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Native Eyewear Nano 2 Polarized Sunglasses Item # NTVR1201M
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Native Eyewear Nano 2 polarized sunglasses have a clean profile, an interchangeable lens system, vented frames and comfort fit features. The Nano 2 fits larger profiles.
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Native Eyewear Nano 2 polarized sunglasses have a clean profile, an interchangeable lens system, vented frames and comfort fit features. The Nano 2 fits larger profiles.

Optical-quality, impact-resistant Polarized Crystal Carbonate (P.C.C.) lenses block 100% of harmful UV light and eliminate glare for sharp, clear vision and increased contrast and depth perception. The Nano 2 is also available with Polarized Reflex lenses for superior glare reduction and enhanced styling.

High-performance thermoplastic Rhyno-Tuff Air frames are both lightweight and durable. Integrated vents encourage airflow and eliminate fog and condensation while blocking incoming light. Cushinol temple boots create a non-slip grip to support athletic performance.

Available in your choice of styles, Native Eyewear Nano 2 sunglasses include a soft pouch, a zippered case and Sportflex lenses for low-light conditions. Additional lens kits are sold separately.

  • Polarized lenses
  • Interchangeable Lens System
  • Rhyno-Tuff Air Frames
  • Venting
  • Cushinol
  • Cam Action Hinges
  • Anti-Ocular Intrusion System
  • Optic Gear Kit and SportFlex Included
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Likes: Good lenses (optically - don't know about durability yet). Nice look. Fit my big head. Come with nice hard case, a soft bag, and an extra pair of lenses, so value is excellent. Been using them for bicycle riding and they're great for that. Well vented to they don't fog up easily.

Dislikes: The glasses are a little uncomfortable around the ears after a while. Definitely don't work inside a motorcycle helmet. Neither of these issues is necessarily a fault with the glasses. Fit/comfort is a very personal thing and glasses inside a helmet need to have a flat bow design (these don't). Also, Backcountry Edge needs to provide more information in the product description. Most sunglasses are made for a specific range of head sizes (sm, med, lrg). The Nano 2's are made for large to very large, but I had to look elsewhere to find that information.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - January 22, 2013