Smith Optics Passage - Sunglasses: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Smith Optics Passage - Sunglasses

   Photo: Mark Wiens

You could plan a vacation around the Passage: hours on sundecks, strolls in bucolic settings, long drives with the top down. Just mind the drool when you first gaze through these state-of-the-art photochromic polarized ground-glass lenses. The classic look (not stodgy!) is sexed up with metallic mirroring, and the copper tint improves contrast, depth, and detail. Attention, lens-tech freaks: The specially tapered glass cancels distortion from lens curvature.

Bonus: Rx-able, too.

Bummer: Glass lenses rule out high-action duty.

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