The Smith Tactic Sunglasses fuse functionality with durability into a sleek and edgy design. Look great and some of the most durable frame material around!
Polarized Block horizontal glare so the sun reflecting off of water, snow, or the hood of your car won’t mess with your view. *(Only on lenses clearly marked "Polarized")
Carbonic TLT Engineered to be the most impact resistant lens material in the world, Carbonic TLT lenses are optically corrected to maximize visual clarity and object definition. Carbonic TLT polarized and non-polarized lenses are ideal for sport and casual use.
8 Base lens curvature
Rislan Clear Material A new material called that creates a lightweight durable, and transparent frame that is over 53% biobased
Evolve Frame Material Lightweight, durable, and fully transparent sunglass frames, created from easily renewable non-genetically modified castor plants that are over 53% bio-based.
Hydrophillic Megol Nose and Temple Pads Placed at the nose and on the temple tips, Megol gently grips your skin to help keep the frame in place. The gripping power increases when introduced to moisture.
This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
Medium fit/Large coverage
|Color||Black/Polarized Grey Green||Matte Black/Polarized Brown|
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Comments about Smith Tactic Sunglasses:
The large lenses allow great coverage while out on the water. The frame fits snug but is still light enough to be worn all day and not get that temple-throb some glasses give you when you spend a long time having them on. Recently while on a shoot we were forced to spend 8 hours in direct sunlight in order to capture a sun-washed feel in the end product for the client. There were two other photographers with us, both were complaining about how much their eyes hurt from squinting at models all day in direct sunlight. Not me. My new set of prescription Tactics kept me on the shot all day. Thanks Smith!