Native Eyewear Dash XP

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With interchangeable lenses for bright or low light, the men's Native Eyewear Dash XP polarized sunglasses with larger lenses offer high-quality, all-day eye protection.


Interchangeable lenses help you see clearly in any light condition when you're wearing Native Eyewear Dash XP Polarized Sunglasses. The wrap-around design gives you more peripheral coverage for eXtra Protection (XP, get it') from the sun. Hikers, runners, snow junkies, and other outdoor athletes will be blown away by how easily the polarized lenses cut through the harsh glare of midday sun. Whether you're boating on a bluebird summer day or trail running at night, just swap out your lenses for a lens tint to suit the lighting conditions. The Dash XP has a lens tint that will work perfectly. With this model, Native Eyewear included an optics kit complete with sunglass strap, a hard case, and soft case that doubles as a goggle wipe. 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.


The XP stands for extra protection, and the larger lenses on the Native Eyewear Dash XPs provide greater coverage, while interchangeable lenses provide maximum clarity in most any light condition - making these sunglasses a great choice for a variety of activities.. . . . . . . 100% UVA and UVB protection with polarized silver Reflex lens to reduce glare. Strong, lightweight frame Ryhno-Tuff Air frames. Cushinol padding at nose for superior comfort and stability. Frame vents to reduce fogging. All Native lenses pass the ANSI Z80.3 test for impact. Includes nonpolarized SportFlex lens for low-light conditions. XP - extra protection lenses are 20% larger for more addition coverage. Semi-rigid case included. Best fit for medium sized faces.


The Native Dash XP Polarized Sunglasses Are super lightweight sunglasses for moving fast in the outdoors. Daily run, a week on the trail, speeding downhill on your mountain bike and more, the shades stay put and stay comfy due to the Cushinol nose pads. Rimless on the bottom sheds weight while Hybrid venting at the top deters a foggy lens. The medium Fit profile won't take over your face, just protects the eyes from UV rays with the P. C.C. lens. Dash to your right, left, forward and back, you speedy person, you. Features of the Native Dash XP Polarized Sunglasses Interchangeable Lens System Rhyno-Tuff Air Frames Venting System: Exhaust vents Are incorporated into the design framework to enhance airflow, and virtually eliminate fog and condensation, while strategically placed Hybrid vents and side vents (available on select models) keep frames snugger on your face without compromising Fit. This unique design feature is the only system available that allows maximum ventilation while blocking extraneous incoming light. Cushinol: Cushinol nose pads ensure a soft feel and custom Fit, regardless of nose shape or size, and Cushinol temple boots create a non-slip grip to keep sunglasses in place during athletic activity Cam-Action Hinges: This patented feature allows the temple to quickly lock into position Mastoid Temple Grip: This proprietary design feature ensures the temple ends hug the mastoid bone (behind your ears), allowing for a secure and comfortable Fit Anti-Ocular Intrusion System: This revolutionary system is designed to prevent your lenses from dangerously shooting toward your eyes in the event of an impact Optic Gear Kit and SportFlex Included

- Moosejaw

Dash XP Asphalt Polarized Sunglasses PRODUCT FEATURES: Frame: Asphalt Polarized Lens: Blue Reflex Interchangeable Lenses Rhyno-Tuff Air Frames Mastoid Temple Grip Best fits a medium to large profile Weight: 0.65 oz.

- Appalachian Outdoors

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