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Features Carbonic Polycarbonate lens and is also polarized / has 100% UV protection. Valid while supplies last.

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Eyedictive [eyedictive.com] has Smith Optics Salute Polarized Stainless Aviator Sunglasses for $34 when you enter coupon code SAVE15 at checkout. Shipping is free.
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i like the brown color lens a lot more than the standard dark tinted ones. You get more depth perception and the colors pop a lot more. It drowns out the blues but enhances the red and greens



Id say they are less dark than standard glasses due to the lens tint color but they are still shaded enough to block the sun in most situations. I prefer these for outdoor actives like hiking or shooting over normal tinted glasses


Its more of a preference. I prefer them for driving and outdoor activities. i provided some links below that explain different lens colors and activities they're used for if interested


Heres a good Lens color guide for those interested
https://www.framesdirect.com/know...olor-guide & https://www.vsp.com/eyewear-welln...ass-lenses

Brown lens are good for sunny and partly sunny conditions.
"The red hue in brown and amber sunglass lenses improve depth perception making these lenses great for activities where distance needs to be judged." [vsp.com]
"Block high amounts of blue light to heighten contrast and visual acuity. Particularly useful to improve contrast on grass and against blue skies" [allaboutvision.com]

Blue lens are good for hazy/foggy & snowy conditions
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The brown lens is THE BEST lens!! Not too dark n makes everything look amazing!
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Yes!!!! i saw these on the site yesterday but couldnt find a coupon code. Thanks OP these are some of the best glasses for driving in the AZ desert!
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Yes!!!! i saw these on the site yesterday but couldnt find a coupon code. Thanks OP these are some of the best glasses for driving in the AZ desert!
Can't tell how dark these are, do you find them shaded enough for your full sun in AZ?
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Do you find annoying the color of the glass compared to a dark one when driving or you get used to it?
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Anyone have a code for the Serengeti?
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Yes!!!! i saw these on the site yesterday but couldnt find a coupon code. Thanks OP these are some of the best glasses for driving in the AZ desert!
I completely agree with this.
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Yes!!!! i saw these on the site yesterday but couldnt find a coupon code. Thanks OP these are some of the best glasses for driving in the AZ desert!
Noob question: In what situations would you choose brown lens over grey lens?
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Noob question: In what situations would you choose brown lens over grey lens?
You'd think they would make everything look dirty, but they make things look warmer, and tend to be more relaxing on your eyes. It is a little like the effect of changing from non-polarized to polarized lenses. They block comparatively more blue light than other lens colors.
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The brown lens is THE BEST lens!! Not too dark n makes everything look amazing!
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Do you find annoying the color of the glass compared to a dark one when driving or you get used to it?
i like the brown color lens a lot more than the standard dark tinted ones. You get more depth perception and the colors pop a lot more. It drowns out the blues but enhances the red and greens

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Can't tell how dark these are, do you find them shaded enough for your full sun in AZ?
Id say they are less dark than standard glasses due to the lens tint color but they are still shaded enough to block the sun in most situations. I prefer these for outdoor actives like hiking or shooting over normal tinted glasses

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Noob question: In what situations would you choose brown lens over grey lens?
Its more of a preference. I prefer them for driving and outdoor activities. i provided some links below that explain different lens colors and activities they're used for if interested


Heres a good Lens color guide for those interested
https://www.framesdirect.com/know...olor-guide & https://www.vsp.com/eyewear-welln...ass-lenses

Brown lens are good for sunny and partly sunny conditions.
"The red hue in brown and amber sunglass lenses improve depth perception making these lenses great for activities where distance needs to be judged." [vsp.com]
"Block high amounts of blue light to heighten contrast and visual acuity. Particularly useful to improve contrast on grass and against blue skies" [allaboutvision.com]

Blue lens are good for hazy/foggy & snowy conditions
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Do I need a big head for these to look good? They seem kinda big from the pictures.
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Noob question: In what situations would you choose brown lens over grey lens?

I like a light brown to amberish lens when in either lower overall brightness like mornings and evenings, or when it's fluctuating brightness, like the sun occasionally peaking out at you through changing cloud cover or gaps in shadows over freeway etc. They seem to be less annoying when they're on and you don't entirely need them.

Also helps if you just generally like the world warmer vs. cooler, soft white over daylight bulbs etc. I want to try green again, something with RB's G15 glass but in something different than an aviator.
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Solid deal, bought and repped! Thank you!
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Do I need a big head for these to look good? They seem kinda big from the pictures.
each lens width is about 58 mm iirc plus a 19mm bridge so total width across the face will be about 135mm
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