Native Eyewear Distiller Sunglasses - Polarized

Native Eyewear Distiller Sunglasses - Polarized
Native Eyewear Distiller Sunglasses - Polarized
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Distiller Sunglasses - Polarized by Native Eyewear
Native Eyewear threw its best ingredients into a pot and boiled it all down until they were left with the Distiller Polarized Sunglasses. They're equipped with enhanced optics and supreme comfort, plus a healthy dose of style, to carry you through daily pursuits and outdoor adventures alike. The Rhyno-Tuff Air frame offers a lightweight feel for all-day comfort, and it's made with plant-based materials to lessen environmental impact. Highly-advanced N3 polarized lenses block up to 4x more infrared light than standard polarized lenses, giving you enhanced contrast, crisp definition, and reduced glare when you're taking in mountain views or navigating the city on your bike. Cushinol and Mastoid pads provide a comfy and secure fit when you're on the move.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.

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SKU: NTV001H
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