Native Dash SS Sunglasses - Tiger's Eye Frame with Brown Lens
Best fits a small to medium profile
N3 Polarized Lenses
Rhyno-Tuff Air Frames
Cushinol Nose Pads
Mastoid Temple Grip
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Product DescriptionRegardless of what type of tackle you use, make the most of your day and equip yourself with the best polarized sunglasses available from Native Eyewear.
N3 Polarized Lenses - The most innovative and advanced polarized lens available, N3 Lenses pass Z87.1 testing and feature up to 40% IR reduction, UV protection up to 400nm, and state-of-the-art blue light filtering. These optical-quality, impact-resistant lenses block 100% of the harmful UV light and eliminate glare for sharp, clear vision with increased contrast and depth perception. Polarized Crystal (P.C.C.) Lenses provide outstanding vision and protection in any lighting condition.
Brown Lenses - 12% Visual Light Transmittance. Suitable for moderate to bright sunlight.
Co-Injected Molding - Native frames now seamlessly incorporate our grippy, comfortable molding right into the plastic.
Venting System - Exhaust vents incorporated into the design framework enhance airflow to virtually eliminate fog and condensation.
Mastoid Temple Grip - This design feature ensures the temple ends hug the mastoid bone (behind your ears), allowing for a secure and comfortable fit.
Anti-Ocular Intrusion System - Designed to prevent your lenses from dangerously shooting toward your eyes in the event of an impact.
Rhyno-Tuff Air Frames - High-performance thermoplastic Rhyno-Tuff Air Frames are extremely lightweight, yet durable enough to withstand high-velocity collisions and temperature extremes.
Cushionol Nose Pads - Ensure a soft feel and custom fit, regardless of your nose's shape or size.
Cushionol Temple Boots - Create a nonslip grip that keeps your sunglasses in place during athletic activity.
Cam-Action Hindges - Allow the temples to quickly lock into position, getting you ready for action.
Folding Plate Technology - Uses complex contoured ribs in a section of the frame to control the flex of the temples. This maximizes the strength-to-weight ratio of the frame.