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With thin retro-temples and oversized square eye-wires, the Cornice Sunglasses from Smith Optics borrow the retro style from 1991. The sharp-cornered and straight-browed cellulose propionate frame is lightweight and comfortable to wear. The impact-resistant gray Carbonic TLT Lenses feature a multi-layer Purple Sol-X Mirror coating that reduces glare and eye fatigue in bright sunny conditions. The additional Hydroleophobic coating repels water, dirt, and grease. To protect your eyes from harmful ultra-violet rays, the lenses also provide 100% UVA, UVB, and UVC protection. The total visible light transmission, or VLT, is 10%. With a 6 base curvature, the lenses are more flat and allow a fit that is closer to your face. The large-fit frames have adjustable wire-core temples and metal barrel hinges. Also included is a microfiber soft case that can serve as a lens cleaning cloth.
Multi-layer Purple Sol-X mirror coating reduces glare and eye fatigue in bright light
Hydroleophobic coating repels water, dirt, and grease
Carbonic TLT Lenses are impact-resistant
100% protection from UVA, UVB, and UVC
VLT-Visible light transmission is 10%
6 base lens curvature are more flat and sit closer to your face
Medium coverage lenses are medium in size
Cellulose propionate frame
Metal barrel hinges
Adjustable wire-core temples
Large-fit frame fits larger faces
In the Box
Smith Optics Cornice Sunglasses with Purple Sol-X Mirror Coated Lenses (Smoke Split Frames)
Soft Microfiber Case
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Table of Contents
Visible Light Transmission
Lens size: 2.3 x 1.7" (59 x 44 mm) Bridge size: 0.6" (15 mm) Temple size: 5.5" (140 mm)
1.6 oz (45 g)
Smith Optics Cornice Sunglasses with Purple Sol-X Mirror Coated Lenses (Smoke Split Frames) Review