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Smith Rebound ChromaPop Sunglasses

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sale from $55.60 Original price:$139.00

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Can't keep you down.

No matter what happened in your last race—win, lose, or wipe out—there is nothing that would stop you from getting back on the field. The Smith Rebound ChromaPop Sunglasses are with you, and are ready for another high-speed, high-stakes adventure. These sunglasses feature Smith's ChromaPop lenses that enhance color and detail so you can see every approaching obstacle. Autolock hinges lock the arms into place while Megol nosepads and temples keep the Rebound from slipping around as you sweat. The full-rim frame is designed for high intensity riding, and integrates nicely with your helmet for a comfortable fit.

  • Sunglasses for high-speed biking
  • ChromaPop lenses enhance colors and details
  • Full-rim frame is helmet-compatible
  • Megol nosepads and temples eliminate slipping
  • Autolock hinges hold the arms in place
  • Item #SMI00JB

Lens
ChromaPop
Nose/Temple Pads
Megol
Hinge
auto-lock
Face Size
medium
Base Curve
9
Frame Dimensions
[lens/bridge/temple] 59 / 18 / 135mm
Recommended Use
cross-country, enduro, gravel, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 4

I like them but...

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I got the fun coral colored glasses because I really needed a new “sporty” pair of sunglasses for mountain biking and they were on a good sale. I like the coverage that the large lenses provide. They sit a little high on my face. I think they would look good on males and females alike. My only complaint, and it is kind of big for me, is the rubber bows. They stick to my hair and pull it. While riding with my helmet they are hard to get off because they stick. I also wear my sunglasses on the top of my head like a headband a lot and the bows stick and pull my hair. Overall I’m happy with them, but I’m really glad I got them on sale.

>Rating: 5

Great MTB Glasses

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Over the past few years I have been using Oakley Prizm, and Shred CBL sunglasses when I ride. I was skeptical at first of the ChromaPop, but now I am very glad I made the switch. While there is a lot of new lens tech on the market, I have found the ChromaPop to be the easiest on the eyes - no eye fatigue, true color representation, and they provide great detail. I have been using the Sun Green Mirror lenses and they have worked very well for full on sunny days to overcast conditions. I do not find myself wanting a lighter lens even when transitioning in and out of the trees. Very lightweight design that is a true medium fit - probably the most secure fitting glasses I have ridden with.