Native Eyewear Highline Sunglasses - Polarized

So many choices, same hardcore protection.

A classic silhouette gives the Native Eyewear Highline Polarized Sunglasses a timeless quality, but a wide variety of color styles gives them a fresh, fun look. Style isn't the only thing the Highline delivers; high-quality, crystal-clear optics and glare-fighting UV and infrared sun protection provide safe, comfortable wear. A lightweight thermoplastic frame withstands high-speed collisions and extreme temps, and the polarized carbonate lenses resist impact, so your shades live a long, strong life.

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  • Innovative N3 lens resists impact and reduces blue light to deliver high contrast and fine acuity for superior optical performance
  • Protective N3 polarized lens blocks up to four times more infrared light than a regular polarized lens to reduce eye fatigue and the likelihood of dry eyes
  • Reflex lens models add extra glare protection for use on-water or in extremely bright light; other polarized lenses are best for moderate-to-bright light
  • High-performance co-injected Rhyno-Tuff Air Frame withstands high-speed collisions and temperature extremes while feeling light as a feather
  • Soft, comfortable Cushinol nose and temple pads grip for a secure, custom-feeling fit during activity
  • Cam-action hinges lock quickly into position for instant wearability
  • Fits medium to large faces
  • Mastoid Temple Grip hugs the mastoid bone behind the ears for a secure yet comfortable fit
  • Protective case included for storage and transport
  • See chart for lens details and sizing
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Great Sunglasses for the price!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I bought the Evergreen Frost/Gray sunglasses. The fit is excellent for my big head. The nose pads work well with moisture and sweat. The lenses have excellent contrast.

Great sunglasses for everything

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had the Asphalt-Black/Blue Reflex pair for about 5 months now and wear them all the time. The N3 polarized lenses do work really well and the contrast / detail you get are fantastic. The lens actually look a little blue / red in certain light. Also the nose pads do help to keep the sunglasses in place. I have worn these out kayaking plenty of times and that is a feature I really appreciate.

Adequate for the Job!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Nice glasses for small/med. faces. Relatively light-weight; almost forget they're on!

Got the brown lens...best for foggy/dim light conditions; as they're too light for extremely bright days.

Can wear with street clothes, but not so much for cycling (I prefer Oakley for this).

Seem like a solid pair of shades...will up-date if necessary.



*The case, however, is cheaply made...again, compared to Oakly's cases; it is similar in style, but flimsy, with NO PADDING (well, there's a super thin, tiny strip of foam glued to one side of the case, and that's it, to protect these glasses)!

Also, as far as sturdiness is concerned, it has a lot of 'give'...will crush easily!

I have a small to medium face. Does anyone...

I have a small to medium face. Does anyone have a suggestion for a similar pair of shades but fit for a smaller face than "medium to large"? I want a solid brand like Native or something



Thanks for suggestions

These should be just fine. My friend has a narrow face, and he likes them. He says they're pretty light weight, in that he doesn't notice wearing them, which is a good thing.

Oakley will be even lighter-weight, if that's something you're also concerned about....also, better for sports.

I'll see if I can convince him to pose for a pic (but he's camera shy!).

They're pretty cool...but I prefer Oakley myself because I cycle and hike mostly; and Oakley are so light weight, and the build of the frames/lenses, and overall quality of the lenses....not to mention the lens/frame color choices you get (especially if you get customs), sooo much fun!!!



Hope this helps!