Native Eyewear Larimer Eyewear

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Product Description

When weight and bulk is a deciding factor in quality shades for you, there's no sense looking through anything other than the polarized lenses of the Native Eyewear Larimer Sunglasses. Adjust the nose pads to keep these lightweight shades in place when you swing the clubs, leap for a spike on the sand court, or twist the throttle on an epic cross-country motorcycle trip.

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