Smith Serpico Sunglasses

Priced: $57.95 - $119.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 14 reviews.
Smith Serpico Sunglasses -
See all that light touches like never before with the rich look of Smith's Serpico sunglasses. With a streamlined take on the aviator design, the Serpico sunglasses from Smith compromise little in achieving premium comfort and function. With the signature Carbonic TLT lens technology you get extraordinarily crisp visual clarity with bold definition unparalleled in quality. Moreover, with the 9x3 Toric Lens Curvature you will be convinced that these sunglasses were made just for your face. Given the impressive optical richness, you may need more than the lack of bright lights to take the Smith Serpico sunglasses off.


  • Metal frame construction brings in sculptural elements into a classic silhouette.


  • Medium Fit / Large Coverage


  • Adjustable Silicone Nose Pads


  • Frame Measurements 66-13-120
  • Frame Measurements 65-14-119


  • Made in China


  • 9 x 3 Toric Lens Curvature
  • Highly impact-resistant Carbonic TLT lenses maximize visual clarity
  • Toric 9x3 base lens curve
  • Includes microfiber cloth cleaning bag
  • Lifetime Warranty

The Smith Serpico Sunglasses are disguised within this timeless silhouette is a 9x3 toric lens that delivers a bold look and excellent coverage. With these Smith Sunglasses what you see is what you get. Totally not the same as looking through a fishbowl. Classic silhouettes fused with modern design and lens technology. Sculptural elements are expertly cast into durable lightweight alloys with a medium to large face coverage. Oh, that's genius.

FEATURES of the Smith Serpico Sunglasses.

Rock/Creek Outfitters

The Serpico Sunglasses by Smith Optics is the sunglass industry's first Toric aviator. Utilizing Tapered Lens Technology and advanced Carbonic material lenses, the Serpico combines high fashion with excellence in optical clarity.
  A standard lens incorporates a single base curve (9x9, 8x8, 6x6), while the Smith Toric lens utilized a 9 base curve on the horizontal axis and a 3-base curve on the vertical axis. This unique design results in a high-warp, modern lens profile

Sharp, smart and stylish, the Smith Serpico Sunglasses have it all. Delivering a bold look backed by superior Carbonic TLT Polarized Lenses, the Smith Serpico Sunglasses know how to make their mark.

Berg's Ski Shop
Go undercover in the Smith Serpico Sunglasses. These bold metal-framed aviators hide your true identity, unless you really are a renegade cop on a mission. Smith adds their TLT technology to the lenses, covering your eyes with 100% UV protection and distortion-free optical clarity. If you have to go incognito for a few days, there's no better way than with the Serpico. Secret agent man ..
Sierra Trading Post
Corruption better watch out as you cruise the block in Smith Optics Serpico sunglasses. These shades curve to cover your eyes from the glaring sun and gaping onlookers.

Mountain Gear
The oversized, undercover style of Smith's Serpico sunglasses will give you the right amount of tough without completely bucking the system.

Uncompromising in its design and style, the Smith Serpico delivers a bold look with the combination of a 9x3 toric lens and classic aviator silhouette.
From Nitro Circus to Nascar, Rally cars to record racks (Buck Hunter racks, that is), Travis Pastrana has led the charge in all things certifiably insane. No athlete today pushes the limits farther than Travis, and Smith is stoked to support him in his day-today-day pursuits. Even if that pursuit is to break himself six ways from Sunday. Rock on, Travis. This cop shade aviator is a prove classic with a twist. Disguised within this timeless silhouette is a 9x3 toric lens that delvers a bold look and excellent coverage.

Northern River Supply
Uncompromising in its design and style, the Serpico delivers a bold, classic aviator silhouette plus a lightweight 9x3 toric lens for amazing optical clarity.


Many of his fellow officers considered him the most dangerous man honest cop. This cop shade aviator is a proven classic with a twist. Disguised within this timeless silhouette is a 9x3 toric lens that delivers a bold look and excellent coverage.

