Smith Parallel Eyewear

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In a parallel universe, not long ago, Smith set outTo developThe ideal interchangeable sunglass. It was agreedThatThis style neededTo be lightweight, contemporary, and performance driven.The Parallel is justThat. Medium Fit / Medium CoverageCarbonicTLT LensesEvolve Frame MaterialHydroleophobic Lens CoatingHydrophilic Megol Nose andTemple Pads9 Base Lens CurvatureFrame Measurements 65-15-125

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