Smith Hudson Eyewear

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $79.95


Product Description

The Smith Hudson Polarized Sunglasses flaunt cool and collected street-worthy style, but they're not just about looks. Smith blessed them with elevated performance features to keep your vision clear from the downtown district to weekends in the woods.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by eric whiteside a Cross Country Rider from south korea

Date Reviewed: April 13, 2008

Strengths:    great looking sunglasses, sturdy, good clarity...no distortion, Polarized rose copper color, photosensitive

Weaknesses:    Maybe just a little small for cycling applications

Bottom Line:   
I have the photosensitive pair and these glasses work. It's that simple. They are polarized and the rose copper tint is perfect anywhere on the trail. Since they adjust to lighting conditions, they are great all day...seriously. They change tint relatively fast and due to the rose copper tint you really don't even realize it when it's happening. At first it seems like it's not even working, but if you put them on inside and then walk outside into bright sunlight you'll notice the difference. You won't so much see the tint darkening, but you will definitely feel the eye relief and you'll stop squinting before you even realize that they have completely changed. These are great glasses that get rid of the need to change lenses. The bonus is that they actually look GOOD when you're off the bike as well.

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Favorite Trail:   anything where I ride more than push

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $110.00

Purchased At:   smithoptics.com

Similar Products Used:   Performance Cat 5 photosensitive eyewear, Smith Diablos, Smith Pivots, Smith SL2

Bike Setup:   2004 C-dale Jekyll (Clydesdale spec)

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