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Whether you're fishing, hunting, camping, kayaking, or road tripping to your next adventure, the sun's waves are being reflected off nearly everything. These reflections can create dangerous glare in your field of vision, and Native® Eyewear polarized lenses are here to help. Glare is reflected light that travels on a horizontal plane. Virtually any surface can be a source of glare, including water, sand, pavement, ice, and snow. All of Native's lenses are injected with a durable polarization film in between the layers of proprietary premium lens material. This protective film acts as a glare filter, only transmitting vertical light waves. You're left with sharp, crisp, glare-free vision as well as increased contrast and depth of perception.
Native Eyewear boasts the most advanced infrared protection and innovative polarization layered into our lenses. They're finished with a scratch-resistant coating and a moisture-repellent barrier to provide a superior viewing experience and all-around protection.
Native Eyewear's polarized N3™ lens isn't just another innovation in lens technology. It's a decisive entry into the world of performance eyewear that satisfies anglers, hunters, hardcore adventurers, and style-conscious weekend warriors alike. Native lenses are manufactured to provide unparalleled eye protection against harmful infrared, UV and blue light rays, distracting glare, and the inevitable debris in the Great Outdoors.
The Native Eyewear SportFlex™ lens is a premium, high-contrast specialty lens for flat light or overcast conditions, including early morning or late afternoon activities. SportFlex lens kits come standard with many styles.
Native has chosen an amber lens for the SportFlex technology because of its high-energy, blue-light-blocking capabilities, controlling blue light up to 500nm and increasing depth perception. Along with the reflex mirror coating, these properties reduce glare, yield high-contrast vision, and provide the brightest field of vision for low-light conditions.