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Native Haskill Polarized Sunglasses
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Native Chilkat Polarized Sunglasses
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Native Linville Polarized Sunglasses
$128.95 - $148.95
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Native Roan Polarized Sunglasses
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The Best Stuff
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Native Hardtop Polarized Sunglasses
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Native Hardtop XP Polarized Sunglasses
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Native Blanca Polarized Sunglasses
$128.95 - $148.95
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Native Bomber Polarized Sunglasses
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Native Silencer Polarized Sunglasses

I was super psyched to get these new shades. Unfortunately for me, I didn't try them on first. They're a great looking set of eye protection; the frames are great, lenses pe…
- Hoku, 04/14/11

I've had three pairs of these over the last 4 years or so. I've skied/climbed/fished/flown Alaska in them and they have been awesome. The polarized lenses are nice for spot…
- JEREMY, 03/29/11
Balad Air Base, Iraq

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Native Dash SS Polarized Sunglasses

OK, here is the juicy creative review. My first pair of sunglasses back in the day say 1988 were Vaurnets. The icy slate blue color to be exact. Had those until they were pi…
- SUSAN, 06/21/08

These are fantastic sun glasses, they're my second pair (sadly I lost my old pair after ~6 years). They fit great, the lenses don't distort, and they look great, what more…
- Nicholas, 12/07/12
New Hampshire

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Native Throttle Sunglasses

I thought these would be blue-ish but they're smoky grey and the lenses are dark and reflective, so you could definitely intimidate people in these. I have a small head/face (…
- SANDRA, 06/06/12

I work outdoors and needed sunglasses that would keep most of the sun out of my eyes since I am so sensitive to light. These are perfect! Great coverage and the fit is better…
- Shannon, 04/09/13
The nooga

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Native Versa Sunglasses

The glasses seem durable but the fit is weird. The arms seem way too long and i didn't how the frames sat below my eyebrows, maybe i just have an oddly shaped head. The lenses…
- Eric, 06/07/13
Plymouth, NH

These bad boys are great for just about any outdoor activity the interchangeable lenses are fantastic put a little cat crap on them and just go!!!!!!!…
- Danny, 01/13/13
auburn hills



About Native Eyewear

You want to hike? Wear Native. You want to kayak? Wear Native. You want to climb? Wear Native. Clearly this could go on forever because Native eyewear can be worn during just about any activity you want to wear them. The versatility and comfort of Native sunglasses are top notch in the world of outdoor eyewear. Not only can you wear Native sunglasses for activewear, but they are also perfect for everyday wear.

The innovative technologies employed by Native are cutting edge and represent major advancements in the comfort and style of Native sunglasses. You may be confused about which pair of Native sunglasses are best for your needs. This is where I come in. I would like to explain the benefits of some top Native sunglasses.

First of all, we have the Native Hard Top polarized sunglasses. These Native glasses are lightweight and polarized, making them easy to wear and extremely comfortable on your eyes. Glare is minimized when you wear these Native Hard Top sunglasses. They are available in a great variety of colors, too. Wear these Native sunglasses for everything from hiking to cutting the lawn.

Next, I would like to introduce you to the Native Silencer polarized sunglasses. These Native sunglasses also cut back on glare with the awesome polarized feature. They perfectly hug your face and are so comfortable that you barely know you're wearing them. Try on the Native Silencer polarized sunglasses and you won't want to take them off. But I recommend taking them off when you take a shower. I mean, it's just weird to wear sunglasses in the shower.

All this talk of Native eyewear has made me want to buy myself a pair. I have owned my pair of Native sunglasses for three years now. I think it's time for a change. And change can only begin with me. I'm trying to sound inspiring.




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