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Old 06-02-2011, 07:26 AM
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Default Re: polarchromic sunglasses

The Smiths are very nice, one of these days I will spring for a pair of them. Bass Pro has and XPS line of glasses that have a similar lens on themm which adjusts the tint according to the UV radiation thats hitting them. I gave them a shot for 40 bucks I figurecd they cant be that bad. i really like them. They arent as comfy or as well built as the Smiths, but they see almost as well. They are clear and the tint you dont really notice it changing, but the strain on my eyes is very minimal. They definitly feel very relaxed after a day of wearing them.
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