Closeouts. More than just a stylish accessory, Native Eyewear's Apres sunglasses bring glare-fighting performance and lightweight, ventilated style to any day thanks to a Rhyno-Tuff® Air Frame and polarized, interchangeable lenses.
Reviewed by NatureTatMotherof2 from South Carolina on Thursday, January 29, 2015
Thanks to STP I got these for an amazing steal, was so happy when they arrived. I am a fairly petite woman with a small sized head, so finding sunglasses for myself can be difficult. These are a perfect fit all around. The color is very neat as well (Black/Lime Burst), loved that this style came with both the hard case and soft case and even the interchangeable lenses. Could not have asked for a better deal! Thanks again!
Reviewed by Dawn from Denver, Colorado on Friday, December 19, 2014
These are definitely women's sunglasses, because of the small size. The arms are rubbery, which I didn't expect because I have a couple of other Natives that aren't. They are comfortable and fit well I my face though so I'm happy with the purchase.
Reviewed by miami biker from Miami,fl on Wednesday, July 2, 2014
I bought these not knowing what I might use them for. It turns out I use them for a LOT!! They are very lightweight, so I have run in them on days when I don't want to wear a visor. They stay in place, even after 6 sweaty miles. I wouldn't wear them for a half marathon. I also wear them around town. Generally, the "sporty" glasses just don't seem right with a pair of jeans or a dress. I found these to be versatile enough for casual wear.
Reviewed by Appalachian Girl from Virginia on Wednesday, May 21, 2014
I really want to love them, but I have a larger face and they just look a little off on me. If I smile when I wear them my cheeks awkwardly push them off the bridge of my nose. Otherwise they are great. I feel like both the bridge piece and ear piece are very comfortable. Even though they were a little snug on the sides of my face it is not uncomfortably so. I decided to keep them because I they will be great for outdoor sports, I just wish the style was more versatile for different faces.
Reviewed by Mountain Girl from NC on Wednesday, October 9, 2013
And they look sporty & stylish, so comfortable. Great polarization. Copper lenses are considered one of the best for shallow water fishing glasses.I could see all the rocks on the bottom of the river when wade fishing or riding in the cataraft to flyfish. Worked great in low light conditions too.
These sunglasses came with copper lenses AND an additional set of amber lenses to interchange.