Native Bolt

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Native Eyewear made the polarized Bolt Sunglasses with exhaust vents in the top of the frame, so your shades won't fog up when you start to sweat. The venting system also blocks light, since it would be lame to have great airflow but still have to squint. The Bolt Sunglasses' Snap-Back Interchangeable Lens System lets you change polarized tints to fit the weather, while the lightweight, durable frame handles whitewater kayak trips and bumpy mountain bike rides. The Bolt Sunglasses' sleek style and wide frame is best for large-profile faces.

- Backcountry Outlet

With style that will leave anyone in the room sitting bolt upright and at attention, the Bolt Sunglasses from Native eyewear protect your eyes with lenses that eliminate UV rays. Cool enough for downtown on a bright afternoon, they're also sports-ready with lightweight frames and an Anti-Ocular Intrusion System that prevents them from smashing into your face in the event of an impact.

- Mountain Gear

Fashion and function combine in the Native Bolt polarized sunglasses. Polarized Crystal Carbonate(R) lenses have the strongest hard coating available to protect against scratching. P.C.C.(R) lenses pass the rigorous ANSI Z80.3 tests for optical clarity and impact resistance while blocking 100% of harmful UVA and UVB light. Rhyno-Tuff(R) AIR frames endure extreme highs and lows in temperature. Cam-action spring hinges allow the temples to quickly lock into position. Anti-Ocular Intrusion System(R), a 4-point configuration, helps prevent lenses from shooting into your face in the event of high-velocity impact. Self-adjusting Cushinol(TM) nosepads create a nonslip grip that keeps sunglasses in place, ensuring a soft feel and customized fit. Mastoid Temple Grip design ensures the temple ends hug behind your ears to securely keep sunglasses in place. Venting system incorporated into the frames enhances airflow and virtually eliminates fog and condensation. Frames are extremely lightweight, yet flexible and durable enough to withstand high velocity collisions. Includes drawstring pouch that doubles as a lens cloth. Frames best fit large profiles. Special buy.

- REI

Key features:Polarized Crystal Carbonate lenses have a hard coating available to protect against scratchingP.C.C. lenses pass the rigorous ANSI Z80.3 tests for optical clarity and impact resistance while blocking 100% of harmful UV (ABC)Rhyno-Tuff AIR frames are light and durableCam-action spring hinges allow the temples to quickly lock into positionAnti-Ocular Intrusion System Self-adjusting Cushinol nosepads create a nonslip grip that keeps sunglasses in place, ensuring a soft feel and customized fitMastoid Temple Grip design ensures the temple ends hug behind your ears to securely keep sunglasses in placeVenting system incorporated into the frames enhances airflow and virtually eliminates fog and condensationIncludes drawstring pouch that doubles as a lens clothGreat Mens fitFits larger faces very well.

- Campmor

Native Bolt Asphalt/Bronze ReflexNative polarized sunglasses are ideal for eliminating glare. When you're out in the bright sun almost any surface such as water, sand, snow, pavement and more can produce blinding glare. Native's special polarized crystal carbonate lenses have a built-in polarized filter which absorb the horizontal light causing the glare. You're left with sharp, glare-free vision with increased contrast and depth perception. The Bolt's thick temples and wraparound, fashionable styling offer great sun and glare protection. 100% UV protection and anti-scratch coating make Native a top-of-the-line pair of sunglasses. "Reflex" lenses are polarized and provide increased glare reduction and enhanced appearance.

- River Sports Outfitters

Native Bolt

Discontinued

The Bolt has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$24.98 - $120.00

The Native Bolt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 19, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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