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Native Eyewear Hardtop XP™

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  • Hardtop XP = Xtra Protection.
  • Interchangeable Lenses.
  • Rhyno-Tuff® Air Frames.
  • Interchangeable Gator-Lok® Temples.
  • Venting.
  • Cushinol™.
  • Cam-Action Hinges.
  • Mastoid Temple GripTM.
  • Anti-Ocular Intrusion System®.
  • Best fits a large to extra large profile.
  • Includes one set of polarized lenses.
  • Imported.

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  • Video Description View the Video Description for this product! (Please note that the color shown in the video may no longer be available.)
  • Hardtop XP = Xtra Protection.
  • Interchangeable Lenses.
  • Rhyno-Tuff® Air Frames.
  • Interchangeable Gator-Lok® Temples.
  • Venting.
  • Cushinol™.
  • Cam-Action Hinges.
  • Mastoid Temple GripTM.
  • Anti-Ocular Intrusion System®.
  • Best fits a large to extra large profile.
  • Includes one set of polarized lenses.
  • Imported.
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Native Eyewear Hardtop XP™

Average rating is 4 out of 5 from a total of 5 reviews.

Top Positive Review

3 people found this review helpful.

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Natives are great - I'm an active canoe paddler. The polarized glasses are great on the water. They're light, vented, and look cool. I used to wear Maui Jims, but lose a pair every year on the water - expensive. Found Native glasses on vacation in Seattle two years ago. There’s no local distributor in Maui. On-line purchases is the way to go. Mahalo.

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I am on my third replacement set of sunglasses, each pair has lasted less than 6 month. I purchased these sunglasses several years ago, and at first I really loved them. After about 2 months the plastic pin that held the temple in place broke, and I sent them in for replacement and was charged $20. The next pair had metal pins (this tells me that Native knew that there was a problem and charged me a replacement fee for defective sunglasses). This pair lasted a little under 6 months before the frame cracked lengthwise across the right brow. I sent these in for replacement and was this time charged $30 for for replacement, despite the fact that my warranty details stated that it would cost $20. At this point I wrote Native stating just how upset I was, and requesting that they at least refund me for the replacement, they never responded. The next pair of sunglasses were non-symmetrical and didn't fit right, the right ear piece popped off when the glasses were flexed in the slightest and, in addition to that, the reflex coating scratches with even the most careful use. So far these cheap crap glasses have cost me nearly $190, I am tempted to throw in the towel and buy a pair of Smith sunglasses, they have a better warranty and seem to be more durable. Do not buy these sunglasses unless you like to give away your money!

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3 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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Natives are great - I'm an active canoe paddler. The polarized glasses are great on the water. They're light, vented, and look cool. I used to wear Maui Jims, but lose a pair every year on the water - expensive. Found Native glasses on vacation in Seattle two years ago. There’s no local distributor in Maui. On-line purchases is the way to go. Mahalo.

I'd also recommend: Haven't tried anything else yet.

  • from Kahului, Maui
2 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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Best thing for active people - I've had these for 5 years. I wear them to paddle competitively, run, kayak, and hiking. Absolutely easy to switch between lenses and so light! The straps are perfect if you tend to lose your sunglasses. When I'm not wearing them, I just have it like a necklace. I highly recommend these. They are worth the long term investment.

  • from New York, NY
2 people found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 1 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!
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I am on my third replacement set of sunglasses, each pair has lasted less than 6 month. I purchased these sunglasses several years ago, and at first I really loved them. After about 2 months the plastic pin that held the temple in place broke, and I sent them in for replacement and was charged $20. The next pair had metal pins (this tells me that Native knew that there was a problem and charged me a replacement fee for defective sunglasses). This pair lasted a little under 6 months before the frame cracked lengthwise across the right brow. I sent these in for replacement and was this time charged $30 for for replacement, despite the fact that my warranty details stated that it would cost $20. At this point I wrote Native stating just how upset I was, and requesting that they at least refund me for the replacement, they never responded. The next pair of sunglasses were non-symmetrical and didn't fit right, the right ear piece popped off when the glasses were flexed in the slightest and, in addition to that, the reflex coating scratches with even the most careful use. So far these cheap crap glasses have cost me nearly $190, I am tempted to throw in the towel and buy a pair of Smith sunglasses, they have a better warranty and seem to be more durable. Do not buy these sunglasses unless you like to give away your money!

I'd also recommend: Smith

  • from Fort Collins
1 person found this review helpful
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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I've had these glasses for four years. I used to buy a cheap pair of sunglasses every year only to have them break on me after about a year. I have a big head, so finding a pair that fits comfortably is annoying and I was spending quite a bit on cheap sunglasses. I finally decided to break down and get a good pair of glasses and ended up settling on Native because they seemed more functional for the price. I had read about some of the previous issues with the plastic pin on this design, but saw they had changed to metal that works well. The optics on the glasses is far better than anything I'd previously had with the cheap glasses. I carry them just in my pocket when not using them and have had no problems with scratching. The interchangeable ear pieces are great to swap between conventional glasses and something good for water sports. The lenses are easy to change, though a little trickier if you try to be careful to avoid getting finger prints on the lenses, though they are easy enough to simply wipe down after changing. The only problem I had with them thus far is that after a couple years, the cushion along the top of the right side lens started coming a little loose on one side. I could have easily fixed it myself with a little adhesive, but it also was easy enough to just place back in position if it happened to come out of position a bit, so I never bothered. Overall, I went from someone who thought this price for sunglasses would be a rip off to someone who would gladly buy another pair if I lost mine.

  • from Albany, NY
Overall: Rated: 5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!
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I have been wearing Native sunglasses for about six years and currently have three different styles. They are by far the clearest lenses that I have seen on any brand of sunglasses, and I have tried much more expensive glasses. I have broken my Hardtop XP style a few times over the past six years and sent in for the warranty with no problems in getting things fixed for the small warranty fee. I would not buy anything else after wearing Natives!

I'd also recommend: None

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