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Let your desire for adventure lead the way—let the Wazee show you the way.

Reach for your Native Eyewear Wazee Sunglasses when your active lifestyle calls for comfortable eye protection that can handle physically demanding activities and unpredictable conditions. Thanks to the interchangeable lens system you can mix up the lens color to best suit the amount of natural light for maximum clarity. Sunday drives along the coast, spring skiing, sunset drinks on the beach.

  • Rhyno-Tuff thermoplastic air frame is extremely lightweight, yet durable enough to withstand high-velocity collisions and temperature extremes
  • Cushinol temple boots and nose pads keep sunglasses in place with non-slip grip
  • Cam-Action hinges lock the temples (arms) into place
  • Mastoid grips at the ends of the temples grip your mastoid bone (behind your ear) for a secure fit during just about any activity
  • Venting system on top of frame allows body heat to escape and air to circulate to virtually eliminate fog and condensation
  • Barrel hinge uses interlocking pieces on the inside of the frame that are held together with a small screw for smooth movement of the frame arm
  • Interchangeable, polarized polycarbonate lenses are impact-resistant and provide high-grade UV protection and visibility

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4 5

Nice shades, little room for improvement

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The most important part of a pair of sunglasses is the lens. On that point, the Wazees have it down. I purchased these to replace a pair of Smith Chiefs that were stolen. The Chiefs are a part of Smith's top-end line with glass lenses. The Wazees beat them for clarity and are a hell of a lot easier to keep clean. I miss the photochromic feature, but I'll deal, especially at 1/4 the price.

The second most important part of a pair of shades is fit. Here, the Wazees are a mixed bag for me. On the one hand, they're shaped in a way that my eyelashes don't constantly brush against the lens and muck them up. On the other hand, these and every other pair of Native shades I've tried are really tight behind the ears. My wife can't wear hers for any period of time because they give her a headache. It can probably be fixed with a hair dryer and some elbow grease, but I haven't gotten around to that, yet.

Final gripe - if you're not careful while folding them, the end of one earpiece will get stuck on the base of the other. I can see this causing someone to break their shades.

5 5

Bummed they Broke

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

These were my go to shades- til I caught the ear piece on a door frame. Stupid- should have been wearing them not carrying them. but they were super awesome while i had them. they were great on the water, on the snow, driving, where ever.

4 5

Current Favorite

These are my favorite all qround glasses. I don't run, bike or exercise in them. But they are great for eveything else! Nice looks and nive ventilation for no fogging when it gets hot at the pool or at the ball game. I have the gunmetal silver reflex.

3 5

broke

Mine just simply broke at hinge while wearing on top of my head(fathead not) fell inside wall at work all I have left is the broken ear piece, and native needs more then that to warranty the product..but have to admit they were comfy

5 5

Wazee indeed

These are a really good pair of polarized sunglasses. I have the maple tort with brown lenses and they are the best for clear vision and comfort out of all the glasses I have owned. I'm seeing things I never have before! I use them for looking good on town, mountain biking, canoeing and pretty much anything else.

1 5

Polarized lens defective

I purchased a pair of polarized Wazee gunmetal/silver reflex sunglasses in Nov. 2010. In December, I sent them in for warranty because the lenses developed straight lines across each lens. I received new lenses at now cost and I put them in. They told me this has happened to other lenses. Six weeks later, these lenses developed the same lines across them also, I had them in their cover when this occurred. I am now wanting my money reimbursed. The sad thing, these are very comfortable to wear.

5 5

Go to's

I have the tort with the sienna lens and these have been my go to shades all summer long. I have a medium size face and they fit perfectly. These are also very light weight and go perfectly with whatever adventure the day brings. I highly recommend these to anyone looking for a pair of sporty, stylish, and comfy sunglasses.

4 5

Gets the job done

I've got a fat head and these fit just fine. Comfortable at the temples and the nose since they are pretty light. The tint on the grey lense is just about right, not too light or dark so fine for overcast days to cut glare. Overall, a good pair of shades.