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Anti Fog:no
Awards:2008-2009 Snowboard Magazine Platinum Pick
Best Use:Casual
Case Included:No
Cuvature:9x3 Toric Lens Curvature
Frame Fit:Regular
Frame Material:Plastic (Nylon)
Frame Measurements:66-13-120
Frame Size:Frame Measurements 65-14-119 / Medium Fit / Large Coverage
Helmet Compatible:no
Interchangeable Lenses:no
Lens:Carbonic TLT Lenses
Lens Material:Carbonic TLT
Lens Tint:Grey
Lens Type:Polarized
Nosepiece:Adjustable Silicone Nose Pads
Removable Side Shields:no
UVA Protection:100%
UVB Protection:100%
UVC Protection:100%
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Smith Serpico Sunglasses Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I continue to order these glasses over and over again. I've had them in gold, silver and gunmetal(my current fav). They are on the more delicate side and once bent are never quite the same. As mentioned below, the tips of the arms do scratch the lens after a while. Regardless these are awesome glasses and look good on everyone I've seen try them.

Kira at on 04/19/2012

These lasted me for about three months of aggressive use. I liked the way they looked, but had to return them when the frame broke. I've been happier with the durability of some oakleys that I've owned, but then again Oakley customer service sucks. With the Smith warranty, and BC's awesome return policy, these are probably a good choice.

kenobi_mr at on 07/08/2012

These sunglasses offer a classic aviator design for a great casual look and are backed by Smith's high quality construction. These are my second pair after the first survived two years of heavy use. I went with gunmetal/gray this time. Also keep an eye out for the slim and polarized variations.

Than Volk at on 07/03/2013

The arms tend to hit inside of the lens marking them up, just be careful with them. Other than that, they rule. I would not use these for hiking, skiing, biking etc. These are nice for going out & having fine with you buddies.

Todd Kehoe at on 11/08/2012

These are some sweet "hang-time" glasses. Light and comfortable with classic frame style. If you like frames a bit larger, look at the Showdown.
Medium Fit / Large Coverage
Carbonic TLT Lenses
Metal Frame Construction
Adjustable Silicone Nose Pads
9x3 Toric Lens Curvature
Frame Measurements 66-13-120

Troy Barry at on 04/24/2012

These sunglasses look great, curve nicely with the "contour" of my face, and keep poisonous sun rays out of my eyes. Treat them nicely and they will return the favor. What more could you as from a pair of sunglasses?

Matt Teuling at on 09/01/2010

Great sunglasses. I love the aviator style touched up with some gold trim. Just the right tint - not too dark, but dark enough to keep the stress of the sun off the retinas.

Eli Hauschild at on 06/17/2011

I purchased these sunglasses for my little brother's 18th birthday and he never leaves the house without them. I scored bonus points with the stylish design and how well they stay on.

Lindsey at on 07/19/2010

I'm a big fan of aviators and these are, hands-down, the best I've found. These fit great (wrapping around the face really nicely), are lightweight but durable, and are basically all-around bad-ass.

Eric Olofson at on 05/26/2010

I wish I had gotten the polarized version....when these wear out (if they ever do!) i'll go for the polarized upgrade!

Seth at on 07/15/2013

Neutral Reviews:

These sunglasses look super-cool. A hair on the large side, but very sleek and sexy. That they curve a little around the side unlike other aviators is a bonus, adding additional coverage.
Unfortunately, there's enough visual distortion for me to send them back. Granted I'm picky, but visual distortion is big to me. These gave me a little vertigo/nausea, as though I were walking underwater. There's slight discoloration along the periphery, too, which contributes to the effect. I called Backcountry and the representative was fantastic, recommending (for the visual-distortion sensitive folks like me) more precise lenses like Oakley.

Charlie at on 06/07/2010

Awesome sunglasses, however, the frames bend fairly easy, kept em in my backpack in a side pocket, pulled em out and the frames were a little distorted, and the lenses popped out.

Joseph Quiros at on 04/26/2010