Reviewed by Emily from RVA on Tuesday, February 26, 2013
this is my second pair (had the 1st pair for 6 years)... I have raced and trained mountain and road bikes in them, and for everyday use. Very comfy and you can buy replacement nose and ear cusions if they wear out. ...
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Reviewed by all around use from Minnesota & Puerto Rico on Tuesday, January 06, 2015
These are my all-time favorite sunglasses. I use them for all occasions except formal - sports, driving, water sports, hiking, out-and-about. Very comfortable (I have a narrower face and they still fit like they were custom) light, yet rugged. The wraparound design effectively blocks peripheral light and the rubber brow blocks light from above. Love the exchangeable cloudy-day lenses - actually use them all the time.
Reviewed by Franchesca from Irvine, CA on Tuesday, May 14, 2013
These are my second pair of Native sunglasses, and I am happy with both and how they sit close on my face.
In the past, it felt as if most sunglasses (even Oakleys) are built to be slightly lifted from the face, and I've had to keep adjusting them during my long hikes and runs.
That was not the case with this pair. I have a pretty wide face, too, but while it fit snug, it wasn't too tight, either.
I also like the color of the lens. The world somehow looked more crisp and clear. And another set of lenses? Definitely a nice touch (and a good deal).
For me, one of the most important criteria for sunglasses is whether I can put them up on my hair like a headband.
Those sunglasses that sit away from the face never seem to work on the hair, either.
These work perfectly in that sense, too. I'm very satisfied with the purchase!
Reviewed by DeeDeeinOregon from Southern Oregon on Saturday, April 27, 2013
I got the tortoise shell frames with amber lenses. The lens color makes things vivid and the polarization cuts out the glare. There is a bit of distortion for me, looking through the curved lenses, but not enough to make me not wear them. They fit my head well, not too tight but stay on firmly. I have not tried the extra lenses that come with it. The case is a bit large because of the curve of the frames, but it is a good quality hard case that zips up. They also include a drawstring bag that is used for cleaning the lenses if necessary. All in all, I am happy with this purchase.
They have a warranty.
Native Eyewear sunglasses and goggles have a lifetime warranty. If it is determined that your Native sunglasses or goggles have a manufacturing defect within the first year of original purchase, we will replace or repair those glasses or goggles at no cost to you. After the first year, our warranty fee may apply. All repairs are done in the Native facility; do NOT return your Natives to the store. Stores are NOT authorized to provide service under this warranty. Instead submit your repair electronically and then return your sunglasses or goggles directly to Native, along with your printed repair label inside and outside the box.
Answered on 3/19/2013 10:16:10 AM by Prod. Spec. Kevin from Sierra Trading Post