Smith Serpico Sunglasses - Silver / Platinum PolarizedProduct ID# 203919
The Serpico Sunglasses by Smith Optics was the sunglass industry's first Toric aviator. Utilizing Tapered Lens Technology and advanced Carbonic material lenses, The Serpico combines high fashion with excellence in optical clarity. A 9x3 Toric, Carbonic, TLT Lens is combined with optical grade metal allow and acetate temple tips to give this aviator classic appeal. It has a medium to large frame fit and oversized lenses.
As with all Smith sunglasses, the lenses block 100% of harmful UV rays and the they are backed by a manufacturer's lifetime warranty against manufacturing defect in materials or workmanship.
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Questions From Buyers
Are these full mirror lenses or partial?
They are partially mirrored. It's dark and you can definitely see reflections but it's not like looking into a mirror.
What is TLT?
TLT stands for Tapered Lens Technology. The curve of a lens distorts light as it passes thru. By tapering the lens at just the right places, Smith can offset the natural distortion caused by the curve making light pass thru without distortion. The result is distortion-free, what-you-see-is-what-you-get optics.
What are Carbonic lenses?
Smith says it's the most impact resistant lens material in the world.
What is a Toric Lens?
The lens has both vertical and horizontal base curves.
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