Reviewed by Deb from Maine from Maine on Thursday, February 20, 2014
I took a chance buying sunglasses online and searched high and low for a picture of someone actually wearing these glasses (wouldn't that be helpful if all sunglasses companies provided that in their collection of images???). I have to say that I was VERY happy with this style! It's my first pair of Native glasses and they seem to be very well made! The frames are not too big and not too small and just the right combination of style and function.
Reviewed by Snowfan from Maryland on Friday, January 03, 2014
I love these glasses, this is my 3rd pair of Solos: One pair for each car and a third to carry with me. I've carried the third pair for over 5 years now and I'm amazed how well they have stood up to the wear and tear of being taking everywhere. I also have a Ripp pair for skiing that I've had for about 7 years. Would definitely recommend and buy again.
Reviewed by Adam from Alaska on Tuesday, December 31, 2013
My wife has gone through two pairs of Native sunglasses over the past 6 years and has really enjoyed them and she really wanted a white pair of sunglasses but not look ridiculous. I saw these and thought what a perfect pair of sunglasses. I purchased them for Christmas and she absolutely fell in love with them. She said that these are exactly what she was wanting with out ever seeing these before. After a few days of having them she can't stop raving how much she likes these sunglasses. Nice job Native and Sierra for carrying these. I also got them at a great price.
Reviewed by Terry from NW CT on Wednesday, October 23, 2013
These Natives are very comfortable & have a lot of coverage. Larger wrapping design isn't too large. The brown polarzed lenses make everything look better. Especially the foliage, this time of year! I have owned Natives before & knew I would like lenses but I still prefer Kaenons over all. Everything about them is nicer, except the price. I purchased these to replace a pair of Kaenons that I lost. The Native Solo's look and feel good & will serve their purpose until my next pair of Kaenons.
Reviewed by 85Renegade from Denver, CO on Wednesday, October 16, 2013
I have been wearing Native sunglasses for years and I don't think I will switch. They are very light and the lenses are very hard to scratch. I have had Maui Jim's, witch scratch very easy and seem to fog up and Costa's are too expensive. The Natives have the fog free holes on top of the frame and they seem to fit guys with large heads. I ordered the black and brown pair of Solo due to being on closeout. I may order the white ones but I am 40 now and don't think I can pull them off. The Solo is a very unique design which you don't see very often and seem to look good on my large round head. Go ahead and buy a pair on closeout for under 50.00 dollars and you won't be disappointed.