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When weight and bulk is a deciding factor in quality shades for you, there’s no sense looking through anything other than the polarized lenses of the Native Eyewear Larimer Sunglasses. Adjust the nose pads to keep these lightweight shades in place when you swing the clubs, leap for a spike on the sand court, or twist the throttle on an epic cross-country motorcycle trip.

  • Extremely lightweight Rhyno-Tuff Air frame resists damage during activities and everyday use
  • Ultralight aluminum arms reduce weight and feature cam action hinges that quickly lock into position when opened
  • Polarized Crystal Carbonate (PCC) lenses shield your eyes from 99% of potentially dangerous glare and provide 100% protection from degrading UV rays
  • PCC lenses are hard-coated to prevent scratching
  • Flex Metal adjustable nose pad system lets you get a snug fit for your particular nose shape and Cushinol nose pads provide grip even when you sweat
  • Native Eyewear’s top vents on the frame help prevent fogging from your body heat
  • Mastoid temple grips hug the bone behind your ear even during rigorous activity
  • Includes a soft protective pouch/cleaning cloth within the case
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Bad reflection on the inside of the lens

    I can see my face - pores and all, like looking in a mirror. I think they need some anti-reflective coating or something. Its highly distracting when cycling, or golfing, or driving, or walking the dog. Besides that they are really nice. But Smiths and even other Native's I have do not have this issue. I would steer away from these.

    Native Larimer Polarized Sunglasses

      I ordered the Native Larimer Polarized Sunglasses and I must say they are definitely the best sunglasses on the market today. I have owned Oakley, Costa, Ray Ban, and several others which were all top of the line and as expensive as they get and I can say that Oakley, Costa, or Ray Ban does not compare to these Native Sunglasses. On top of that they can not match Native's warranty! If you are looking for expensive quality and lasting sunglasses, look no further than your own Native Country. Thanks, Native! Greg E.