Smith Editor Polarized Sunglasses
You fancy yourself as an individual of style. Unfortunately, few of your friends would agree. Luckily, something simple, like a great pair of sunglasses, can give your image a huge boost. The Smith Polarized Editor Sunglasses take vintage, art-deco style into modernity to give you a sleek look that has the power to overcome all of your other fashion mistakes.
- Polarized CR39 TLT lenses are lightweight, highly abrasion resistant, and give you a crisp, clear, undistorted view
- Handmade frames with stainless steel temples are strong, flexible, and light
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July 10, 2012
If you think you're a pretty confident person, averaging a B+ in confidence at any given moment.. Toss these bad boys on and watch that average boost up to an A- A A+ level immediately. Goodbye B range. Hello A student!
A Nice Lower Profile Option From Smith
June 12, 2012
The amount of style is definitely not lost on the Smith Editor Sunglasses - Polarized. One look with these had me imagining myself strolling around LA while movie writer wannabees try to hand me scripts for their latest B-Movie nightmare.
Looking beyond the style does give a great amount of durability with the combo of acetate and stainless steel. Usually not a fan of adding metal because it can bend, but the thicker height design definitely allows none of that to happen.
Optics were pretty good too. Handled sun really well, but a bit less clear with viewing underwater from the top brands out there. Also, if you're looking for more than a bit of eye coverage or if your eye height is tall, stay away as I found the lenses to be slightly small height-wise and my eyes are average.
January 14, 2012
They are a lot wider than the picture makes them seem. They really didn't look good on me. These are definitely large-face glasses.