High-tech, glare-eliminating lenses in a rugged, yet ladylike, frame.
Combining a non-slip fit with impressive eye protection and glare elimination, the Native Eyewear Women's Polarized Pressley Sunglases are a joy to wear everyday or during outdoor excursions. The Pressley's advanced N3 polarized lenses selectively block out specific parts of the light spectrum and eliminate glare to provide a crystal-clear view with increased contrasts and optimal depth perception, while offering top-notch protection against both infrared and UV rays. The Rhyno-Tuff Air frame, made of a high-performance thermoplastic, is super lightweight and as rugged as its name implies: it's made to withstand high-velocity collisions and temperature extremes. So you won't have to panic if you accidentally drop the sunglasses on the ground, or if you're out exploring in a blazing hot desert valley or on a well-below-freezing mountain summit.
The Pressley's frame is shaped to provide comfortable and stay-put grip, while special, non-slip nose pads ensure the sunglasses stay securely in place. The stylishly feminine frame is fashionable enough to wear around town on any day, but functional enough for wearing during active outdoor pursuits.
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.
- Polarized N3 lens and Rhyno-Tuff Air (thermoplastic) frame
- Advanced protection against both infrared and UV rays
- Fits medium to large faces
- Mastoid Temple Grip for a stay-put fit
- Quick-locking Cam-Action hinges
- Non-slip Cushinol nose pads
- Q & A
Too small for their proportions
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
These are cute sunglasses. The color was very vibrant. I really wanted to like them, but the proportions were wrong. The style looks like they should be oversized, but they fit tightly so they end up looking weird. I ended up returning them.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love my sunglasses. I have not gotten to wear them much because it is winter and raining in Portland. However I will enjoy them this summer.