Description

One Bomber for many different forecasts.

If you’re sitting in the cramped, over-heated cockpit of a B52, at least your Native Eyewear Bomber Polarized Sunglasses will stay clear and un-fogged. These interchangeable-lens shades have a vented frame that keeps the coast clear.
  • � Interchangeable lens technology means you can have one pair of sunglasses for many different lighting situations (extra lenses sold separately)
  • Anti-Ocular Intrusion System helps prevent lenses from pushing toward your eyeballs in the event of a high-velocity impact
  • Lightweight, durable frame takes abuse
  • Polarized lenses block 100% of harmful UV light and eliminate glare

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5 5

The name says it all.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

This sun g's are bomber. They stay tight to my face when moving around and fit snug around the eyes, allowing minimal sunlight in. I was also able to switch my dad from a Maui Jim guy to a Native one. He has had several Vigors and will not go to another sunglass.

I bought them off S&C at a fairly discounted rate, as the only thing I don't like about the glasses is the price. But compared to other brands, they are in the same ballpark.

3 5

Not much to say

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought these getting a good deal on Steep and Cheap (a sister site of Backcountry's) and they looked sweet and I needed a new pair of polarized glasses for fishing so I went with these. My dad wears Natives all the time and raves up and down that they are awesome glasses. I had a pair of Ray Bans for 3 years and they were nearly falling apart by the time I lost them. They were much heavier than these which was one of the few things I liked about these but when I wear them for extended periods of time like when I'm kayaking or fishing they begin to hurt my ears which makes me start having a headache. Talk about screwing up a day. Maybe its just me but I'm not 100% satisfied with these.

1 5

don't waste your time

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are mediocre at best, nose pads fell off within first week. Customer service at native is a joke, they have no interest in helping. Don't waste your time on these even with a SAC price you're betteer off with a different brand!

5 5

the bomb

Just got my bombers and they are pretty sweet. Got the pale ale fade color which I think looks even better than the pics. You can tell they are made for a large-ish dome piece which I have. very sturdy on your head (can't shake em off) and beautiful view thru the lenses.

I bought a pair of these glasses earlier...

I bought a pair of these glasses earlier this year but can't seem to figure out how to remove the lenses from the frames in order to replace them with new ones. The instructions are not very helpful on this front so any help is much appreciated.

Edit: Figured it out on my own...The instructions that Native lists online are not quite correct. the lens shape is different from the picture and therefore instead of pinching and pushing towards the nose piece, its actually pinching and pushing down. this allows the upper outside corner to pop out and the rest comes out easily. they go back in the reverse of taking them out...


Cheers,
West

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The instructions on the website seem fairly straight forward, just grab the lens near the hinge, push towards the nose, and then pull outward away from where you face normally is. To put in, push into the nose, and then towards where the face normally is.

5 5

Great sunglasses!

I've had another smaller pair of Natives for several years and have been really happy with them. When my kids scratched my Spy glasses, I turned to the Natives. The lifetime warranty is a plus, but I wouldn't have bought them if they didn't fit so well. I wanted a second pair of glasses with a larger profile and more side coverage and these fit the bill perfectly. The nose pieces are grippy, but the temples are not. They stay put very well. I also like the down-curved temples because one problem I've had with straighter temples is that they bump against a hatband. One downside is that extra lenses are not included. I love the amber lenses of my other pair, and maybe I'll buy those for the Bombers someday.

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Native is a quality brand, which builds durable shades. The bomber fit my 23 inch head and face much better than the slimmer Triumph. If you have a larger requirement for sunglasses, they can be hard to find. The bomber fit nicely, won't fall off while in action, and there's minimal behind the ear pinch. I always have this problem, the bomber is made for guys with a mellon. They might fit bug'ishly on a slender dome. The lenses are what you'd expect from a polarized Native. They make cloudy, low-lit days bright and block sunshine and glare perfectly. The styling on the wood frames is really new and nicely updates the typical brown framed shade that I always sick with. The brown lenses are pretty solid all-around. Rose lenses are my favorite, but I am really happy with these. Doubt I'll be changing the lenses out for conditions; work great in all light conditions as the rose version do... for those who are a rose fan.