I bought Native Apex sunglasses at a large discount online (around Xmas time 2014). Upon their arrival, my gf said if I ever wore them around her in public she would pretend she didn't know me. After a day or two spent trying to defend the glasses, I have to agree — they are hideous looking; the cut is... just... silly looking. I bought Native Apex sunglasses at a large discount online (around Xmas time 2014). Upon their arrival, my gf said if I ever wore them around her in public she would… Full review
Excellent sunglasses,not overly expensive. The lenses come out easily, and they don't slide down your nose with sweat or water. Great for kayaking and canoeing. I have nothing bad to say about them. Full review
Well-made sunglasses with interchangeable lenses. Good for outdoor use if you are physically active. More on the expensive side ~$150. For those with extra change, I'd recommend. Received these as a gift recently for my anniversary, the smoke colored glasses. They are great. The following came with the pack: hardshell case (with compartment for extra lens), softshell case, extra lenses (lighter colored), sticker and a lifetime warranty. This is a great aspect and is one the bigger reasons these… Full review
Purchased a pair of Native Bombers online without ever trying them on. I have a large head and found them to fit well. I purchased a pair with Native's "Reflex" lenses. These are meant to be impact resistant. Having worn them for a year in a variety of conditions, a few pros and cons: Pros: Full coverage — the size of the frames, lenses, and temples provide adequate coverage in all the conditions I used them in. They do very well at preventing air-flow to your eyes during bike rides. Rubber… Full review
Native Eyewear makes sunglasses, goggles, and accessories.