Native Eyewear Kodiak Sunglasses - Polarized

Native Eyewear Kodiak Sunglasses - Polarized
Native Eyewear Kodiak Sunglasses - Polarized
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Kodiak Sunglasses - Polarized by Native Eyewear
Aptly part of their Odyssey Series, the Native Eyewear Kodiak Polarized Sunglasses fight the glare and blaze of the sun for exceptional eye protection and comfort while on your outdoor adventure. These super-light and strong shades feature an N3 crystal carbonate polarized lens that provides superior protection against infrared and UV light and crisp, high-contrast optics. A co-injected Rhyno-Tuff frame withstands your crashes and collisions and extreme temperatures for exceptional durability for whatever work or play. Available with either a polarized lens for versatile use in moderate-to-bright conditions or polarized Reflex lens for extra glare protection in the brightest light or when on the water, you can choose what's best for your environment. All models come with an interchangeable SportFlex lens for use in low light. 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: NTV0105
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