Interbike 2012: Looking good with Native eyewear

Native Eyewear were on hand at Interbike last month showcasing their increasingly impressive line of performance and casual eyewear.  A sister company of Costa eyewear, Native’s new Odyssey line of glasses feature N3 polarized lenses (with a focus on UV exclusion and blue light filtering) and incorporating seamlessly co-molded temple grippers.  The Lynx, above, also includes adjustable nosepieces.  Look past the break for some detail shots and more casual options…

Co-molding the rubber grippers into the glasses' arms means no more lost rubber.
The Big Fork is a technically-featured, casually-styled option for on and off the bike.
The photogenic Trango has a cool marbled frame and all of Native's Odyssey series tech features.

The Odyssey series glasses will sell for $130-160 and should appear soon at www.nativeyewear.com.

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  1. Whilst the shades look very very cool and very comfortable to wear, European Support / Warranty is terrible. I broke off one of the stems and Support was unable to send me a replacement stem, not luck supergluying. It’s complete madness to throw away a perfectly good pair of shades but cost of shipping and all is the same price as a new pair! For that money to be honest I expect a little customer service.

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