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Go big and cut glare with Smith's Shoreline Polarized Lens Sunglasses.

Wearing sunglasses the size of a welding helmet won't cut glare, unless the lenses are polarized. And if you do have polarized lenses, thankfully they don't need to be face-shield size. Smith's Shoreline Polarized Lens Sunglasses are plenty big enough. Smith decorated the Shoreline Sunglasses' smooth frame with a script logo and metal temple tips. The polarized lenses block glare and provide protection from UVA, B, and C rays.

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5 5

Love these sunglasses!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

These have a great fit a good coverage. Very happy with my purchase!

5 5

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These sunglasses fit my head really well. The arms are not too tight, but just snug enough that I could wear them biking or trail running. With that said, I think that they are light enough to wear when active. If I was out on a bright day in the snow, I think that these would shelter my eyes completely.

3 5

Not for small faces

I have to say that these look really really cute. Looks-wise I love them. But, they are so uncomfortable I just can't stand wearing them for more than an hour. The problem is really that my face is too small. I can wear the Smith Toasters (see my review) perfectly. The Shorelines slide down my nose so much they fall right off. Nose pads would help. I got the stick on nose pads which make them a little better but the other problem is that they hurt behind my ears. I think its bc they are too big so they don't sit on the right spot behind my ear. The angled part that seems like it should hold them on is way too far back. My nose might be too skinny for them too. They also feel sooooo heavy. But, I am used to the super-light Toasters. So, I'd say if you can wear medium to large glasses you can rock 'em, but if you have a small face I'd skip the Shorelines. Also, sometimes my husband wears them if he forgets his and they don't look too bad on him either. Although, on him we call them the 'stunner shades'...so that should give you an idea of how they look on a guy.

Not for small faces
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also, apparently people like eating while wearing these sunglasses :)

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also, apparently people like eating while wearing these sunglasses :)

ARE THESE FOR MEN OR WOMEN?

ARE THESE FOR MEN OR WOMEN?

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So the dreaded man women questions!!! I always say if you can rock it the you can wear it. However, the shoreline has been marketed heavily towards women, but, if you can rock it and your a dude, do it. I wear womens pants, because I'm a bad ass and like tight pants! What can I say. I'm a little indie rocker so take it or leave it, but rock your steez no matter what the general public says!

5 5

fit great!

these fit awesome. I am a pretty typical women's medium in sunglasses. Smalls fit my narrow face, but make me look weird. These fit perfect. they even fit good with my skate helmet. The polarization is awesome for glares and making everything more clear and easy to see. My eyes do not get all strained with these.