2009 Model No Longer Available
Native Eyewear Cable Interchangeable Sunglasses - Polarized - 2009 BCS
You might not think of it much, but your face gives off a lot of heat while you run, bike, and hike. The Native Eyewear Cable Interchangeable Polarized Sunglasses use vents on the top of the frame to help keep your lenses fog- and condensation-free.
- Interchangeable lens technology means you can have one pair of sunglasses for many different lighting situations (extra lenses sold separately)
- Anti-Ocular Intrusion System helps prevent lenses from pushing toward your eyeballs in the event of a high-velocity impact
- Lightweight, durable frame takes abuse
- Polarized lenses block 100% of harmful UV light and eliminate glare
- Frame size fits large to extra-large faces so it won’t look like you’re wearing a child’s shades
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April 28, 2013
Hard to find glasses for my fat head. Really liked this pair, but one of the arms was higher than the other. Sent them back for a new pair and was told they'd check before sending the second pair to make sure they didn't have the same problem. When they arrived, first thing I did was place them on a counter. New pair had the same exact problem, only on the opposite side. Called back to tell them my problem and ended up getting a different style of Natives. Ended up ordering the Native Bolder glasses and was assured they wouldn't have the same problem. Guess what happened....the 3rd pair of sunglasses had the same freakin problem. Really liked both styles of glasses, but unless one of your ears is noticeably lower than the other, I wouldn't recommend getting these. Ended up ordering some Oakley Pit Bulls. Payed the difference in price, but well worth it. Soon as you hold them, you can tell the difference in quality....and they're not warped.
June 4, 2012
Terrible quality. On my third pair of frames and all have been delivered warped. When you sit them on a flat surface like a counter one of the side arms sits 1/4" off the surface. Don't expect much from the "warranty" either.... for only $30 they will fix your poor quality manufacturing problem. No way to make a warranty claim until you give them your credit card info.
Awesome for a big noggin!
May 30, 2012
Just got these in Gunmetal/Copper and love them. They provide amazing coverage. All I can see is the lens when I'm wearing them. They're extremely light. These are probably too big for anyone with an average sized head or smaller, though. I have a big head, so they're perfect for me. The sportflex lens these come with are amazing for low-light activities such as a sunset mountain bike ride. One thing that's weird is that the sportflex lenses are noticeably smaller than the copper lenses my sunglasses came with. It doesn't affect performance, but it's definitely easier to take the sportflex lenses out of the frame than it is to get the copper lenses out. Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase and will most likely buy some gray lenses for these shades to make them even more versatile.
Great for all sports
May 11, 2012
Love these glasses. Came with two sets of lens and the swap is really east to do. They stay put on your face even when sweating heavily. Can't really think of anything bad to say about them.
April 15, 2012
I picked these up on SAC, it's always a gamble to buy glasses online because they can fit so differently. These are the perfect frames for me. I have a relatively slim face and they fit and function perfectly. I've used these on a many runs, 20 road bike rides, backcountry and in-bounds skied in these and they are great. They haven't fogged up even when skinning up 6000' in the sun.
I have to disagree with previous reviewer, I did a tomahawk fall skiing and these thing stayed on my head. I punched my face right into the snow too.
I haven't changed lenses yet so I can't comment on that.
no squeeze love
April 14, 2011
These just did not want to stay on my head. I ended up returning these glasses because they always felt like they were going to fall off if a good breeze came along or I turned real fast.
They had fantastic coverage, and the fact that their lenses were interchangeable was great, but they were not worth the money.