Smith At­tack

Triathlon Magazine Canada - - T1 -

$290 You can’t help but fig­ure out ex­actly how easy it is to change lenses on Smith’s in­no­va­tive new At­tack sun­glasses – they come in a hard case and you have to at­tach the tem­ples to the lens to put them on. The process is in­cred­i­bly easy thanks to Smith’s MAG in­ter­change­able tech­nol­ogy – you just clip the tem­ples on to one of the two in­cluded Chro­mopop lenses and you’re off. (Get­ting the lens off is just as easy – a sim­ple push on the lever with the tem­ple folded in slightly re­leases the mag­net.) The whole process is much eas­ier to do than to de­scribe.

In ad­di­tion to the ease of chang­ing lenses you get all the high-end tech­nol­ogy seen in Smith’s other high­per­for­mance glasses. The tem­ples and nose piece are made with Me­gol, a ma­te­rial that sticks to your skin as you sweat. What’s truly a treat is look­ing through th­ese sun­glasses. The Chro­mopop lenses fil­ter spe­cific wave­lengths so you see with greater def­i­ni­tion and clar­ity and colours ap­pear very nat­u­ral. The At­tack comes with two dif­fer­ent tinted lenses – one for bright con­di­tions and a con­trast-tinted lens for low-light con­di­tions.

Two dif­fer­ent sizes of lens are avail­able, too. The At­tack Max is slightly deeper and of­fers a bit more cov­er­age at the brow. Add to that the two-po­si­tion ad­justable nose pad and you can dial th­ese glasses in for the per­fect fit so you have all the cov­er­age you need on the bike and for a run.—km

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