Native Eyewear Nano 3 Sunglasses - Polarized, Interchangeable Lenses

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Overview

About Native Eyewear Nano 3 Sunglasses - Polarized, Interchangeable Lenses

Closeouts. The large wraparound lenses of Native Eyewear's Nano 3 sunglasses are easy to switch out and have plenty of ventilation to resist fogging.

Specs

Specs about Native Eyewear Nano 3 Sunglasses - Polarized, Interchangeable Lenses

  • Lens material: Polycarbonate
  • Frame material: Thermoplastic
  • Lens features: Interchangeable,Polarized
  • Extra lenses: 1
  • Base curvature: 8 Base
  • Frame fit: Large,Medium
  • Lens coverage: Large
  • Light transmission: Polarized copper reflex 18%, Sportflex 60%
  • UV blocking: 100% UVB,100% UVA
  • Carry case: Hard
  • Weight: 0.8 oz.
  • Made in Mauritius
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4.000000 5 Overall Rating: 4 Based on 5 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Big Daddy from Storrs, CT on Thursday, December 22, 2011
Got these for a great price, 2 sets of lenses with one polarized. Third pair of Natives.
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bob from Murrieta, CA on Monday, August 13, 2012
    Use these sunglasses daily as well as hunting and field trialing dogs.
    • Best Uses: Athletics, Casual Wear, Driving, Special Occasions, Travel
    • Describe Yourself: Career, Comfort-Oriented, Practical
    • Pros: Adequate Tint, Attractive Design, Comfortable, Durable, Good Polarization, Lightweight
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • Was this a gift?: No
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Native Sun, my 4th pair from Colorado on Tuesday, February 14, 2012
    Great for driving. The polarized lenses eliminate glare and strain on your eyes. The vented lenses eliminate fogging and they're comfortable.
    • Best Uses: Everyday
    • Cons: none
    • Pros: Great price, High Quality
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Big Daddy from Storrs, CT on Thursday, December 22, 2011
    Got these for a great price, 2 sets of lenses with one polarized. Third pair of Natives.
    • Pros: Light, Nice lenses
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by FlightNW from Seattle/WA state on Sunday, August 28, 2011
    As for comments go… read the Pros and Cons above. The fit is great (I own medium size – apparently they don't make a small) for my narrow face. I soon forget I'm wearing them until I put my camera to my face. My largest pet peeve is the cost of the darker plastic lenses… $45 a set?! (From your own website) Get REAL Native, get real. We've bought your frames, give us a break. Please.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by MacGregor from NJ on Wednesday, August 24, 2011
    I use sunglasses for tennis, golf and bike riding, as well as everyday wear. The lenses are positioned too far from my face to block overhead sun. The well-built frame is to bulky for my taste. The vented lenses (vents built into the frame at the top) are a good concept, but unnecessary as the frames don't rest on my brow, as I prefer.
    • Cons: bulky, Stiff inflexible frame, Too far from my face
    • Pros: Excellent optical clarity, Stoutly made, Vented lenseframe

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About Native Eyewear

The question is: Where are you taking your Native sunglasses today? Not to brag on their behalf, but Native Eyewear is pretty well-seasoned in the adventure realm. Whether it’s the avid deep-sea fisherman who wears Native polarized sunglasses to block glare reflecting off the water, the mountain biker who uses them for full-coverage protection or the free spirit who peers through her tinted lenses to find the road less traveled, it’s easy to see why this brand has developed such a loyal following. So, again, we ask: Where are you taking your Native sunglasses today?