What ChromaPop lens is the best for my riding condition? Sunglass Rob talks with Smith going through each lens on the spectrum and when to take on your next run.
ChromaPop lenses come in three categories divided among 11 lenses: Sun, Everyday, and Storm. Differences in visible light transmission (VLT) and base color distinguishes each lens from the others.
Additionally, all Smith IO series come with a Storm lens for low light conditions and either an everyday or sunny day lens.
ChromaPop Sun Collection:
Green Mirror – 9% VLT w/ grey base
Black – 12% VLT w/ grey base
Platinum Mirror – 13% VLT w/ grey base
Red – 16% VLT w/ grey base
ChromaPop Everyday Collection:
Green Mirror – 23% VLT w/ brown base
Violet Mirror – 23% VLT w/ brown base
Red Mirror – 25% VLT w/ brown base
Photocromic Rose Flash –30% – 50% VLT w/ rose base (VLT changes with lighting conditions)
Rose – 36% VLT without a mirror w/ rose base
ChromaPop Storm Collection:
Rose Flash – 50% VLT w/ blue flash base
Yellow Flash – 65% VLT w/ yellow blue flash base
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