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So many choices, same hardcore protection.

A classic silhouette gives the Native Eyewear Highline Polarized Sunglasses a timeless quality, but a wide variety of color styles gives them a fresh, fun look. Style isn't the only thing the Highline delivers; high-quality, crystal-clear optics and glare-fighting UV and infrared sun protection provide safe, comfortable wear. A lightweight thermoplastic frame withstands high-speed collisions and extreme temps, and the polarized carbonate lenses resist impact, so your shades live a long, strong life.

  • Innovative N3 lens resists impact and reduces blue light to deliver high contrast and fine acuity for superior optical performance
  • Protective N3 polarized lens blocks up to four times more infrared light than a regular polarized lens to reduce eye fatigue and the likelihood of dry eyes
  • Reflex lens models add extra glare protection for use on-water or in extremely bright light; other polarized lenses are best for moderate-to-bright light
  • High-performance co-injected Rhyno-Tuff Air Frame withstands high-speed collisions and temperature extremes while feeling light as a feather
  • Soft, comfortable Cushinol nose and temple pads grip for a secure, custom-feeling fit during activity
  • Cam-action hinges lock quickly into position for instant wearability
  • Fits medium to large faces
  • Mastoid Temple Grip hugs the mastoid bone behind the ears for a secure yet comfortable fit
  • Protective case included for storage and transport
  • See chart for lens details and sizing

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5 5

Great sunglasses for everything

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had the Asphalt-Black/Blue Reflex pair for about 5 months now and wear them all the time. The N3 polarized lenses do work really well and the contrast / detail you get are fantastic. The lens actually look a little blue / red in certain light. Also the nose pads do help to keep the sunglasses in place. I have worn these out kayaking plenty of times and that is a feature I really appreciate.

Foam "Padding" inside this case

Foam "Padding" inside this case

Look closely, you may see the 'padding' meant to protect these's that tiny little flat strip of foam at the very bottom, is technically it's foam lined/padded!

Glasses left 'out in the cold'...

Glasses left 'out in the cold'...

No form-fit foam interior padding to hold glasses in place, so as not to get banged up/damaged from bumping around (whether in a ladies purse; the glove compartment; wherever life happens.

3 5

Adequate for the Job!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Nice glasses for small/med. faces. Relatively light-weight; almost forget they're on!
Got the brown for foggy/dim light conditions; as they're too light for extremely bright days.
Can wear with street clothes, but not so much for cycling (I prefer Oakley for this).
Seem like a solid pair of shades...will up-date if necessary.

*The case, however, is cheaply made...again, compared to Oakly's cases; it is similar in style, but flimsy, with NO PADDING (well, there's a super thin, tiny strip of foam glued to one side of the case, and that's it, to protect these glasses)!
Also, as far as sturdiness is concerned, it has a lot of 'give'...will crush easily!

I have a small to medium face. Does anyone...

I have a small to medium face. Does anyone have a suggestion for a similar pair of shades but fit for a smaller face than "medium to large"? I want a solid brand like Native or something

Thanks for suggestions

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These should be just fine. My friend has a narrow face, and he likes them. He says they're pretty light weight, in that he doesn't notice wearing them, which is a good thing.
Oakley will be even lighter-weight, if that's something you're also concerned about....also, better for sports.
I'll see if I can convince him to pose for a pic (but he's camera shy!).
They're pretty cool...but I prefer Oakley myself because I cycle and hike mostly; and Oakley are so light weight, and the build of the frames/lenses, and overall quality of the lenses....not to mention the lens/frame color choices you get (especially if you get customs), sooo much fun!!!

Hope this helps!