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Ready for all of summer's action... or a solid round of lounging around on the beach.

Slide on the close-fitting Native Eyewear Ripp Sunglasses and let these polarized lenses shield your eyes from the brutal attack of the summer sun. Crystal Carbonate lenses resist scratching, shattering upon impact and maintain the highest level of optical clarity so you can see clearly. With self-adjusting nose pads, venting system incorporated into the frames and a smooth, comfortable fit, you'll wonder how you made it through previous summers rocking those dime-store flat-frames.

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4 5

good glasses for being on the water

Just finished out a summer leading kayak trips in the San Juan Islands. I purchased these half way through the season and they saved my eyes on the water.

Pros:
great optics, and very clear
Fit very snug on my head
low profile and not to "sporty"
polarized! great for reducing glare on/off the water
good ventilation and very little fogging or misting on the lenses

Cons:
a bit small for my medium/rounder face. I don't get the best peripheral vision because I end up looking right into the edge of the frames.

Overall, I've been very happy with these glasses. They are my first pair of good polarized lenses and I'm hoping to take care of them so that they stick around. I would definitely recommend them.

5 5

Great on the H2o

I have a real need for sunglasses when fishing and kayaking. Many times it is important to know what is beneath you while in the kayak. I use them for shark-fishing off the coastline in Hilton Head. The good news is that now I can see critters beneath the surface--the bad news is that I've spotted sharks down there as long as my twelve foot long fishing kayak. Anyway I think they're inexpensive for what you get. I just used them for marlin fishing off the coast of Mexico and they really help in discerning shapes on the water. I would def. recommend.