So I've busted my nose once of twice before, and it points every which-way-direction. Since it does this, and the bridge of my nose hates me, finding sunglasses with a wide enough bridge is next to impossible. So I'm limited in the brands I can purchase.
Customer Service From Native:
I'd like to start by saying, I have owned previous Native Eyewear sunglasses and have received customer service from them that I would rate as a 2/5. The first rep I spoke with was very rude while the second was nice. My previous pair were defective (a different sunglass model) and we had problems getting the repair parts. So ultimately I vowed to never own another pair of Native's.
My busted nose decided to not like anything by a whole bunch of other brands, so Native by default enters back into the picture.
Meh... these feel like a cheaper plastic than my previous pair of Endo's. We'll see how well they hold up. Let's pray for no calls to Native's Warranty line.
The price is good and I guess with this price point comes a slightly lower quality / feel for the material. The hinges don't feel as strong.
I've enjoy the protection I get from the polarized lens'. No complaints here.
I'm praying these nose pads don't fall off like on my Endo's. They fell off super easily one day while on trail. My Endo nose pads became gonzo....
But let's hope the adhesive on these Gonzo nose pads actually stick.
I've down graded the rating due to Native's subpar warranty service I've received. 2/5
Sunglasses would get a 4/5
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