Native Eyewear Nano 2 Sunglasses - Polarized Reflex Lenses
About Native Eyewear Nano 2 Sunglasses - Polarized Reflex Lenses
Closeouts. Native Eyewear's Nano 2 sunglasses feature ultralight, ventilated and durable Rhyno-Tuff® Air Frames that are perfect for tackling high-octane activities, and interchangeable, polarized Reflex lenses for versatility and glare-free vision.
Specs about Native Eyewear Nano 2 Sunglasses - Polarized Reflex Lenses
- Lens material: Polycarbonate
- Frame material: Rhyno-Tuff® Air Frame (thermoplastic)
- Lens features: Polarized
- Extra lenses: 1
- Base curvature: 8 Base
- Frame fit: Large,Medium
- Lens coverage: Large
- Temple to temple: 5-1/4"
- Light transmission: Polarized blue reflex 10%, Sportsflex 60%
- UV blocking: 100% UVA,100% UVB
- Weight: 0.8 oz.
- Made in Mauritius
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
My favorite sunglassesVerified Buyer Reviewed by MicStr from Colorado on Wednesday, March 22, 2017I have had multiple pairs of Native sunglasses, and I continue to come back to them! They're great!
a little too wide/bigVerified Buyer Reviewed by LonnieMoo from San Francisco on Sunday, February 12, 2017So interestingly I have had a pair of Nano-2's since 2007 but this last version is that much larger and the lenses now touch my cheeks too much. had to return
Nice, but...Verified Buyer Reviewed by Driver from CA on Friday, February 5, 2016The frame is thicker than I prefer, so I'm returning them.
Always nice to stock up on Native EyewearVerified Buyer Reviewed by LonnieMoo from San Francisco on Wednesday, February 3, 2016they no longer make these...so love finding a deal to pick up a pair
Nono 2Verified Buyer Reviewed by Alton from Louisiana on Tuesday, September 22, 2015Glasses fit good seens to help with the sun, how good they hold up is another story my first pair of native eyeware the lens went bad in 6 months.
Style and FitVerified Buyer Reviewed by Quadmax from Arizona on Monday, September 7, 2015I have trouble finding sunglasses that don't squeeze my temples (my friends would say I have a fat head) but Native's Nano 2 is very comfortable for me. I love the look and the variety of interchangeable lenses that come in a variety of shades and colors. They are discontinued now but I was thrilled that Sierra Trading Post still has a supply of them.
Great sunglassesVerified Buyer Reviewed by Don the biker from Washington on Friday, July 31, 2015Great glasses, they work great for skiing, mt biking and motorcycling! Brought this pair to replace a pair I lost. These fit me perfect, best sunglasses ever owned.
Best Sunglasses For All of My NeedsVerified Buyer Reviewed by Robert from Houston, TX on Monday, April 13, 2015Among all of the sunglasses on the market today, I've found that Native Nano2 fit me best (large head) & the ability to change out the lenses to meet the environment is a feature that I really like. These are very lightweight sunglasses that go with me everywhere & meet every need, including OSHA safety requirements when I visit sites that require it. The polarized lenses work wonders while fishing & I can adjust them to meet the light - cloudy, early morning, bright sunshine, &c. I have three sets of frames & a multitude of lenses in the hopes that they will carry me through the inevitable breakages & damage over the years, especially since these are a discontinued model - though there are still plenty of them in the marketplace.
Gone but not much missedVerified Buyer Reviewed by Not Going Native Again from Florida on Wednesday, January 21, 2015The Nano/Nano 2 is no longer manufactured or supported by Native.
I've owned 4 pairs & am now on my 5th: you get hooked, because each pair comes (or came) with multiple lenses (as many as 4 sets) and, although you could buy replacement lenses you couldn't simply buy replacement frames.
So when the frames broke you had to buy new frames AND lenses. Since I had 4 frames break, I ended up with about 15 pairs of lenses. Native DOES offer a warranty whereby you can buy a new pair of frames with 1 or 2 pairs of lenses for $30, but that just keeps you hooked. (The Native Customer Service agents ARE friendly and DO try to be helpful.)
In addition, the lenses scratch easily. About 11 of the 15 prs I have are too scratched to use for anything that requires sharp vision.
When I couldn't replace the Nano 2 frames for $30 via Native, I bought my latest pair from Sierra Trading Post (came with one pair tinted lenses, one pr clear) but only because I already have all those old lenses. I like the design, but this will be my last Native purchase of any kind.
I also just bought a pair of Costa Blackfin BL 22s from STP. Wow! What a difference! Why did I even buy that 5th pr of Nanos?! The Costas are especially good for boating and get very high ratings from Practical Sailor magazine, which is the Consumer Reports of sailing. PS doesn't rate any Native eyewear.
Crooked on 2/3 usersVerified Buyer Reviewed by WyoMom from Laramie, WY on Tuesday, December 9, 2014While my husband (the ultimate user) thought these fit OK, 2/3 of the people that tried them on in our house thought they sat crooked on our faces. In the end even my husband opted for a different pair.
Question & Answer
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“I use these sunglasses when kayaking. I put them in my pfd pocket and unfortunately they came out with a broken frame at the hinge. Is there a warranty on these that offers replacement?”
You will be pleased to know that Native offers a lifetime warranty and has replaced my broken Nano's on two occasions for a nominal charge. You can register for your replacement at http://www.nativeyewear.com/Warranty-Online-Claims. Please see below:
Native Lifetime Warranty Online Claims
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.
There is a warranty but they are not making the Nano's anymore. After you pay $35(if you dont have a receipt) , Native will allow you to choose one from a few of their other lines of glasses.