Throwing Shade

These Flattering New Sunglasses Work on a Boat and on a Run


March 27, 2019 Sports and Outdoors By
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Native Eyewear launched its newest spring sunglass style this week, named the Four Corners. The polarized sunnies come in four different frame and lens colors. Mirrored lenses improve your field of vision thanks to reduced glare and an enhanced contrast so you can differentiate the rocks from the dirt from the sticks on your early morning trail run. The sticky Cushinol nose pads keep the sunglasses on your face, even if you sweat through a hike or take a dip in the pool. The matte black tortoise and wood frames are just $129, while the wood and blue frames with a reflex lens are $149.

Gear Patrol also recommends:
Oakley Enduro Sunglasses ($140 $69.73)
Zeal Optics Windsor ($149)
Smith Drake ChromaPop Polarized Sunglasses ($219 $153)
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