Smith Optics Frontman Elite Ballistic Sunglasses (Black / ChromaPop Polar Platinum Mirror)

Smith Optics Frontman Elite Ballistic Sunglasses (Black / ChromaPop Polar Platinum Mirror)

Smith Optics Frontman Elite Ballistic Sunglasses (Black / ChromaPop Polar Platinum Mirror)

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Smith Optics Frontman Elite Ballistic Sunglasses (Black / ChromaPop Polar Platinum Mirror)

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Product Highlights

  • Impact-Resistant Lenses
  • Hydrophilic Megol Nose and Temple Pads
  • 8 Base Lens Curvature
  • Impact-Resistant Frame Material
  • Anti-Fog Scratch Resistant Lenses
  • Medium Fit / Large Coverage
  • 100% Protection from UVA/UVB Rays
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This pair of black framed Smith Optics Frontman Elite Sunglasses feature Rx compatible impact-resistant polar platinum mirror polarized lenses that meet ANSI Z87.1 and MIL-PRF-31013 standards. The sunglasses offer a large coverage area and a medium to large fit. Hyrdrophilic megol on the nose pads and temple tips grip your skin to hold your sunglasses in place. Its gripping power increases when it comes in contact with moisture. The ChromaPop polar blue mirror lenses block out 100% of UVA/B/C rays and offer crisp optical clarity, rich color enhancement, and are suited for cloudless, bright-light conditions. The lenses feature an anti-fog coating. The Frontman Elites have an 8 base lens curvature and medium curve profile.

UPC: 715757492250
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Smith Optics Frontman Elite Ballistic Sunglasses (Black / ChromaPop Polar Platinum Mirror)
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    Visible Light Transmission 11%
    Dimensions Front of Sunglasses: 2.4 x 1.7" (61 x 42 mm)
    Bridge: 0.7" (17 mm)
    Temples: 4.9" (125 mm)

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