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bru100403060wrote a review of on October 24, 2011

5 5

These target compression perfectly: they're tighter than other comp sox where you want it but not tight at all elsewhere, so your calf doesn't feel like it's been stuffed into a sausage casing. This is important because too much compression everywhere can mess up your gait and head you straight for tendonitis city. The ventilation works: you don't roast in very hot weather. And they wash fine in the sink and dry fast, so you don't need several pair to use them daily. I'm glad I shelled out for them.

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bru100403060wrote a review of on July 7, 2011

5 5

Can't believe how high quality and durable both the lenses and frames are considering their (feather) weight. Never fog because of vented top. Easy to switch lenses but they never pop out on their own, nomatter what. I wear them for all sorts of sports and they've survived all sorts of collisions, crashes, even a snatch and run by our 90-pound Labrador. I've broken my nose a few times (baseball to the face once, other times, don't ask) so I can't tolerate heavy frames or lenses. The Natives, I barely notice they're on. As somebody said below, Native is a great company to deal with too if anything does go wrong. For my money, these are light years better than the more expensive boutique brands--give 'em a try, you won't regret it. They are unbeatable.

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