Smith Spree

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Advanced optics and high-tech materials meet retro fashion. Featuring a feminine profile without being overtly girly, Smith Spree Sunglasses blend classic lines with modern times.Smith Carbonic TLT (Tapered Lens Technology) lenses are engineered to be the most impact resistant lenses in the world.TLT lenses are optically corrected to maximize visual clarity and object definition.Tough and light Evolve(TM) frames are constructed with over 50% bio-based materials.Polarized lenses reduce the effects of the sun's glare on water and snow, making these shades great for paddling, fishing, skiing and snowboarding. Hydrophilic Megol nose pads gently grip your skin to help keep your Smith frames in place. The gripping power increases when introduced to moisture.100% UVA/B/C protection shields your eyes from harmful rays.Black Lagoon frames feature Polarized Gray lenses.Vintage Tortoise frames feature Polarized Brown lenses.Medium fit / Medium coverage.

- NRS

With a semi retro cut, the Spree frames for women offer a subtle glimpse of flash on a classic body, while the polarized lenses offer excellent clarity and cut glare.

- REI

The Smith Women's Spree Polarized Sunglasses give you a classic, sporty look with just a touch of glam. Wear these glasses when you're going straight from a volleyball tournament to a five-star restaurant for lunch.

- Backcountry.com

Check. Check, one-two. If you like the aviator shape of popular metal frames but are afraid of smashing them while on your extended global tour, fear no more. The Soundcheck is fast, loud and strong enough to endure life on the road. A timeless tear-dropped aviator lens shape is captured within the lightweight and road-ready frame.

- RockCreek

At first glance, the Spree is timeless--almost retro. Take a closer look and appreciate the forward adaptation. Featuring a feminine profile without being overtly girly, the Spree blends classic lines with modern times.

- Rocky Mountain Trail