The Native Eyewear Sanitas Polarized Sunglasses don't just treat your corneas to crystal-clear views and glare-free optics, but they're real eye candy for anyone that gets to look at you. The Sanitas may have a vintage look and feel, but its optics are anything but old school. Polarized lenses help to block UV rays, provide crisp definition and stark color contrasts, and reduce glares on shiny surfaces like metal and water, so you won't be blinded when you're knocking out some light welding on the deck of your yacht. Like all Native sunglasses, the Sanitas has a tough thermoplastic frame with cushioning nose and temple pads to ensure all day comfort and long-lasting durability. 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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