Native Eyewear Griz Polarized Sunglasses

Native Eyewear Griz Polarized Sunglasses
Native Eyewear Griz Polarized Sunglasses
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Griz Polarized Sunglasses by Native Eyewear
Tuck the Native Eyewear Griz Polarized Sunglasses behuind your ears before a day spend on the trail, river, or lake to provide yourself with excellent optics. These optics are created by the polarized N3 lenses that cut out glare and boost contrast to keep you seeing clearly all day long. Meanwhile the vented frames cut down on lens fog during rigorous activities and impressive UV protection gives you peace of mind in the wilderness.

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SKU: NTV001W
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