Native Endo Review
One of our favorite shades this season, the Native Endo, not only performs like sport sunglasses, but look pretty bad ass too. A common trend that sunglass makers are picking up on is that consumers/athletes want a shade that fits their performance and fashion needs. Plain and simple, Native Eyewear gets this concept. We’ve tested the Endo’s while getting involved in some heart pounding activities and the Endo’s responded stride for stride. Though these sunglasses are a great performer, they weren’t able to answer the age old problem of getting fogged up while taking a quick rest on our runs (maybe the shades are telling us something!) Some of the features that are worth mentioning include the Anti-Ocular Intrusion System, which prevents the lenses from shattering inwards and doing some major eye damage. This is a definite plus, however, in our many years of wearing sunglasses we haven’t broken a pair of lenses while in action. I guess this can be better thought of as insurance for your eyes. The Endo’s come with the standard Native venting system: the frame that has 3 holes above each lense, we’ve found it to efficient in 97.43% of the time. For us sporty types, the arms on these glasses are made of a sticky rubber that hugs your head comfortably and preventing them from slipping off.
After testing out a number of new shades for Spring 10, we found ourselves picking up the Endo’s more than any other pair, making it our go-to shade because of its close fit and the multitude of lens options available. The Endo’s price point is between $109 and $129, which we feel is a nice range for a pair of shades that can double for sport and style sunglasses. For more information, please visit Nativeyewear.com