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About Native Eyewear Gonzo Sunglasses - Polarized

Closeouts. Poolside in the Las Vegas desert or on the water, Native Eyewear Gonzo sunglasses protect your eyes with glare-reducing polarized lenses and a large profile fit.


Specs about Native Eyewear Gonzo Sunglasses - Polarized

  • Lens material: Crystal carbonate
  • Frame material: Rhyno-Tuff® Air Frame (thermoplastic)
  • Lens features: Interchangeable,Polarized
  • Extra lenses: None
  • Base curvature: 8 Base
  • Frame fit: Large
  • Lens coverage: Large
  • Light transmission: 12%
  • UV blocking: 100% UVB,100% UVA
  • Weight: 1 oz.
  • Made in Mauritius
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4.266666 5 Overall Rating: 4.3 Based on 15 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Great eyewear
Verified Buyer Reviewed by moosemcginty from Baltimore, MD on Monday, April 30, 2012
Nice stylish glasses for everyday wear
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  • Full coverage
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Patrick from Tennessee on Thursday, December 29, 2016
    These glasses fit so well I don't have that annoying "seeing the edge of my frames" thing happening. Great lenses too. Awesome
  • Good coverage
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Zach from WI on Saturday, December 3, 2016
    Decided to return. They were fine, good coverage, stayed secure, just not my style. Fits a medium face well.
  • Big Sunglasses
    Reviewed by Ryledup00 from Kentucky on Wednesday, November 6, 2013
    These polarized sunglasses have great coverage and are DARK! Love the interchangeable lenses. The description says it all, LARGE profile.
  • great glasses!
    Reviewed by Sean from Fircrest on Friday, June 21, 2013
    My husband loves these glasses. Very crystal clear !
  • Native Eyewear
    Reviewed by Elizabeth from South Carolina on Thursday, May 23, 2013
    I love these sunglasses on guys! I bought a pair for my brother and now my boyfriend... such good quality and such a gnarley look! And what a great price from STP!

Question & Answer

Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.

  • “do these glasses come with a case, or an extra set of lenses”
    Asked by snowboardjake from pittsburgh, pa on 8/28/2012 12:00:00 AM
    • They do not come with a hard case or an extra set of lenses.
      Answered on 8/31/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod.Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
  • “What does "Lens Curvature: 8 Base" mean?”
    Asked by Harpoon from Unknown on 7/17/2012 12:00:00 AM
    • Base curve radius or simply base curve, abbreviated BCR or BC, is the measure of one important parameter of a lens in optometry. On a spectacle lens, it is the flatter curvature of the front surface and on a contact lens it is the curvature of the back surface. Typical values for a contact lens are from 8.0 to 10.0 mm. The base curve is the radius of the sphere of the back of the lens that the prescription describes. Contact lenses must fit well to the wearer's cornea in order to be comfortable and to facilitate tear exchange and oxygen transmission.
      Answered on 7/23/2012 12:00:00 AM by Customer care from Sierra Trading Post

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?