. Smith designed these mountain-ready shades with a half-frame, toric lens, and ChromaPop technology to keep our field of vision wide and our visuals bright and clear. The wraparound fit features non-slip Megol pads that adjust to best fit our faces, offering security all across the singletrack.


  • Technical sunglasses specialized for off-road riding
  • ChromaPop lens tech boosts contrast and color for vivid visuals
  • Half-frame design and toric lens curve expand peripheral vision
  • Low-weight Evolve frame made from bio-based materials
  • Non-slip, adjustable Megol pads keep glasses secure at speed
  • AutoLock hinges stay open for one-handed on-and-off
  • Lens is interchangeable; bonus clear lens included
  • Please see size chart for lens tint info
  • Item #SMIZ9GQ
Interchangeable Lens
yes, bonus clear lens included
Evolve (bio-based acetate)
Nose/Temple Pads
Megol, adjustable nose pads, Quick-Fit temple pads
Case Included
hard case, microfiber pouch
Face Size
Base Curve
7 x 4
Frame Dimensions
[lens width/lens height/temple] 135 / 65 / 125mm
Manufacturer Warranty
cross-country, enduro

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

August 15, 2023

Purchased as Replacement to Attack MTB

Great fit for my narrow face and has to be one of the largest coverage/ best protection from Smith, which is nice for backcountry skiing. That said it the lens may be too tall for some - it is almost too big for my Giro mtb half lid (lid sits on top of lens and tends to push glasses down). Seemingly higher quality lens than other Smith glasses I own (lens seems to have better clarity), however it is heavier relative to the Attack MTB (most of the weight coming from the lens itself). I wouldn't consider them heavy, but enough that I do feel them after several hours of wear relative to the Attack MTB. I haven't messed with changing the lens so I can't comment about that.

John Z.

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