Native Eyewear Flatirons Sunglasses (Asphalt - Gray Lens)

Native Eyewear Flatirons Sunglasses (Asphalt - Gray Lens)

Native Eyewear Flatirons Sunglasses (Asphalt - Gray Lens)

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Native Eyewear Flatirons Sunglasses (Asphalt - Gray Lens)

Native Eyewear Flatirons Sunglasses (Asphalt - Gray Lens)

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  • Co-Injected Rhyno-Tuff Frames
  • N3 Z87.1 Safety Rated Polarized Lens
  • Cam-Action Hinges
  • Cushinol Temple Boots
  • Mastoid Temple Grip
  • 100% Protection from UVA/UVB/UVC Rays
  • Medium/Large Fit, 6 Base Lens Curvature
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You can have high-performance, stylish eyewear that provides protection from harmful UV rays with the Flatirons Asphalt Frame and Gray Lens Sunglasses from Native. The polarized lenses offer protection strong enough to meet Z87.1 safety standards, and the gray color offers all-around protection and maintains color saturation and natural contrasts.. Co-injected Rhyno-Tuff frames seamlessly incorporate soft, grippy material on the inside. The cam-action hinges allow the temple to quickly lock into position. Cushinol temple boots are non-slip, and the mastoid temple grip ensures solid contact behind the ear. These glasses are sized for medium to large faces, and have a relatively flat 6 Base curvature.

UPC: 764824014246
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Native Eyewear Flatirons Sunglasses (Asphalt - Gray Lens)
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    Style Square
    Frame Material Impact-resistant thermoplastic
    Lens Material Z87.1 safety rated polycarbonate
    Lens Curve 6 Base
    Visible Light Transmission 13%
    Lens Size 2.2 x 1.6" / 5.5 x 4.1 cm
    Bridge Size 0.7" / 1.7 cm
    Temple Size 5.1" / 12.9 cm

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