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January 22, 2008

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Interchangeable Polarized Lenses

Smith Optics has finally mastered the interchangeable sunglass concept. Manufacturers have tried to do it in the past, but the the Interlock is the first system I've seen that stands up to abuse and holds the lenses firmly in place. All you do is twist the ear stems, which opens the entire frame, and pop out the lenses. It's the perfect pair of glasses for ripping back across a flat near dusk or cruising home on a bug laden evening from your local stream or lake on a bike. You can also switch out the polarized lenses for a pair of clear ones. Smith offers a wide variety of styles and lenses. Check them out here.



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Blue Ox

Pretty nifty.


I have had mine for 2 months now. They quickly became indispensable.


Come on tax refund!


yea those would be cool until a lure hit you in the face and the lens popped out


I have had a pair for about 4-5 months now, and got to say that the interlock system is great. As far as loosing a lens, it's pretty much impossible Alex. The system is well built and grabs the lens perfectly. The only drawback on mines is that the finish is prone to scratching (frame, not lenses).

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