Native Eyewear Lulu Sunglasses - Polarized (For Women)

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Overview

About Native Eyewear Lulu Sunglasses - Polarized (For Women)

Closeouts. Curvy, ultralight and ventilating Rhyno-Tuff® Air Frames may make Native Eyewear's Lulu sunglasses stylish and comfy, but the glare-cutting polarized lenses make them a high-performance choice for any season.

Specs

Specs about Native Eyewear Lulu Sunglasses - Polarized (For Women)

  • Lens material: Crystal [P.C.C.] polycarbonate
  • Frame material: Rhyno-Tuff® Air (castor-based resin), metal alloy
  • Lens features: Polarized
  • Style: Square,Butterfly
  • Extra lenses: None
  • Base curvature: 8 Base
  • Frame fit: Small
  • Lens coverage: Medium
  • Temple to temple: 4-3/4"
  • UV blocking: 100% UVB,100% UVA
  • Weight: 0.8 oz.
  • Made in Mauritius
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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 1 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by pearl from kansas on Monday, January 2, 2017
the wife loves them
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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?