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Native Eyewear Hardtop Ultra XP Polarized Sunglasses

$78.95 - $98.95

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Hardtop Ultra XP Polarized Sunglasses

Before you pull the trigger on those ten-bill service-station-special shades, you'd do well to take a closer look at the Hardtop Ultra XP Polarized Sunglasses. Native built these shades to keep up with all of your adventures by equipping them with a durable construction, crispy glare eliminating optics, and a solid fit.

  • Activity ready shades built for the trail, crag, or slopes
  • Polarized lenses eliminate glare to limit fatigue during long days
  • Rhyno-Tuff Air frame is lightweight but extremely durable
  • Nose and temple pads lock these frames on your face during activity
  • Interchangeable lenses help you keep up with changing conditions
  • Included protective case keeps these shades covered in your pack
  • Item #NTV000N

Interchangeable Lens
Rhyno-Tuff Air (thermoplastic)
Nose/Temple Pads
cam action
Case Included
hard, soft
Face Size
Frame Dimensions
[lens/bridge/temple] 42 / 22 / 131mm
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5


I've used it several times

I don’t like just buying any ol thing or just because it's€™ cheap. My taste happens to be on the expensive side and usually whatever it is, is nice and lasts. These are no exception. I love these glasses. They look great and they don’t hurt my ears after hours of wearing them. I wanted the green ones but I didn’t like the tan tint so I went with the blue ones and I haven’™t regretted it. My only flaw is that they do run a little big and nessicitate the use of a cord. A little bit of a bummer but if definitely not a deal breaker. Besides that, these are my new favs.

>Rating: 3

Loose, but nice lenses and case

I've used it several times

The biggest issue with these are they are not for very active wear scenarios...they are loose and can easily fall off your head..OK for driving, even biking but forget skiing etc.

>Rating: 5

Tough shades!

Native makes a bomber pair of shades! I stomped right on my pair with my hiking boots, should have destroyed these but the lenses popped out and were a little cracked in the corner but are still totally usable. Any other pair of sunglasses would have been toast. Aside from being bomb proof these are very light and great for running and hiking, and the low-light polarized lenses great for fishing. I wear these every day!

>Rating: 4

Nice but liked my Sprint's better...

I've put it through the wringer
Runs large
Size Bought
One Size (L)
6` 3"
200 lbs

First of all...these are a LARGE profile per Native's website not Medium as noted in the 'Tech Specs' on Backcountry. I've been wearing these for 6+ months and I'd say more like L-XL but idk. These replaced my Native Sprint's w/ blue reflex lenses that I had for years but lost on a hike. The Ultra XP's are top quality as expected from Native but they are a little wider than my old pair (as previously noted) so they don't hold in place as well. Also, both had the same blue reflex lenses but I feel the Ultra XP's are only half as dark as my Sprint's were. My eyes are sensitive to light so this was disappointing but I still love them, will not leave home without them and will continue to purchase Native Eyewear.