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The trail ready Attack MAG MTB features Smith’s MAG lens interchange system that enables you to quickly swap between the included bright-light and low-light ChromaPop lenses; improving visibility on the trail regardless of light conditions. For fog-free vision, the Attack MAG MTB features a ventilation channel in the brow of the larger, maximum coverage lens. Hydroleophobic lens coating repels moisture, grease, and grime to give you a clean field of vision while you charge down and uphill. These details, combined with the secure fit of a two-position, hydrophilic nose pad and megol temples, make it the most complete trail riding eyewear piece in our collection. A Photochromic lens option gives you the transition from clear to gray so you can keep going while you dart in and out of the overhanging trees. After you park your Mountain bike to kick back on the tailgate for a drink after a hard fun day of riding you can keep your Attack MTB protected in the custom hard case that comes with each pair. With many frame colors and lens options to choose from Smiths Attack MAG MTB will quickly become one of your favorite glasses to ride in. No matter what your style from eye catching red mirrored lenses to understated speed in all black we have something for everyone.
Originating from Sun Valley, Idaho, Smith was founded in 1965 with the invention of the first snow goggle featuring a sealed thermal lens and breathable vent foam. With 50 years of innovation and design experience, Smith pioneers advanced eye-wear and helmets that incorporate dynamic technologies, optimized performance and clean styling to fuel fun beyond walls. Smith seeks to power thrilling experiences in snow, surf, bike, fish and peak performance outdoor adventures with a comprehensive collection that exudes modern style and vibrant personality. To Smith, the experience is everything. Smith is part of Safilo Group.
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Normally, the eye's retina has trouble perceiving the difference between blue and green, and red and green light.
With ChromaPop, these specific crossovers are filtered, allowing greater definition, natural color and clarity.
"u"How ChromaPop Works
Through our proprietary ChromaPop lens technology, we help you see detail and color beyond normal capabilities. ChromaPop filters two specific wavelengths of light that cause color confusion. By doing this the lens delivers greater definition, more natural color, and unmatched clarity to allow you to see more detail.
LENS CONSTRUCTION TO OPTIMIZE PERFORMANCE
ChromaPop, Techlite glass and Carbonic lens constructions are optimized to provide a variety of optical and impact-resistant benefits. We precisely align the finest polarized filters and finish our lenses with multi-layer mirror, Anti-Reflective (A/R), anti-scratch, and Hydroleophobic lens coatings. The end result is an artfully crafted lens that preserves color perception and delivers optimized optical clarity and precision in all environments.
SMITH POLARIZATION AND BASE CURVE
Polarization cuts glare. Glare off of horizontal surfaces like snow, water, and asphalt, decreases depth perception, and reduces visual acuity which causes eye fatigue. We precisely align the polarized visual layer inside our lenses to filter out 99.9% of this "visual static" for a finely tuned view of the action.
The Base Curve is the radius of the sphere measured from the back of the lens. Smith features styles with 6,8, and 9 base lens curvature. Models that include 6 base tend to be more flat relative to your face. While 9 base styles provide the maximum amount of wrap around your face.
TLT (TAPERED LENS TECHNOLOGY)
When light passes through a medium it refracts, i.e. changes course. If left uncorrected, this refraction can cause visual distortion and eye fatigue. Smith’s Tapered Lens Technology straightens out the incoming light rays by progressively tapering the lens from the optical center toward the peripheral view. What this means for you is that you see with 100% accuracy and maximum comfort.
HYDROLEOPHOBIC AND ANTI-REFLECTIVE COATINGS
Hydroleophobic Coating Repels moisture, grease, and grime. A barrier between your lenses and the world. Water will bead up and disperse without streaking. Smudges from fingerprints are wiped clean easily.
Vacuum applied, Anti-Reflective (A/R) coatings on the back side of the lens will eliminate bothersome sidelight reflections
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