Review: Smith Optics Attack Max ChromaPop Sunglasses

by 0

Adding to its growing line of performance eyewear targeted at cyclists, last year Smith Optics debuted the all-new Attack and Attack Max sunglasses. Joining the PivLock Overdrive and PivLock Arena – glasses that we’ve got on very well with in the past, the Attack range consists of a large coverage single-piece lens and a clever quick release system for changing the arms and nose piece from one lens to another. The lenses also come with Smith’s proprietary ChromaPop technology. We’ve covered ChromaPop in a separate article that you can read here, but in a nutshell, ChromaPop consists of two separate layers sandwiched in the makeup of the lens, that are designed to filter out specific wavelengths of light – the ones that supposedly cause colour confusion for our tiny brains. The goal is to provide sharper and clearer vision with more contrast, so that it’s easier to pickup irregularities on the trail. All I gotta say is that for nearly 200 squids, they had better make everything look bloody amazing. Smith Optics Attack Max Glasses Feature Large profile one-piece lens for maximum coverage MAG™ interchangeable lens technology Hydroleophobic lens coating Includes two ChromaPop lenses Two-position adjustable nose pads Hydrophilic megol temple & nose pads Available with ChromaPop Platinum (tested), Red Mirror, Green Mirror (tested) & Rose Flash lens (tested) Includes custom glasses case RRP: £190 Big Coverage The Attack and Attack Max glasses share identical features, with the difference between the two simply boiling down to size – the Attack...

If you have an account, please log in. If not, you can get access to some of our features by registering here for free.

All members get..

  • Exclusive members only content
  • Digital back issues
  • New issues via iOS/Android App
  • Ad free website
  • Merch discounts
  • Downloads, GPX files, PDFs, iBooks

Print+ members also get..

Next available print copy of Singletrack magazine posted to you. Each issue contains 148 pages of perfect ride inspiration, opinion, adventure and reviews.

Digital

£

20

/year

  • or £3.99/ month

Print+

£

39

/year

  • Direct Debit or Card

A message from all of us at Singletrack magazine

We need your help

For over 20 years Singletrack has been a source of information, news and entertainment for millions of mountain bike enthusiasts and as an important focal point for an amazing community of like minded riders from around the world. But it has also been a provider of jobs and income for dozens of families of our team as well as a source of revenue for hundreds of freelance contributors.

We want to keep going through this uncertain period and create great content to inform and entertain you, but we will need your help to do it. More than anything else we want to have a reciprocal relationship with you and the best way to make that happen is through our memberships. We’d love you to join us as a paid member of the Singletrack community – we promise you a return on your investment through the content we have and will create for you.