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Native Eyewear Endo Polarized Sunglasses

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    You don’t have to be young or live on a bike to do the Endo.

    Mountain bikers, bmx riders, parkour fanatics, and guys who simply love stylish shades that are ready for action, check out the Native Eyewear Endo Polarized Sunglasses. A row of tiny vents in the frame over each of the interchangeable lenses circulate air to prevent moisture build-up even when your blood is pumping. Sleek, wide arms show how your modern, casual style crosses over to your need for total athletic function.

    Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    • SportFlex Optic gear kit includes an additional set of lenses, soft pouch/cleaning cloth, and semi-hard zipper case
    • Proprietary Anti-Ocular Intrusion System prevents removable lenses from coming inward toward your eyes during impact
    • Lightweight Rhyno-Tuff Air frame resists damage during activities and everyday use
    • Interchangeable 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
    • Cushinol nose pads provide grip even when you sweat
    • Mastoid temple grips hug the bone behind your ear even during rigorous activity
    • Includes a soft protective pouch/cleaning cloth within the case
    • Item #NTV0041

    Tech Specs

    cam action
    Interchangeable Lens
    Face Size
    medium, large
    Case Type
    Nose Pads
    Temple Pads
    Recommended Use
    Casual, active eye protection
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Good older model

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

    I've had these for a couple years now. I love them and hardly go anywhere without them. I've skied, fished, hiked, and driven with them. The only issues I've had are the nose pads wearing out and falling off after months of daily use and occasional fogging up when there's no breeze and I'm sweating. The problem I'm having now is they are no longer supported by the manufacturer meaning that I can no longer get replacement nose pads for ones that have fallen off. The lifetime warranty will allow you to get a newer model as a replacement for $30, but I like these enough that I haven't done that yet.

    Not recommended for active wear.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I have not owned these for very long, or gotten much use out of them, but I have used them enough to know I wouldn't want to hike the PCT in them, which is why I bought them. The frame contours to my face around my eyes. At first it was really cool, but then I realized while sitting on my porch on a hot day that my eyes felt like they were in clouds of sweat. Even though they have holes for breathability, they are not breathable unless there is wind. I was uncomfortable just sitting still, so I don't want to know what it would be like hiking in the So-Cal desert in blistering heat. I also find that the nose piece does not rest on my nose, but the bottoms of the frames rest on my cheekbones, which is not comfortable when sweating. I really liked these glasses, I just don't think they are really adequate for active wear--at least not in the heat. They do look cool and would be great for a lot of things, but the fit and function just didn't work for me. The case, extra lenses and bag are all awesome, and I definitely still want Natives. The fact that I got these 50% off was definitely influential in me purchasing them, but I need another model for my purposes (hiking, backpacking in heat)

    best pair of polarized sunglasses

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

    these are the best pair of polarized sunglasses I've ever owned. Period. I take them driving, to the swimming pool, pretty much any outdoor activity in the sun. highly recommended

    Sweet shades

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

    I use these a lot. and I really do mean that. Almost every day you can find a set of endos perched on my nose. they have served all of my needs, whether it be biking, fishing, climbing, driving, or any general outdoor activity

    Best glasses money can buy

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are the best glasses I've owned. Here are some pros and cons.



    Stay in place, great for exercising

    Comes with two sets of lenses for all light conditions

    Bomb proof case and lens cloth

    Durable design

    Arms are thick so they block out sunlight from the sides

    Thick frame also creating a sun block to reduce glare

    Holes in the frame so they don't get foggy

    Overall, they are amazing


    Everybody wants to stare at your sexy shades and ask for autographs. Get's old.

    SUPER Comfortable

      I'm of Chinese descent so I have the common flat-nose property. I usually have a hard time finding a pair of sunglasses with a good fit so it's nice to have finally found something that fits so well. This thing is mad comfortable. I take it on all of my outdoor activities from sea kayaking, to mountaineering, summer backpacking, and competitive road cycling. It works well.

      Although it's not a true pair of glacier glasses, it still does a great job at blocking out nearly all light because of its wrap-around design.

      The only drawback is that you can't add most sunglasses holders that attach to the end of the glasses. So there's no option for added security. But if you don't use those lanyard thing (I forget what they're called) then you're fine. I haven't had any issue with them falling out so no big deal.

      Great pair of sunglasses! I highly recommend them.

      Superlight and great wrap

        I got the Endo more for the looks vs performance but found that despite its chunkier look it is still really lightweight and great for running or riding. The wrap on this sunglass is awsome and it stays on my face without slipping down. The extra lenses are great for early morning rides or cloudy days