The Native Ambush sunglasses are built to get down and gritty. Real gritty. These pair of Native sunglasses feature a venting system to eliminate that nagging fog stuff. Native eyewear is notoriously known to be extremely lightweight and durable, just like B.I.G. himself. Wear these Native sunglasses while rock-climbing, scaling inner-city brick walls or throwing a stick for Fido. These lightweight Native sunglasses will stand up to high velocity collisions and extreme temperature conditions, making them perfect for making out too. Native eyewear comes with a lot of other bells and whistles too, but I’ll just let you scroll down and act surprised.
FEATURES of the Ambush Sunglasses by Native
Interchangeable lens system
Rhyno-Tuff Air Frames, which are extremely lightweight, yet durable enough to withstand high velocity collisions and temperature extremes
A venting system to eliminate fogging
Cushinol Nose Pads, which creates a non-slip comfortable fit
Cam-Action Hinges, which allows the temples to quickly lock into position
Mastoid Temple Grip, which ensures that the temple ends hug the mastoid bone (behind your ears), which allows for a secure and comfortable fit without pinching
Anti-Ocular Intrusion System, which is designed to prevent your lenses from dangerously shooting towards your eyes in the event of a high velocity impact
Rated 4 out of
Filters out the sun, but not the COOLI've taken these sunglasses on multiple adventures and they stick to your face whether you're hiking a high peak in the ADKs or you're flying down the highway with the windows down to visit your mom. I have had 0 problems with fogging and they don't fall off your grape no matter how strenuous the activity. I subtracted one pair of moose antlers because they are kind of a tight fit above my ears. I have to move the arms around once in the while before necrosis sets in.
Date published: 2011-05-15
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