Native Eyewear Ryde Eyewear

DESCRIPTION

Built for extreme endurance in competitive sports, the Ryde has become the benchmark in Sports Polarized Eyewear. With unsurpassed P.C.C.™ optics, interchangeable Gator-Lok® temples, a shock absorbing fog reducing Cushinol™ brow bar, and a Rhyno-Tuff® Air Frame, the Ryde is ready for anything - on the road or off.

Available in 4 color variations. Interchangeable Temple Kit sold seperately.

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 18, 2003]
Jeff
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Super light weight frames, very bright and sharp lens, and a no slip nose piece.

Weakness:

None.

I bought the Platinum frame because I liked the rose colored lenses. I ride on a lot of trails that have heavy canopy mixed with sunny areas. The rose colored lenses are perfect for my kind of trails. The really illuminate in shady portions and they are really clear. Well worth the money.

Similar Products Used:

Smith slider, Arnette, Anarchy......you get the idea.

[Jan 18, 2002]
jon
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

good grip, field of vision, polarized, light, flexible

Weakness:

price

great glasses. They reduce glare and improve clarity and contrast. The field of vision is enormous, and they grip my head very well.

[Dec 20, 2001]
Jack
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

Stick well to head
Great field of vision
Anti-fog vents
Polarized

Weakness:

Maybe the price?

great glasses. They have no noticeable distortion and the polarized lenses are good, even for shady areas. A definite recommendation by me.

[Sep 29, 2001]
Al
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

-Great fit
-Very durable
-Mantains contrast
-Incredible coverage
-Comfortable
-Wind protection
-Anti-fog venting system

Weakness:

Small distortion, but it is not noticeable when riding. You really have to concetrate to see it.

These sunglasses are terrific! They grip very well to my head and the nose and ear pieces are very sticky. The lens coverage is more than adequate. I no longer have teary eyes after fast downhill sections. These glasses also protect me from dust kick-up too. These glasses have excellent performance. They retail for about $80-100, but even at that price it's worth it. If you shop around for online catalogs, you might find a killer deal like I did.

[Dec 16, 2003]
Mike
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

excellent product. clear image, good grip, lots of eye coveragem, light, durable

Weakness:

none

great sunglasses. used to have problems with distortion and poor image quality with other glasses, but these are practically distortion free. The polarization on the lenses keep glare down. the grips really help it stay on your head, no worries about them getting jarred off. now get out there and go BUY THEM!!!

[Jun 24, 2001]
Nate
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

light, good slection of colors,very breathable and they dont slip.

Weakness:

none

Great glasses for the money they look good and are comfortable and the don't slip or fog up. BUY THEM.

[Feb 14, 2001]
M. Howe
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Nicely design, nice fit, well ventilated.

Weakness:

None

Native makes a nice assortment of glasses. The lens and frame color choices are great. If you are in the market for glasses, check them out.

Similar Products Used:

Oakleys

[Jan 05, 2001]
Brooks DiDonato
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

These sunglasses thanks to thier Ryno tuff air frames are light and strong. The ear pices and nose pice are made of a very flexible material which almost bonds with your skin. I've never had these sunglasses slip. The styles are amazing in thier selection and beauty.

Weakness:

none

About a month ago I purchased a pair of Low Ryder polarized sunglasses. Since then I have dropped them, sat on them, and done almost every stupid thing that you can do to a pair of sunglasses. After all of this they still look brand new. If you've owned Oakleys before then just imangine, Oakleys that are comfortable, stonger, the lenses don't scratch as easily, and all this comes with a lifetime guarntee. I'm not much of a biker but these sunglasses easily go from tough trail to any setting imaginable. Also the value is tremoundous, polarized, almost indestructible glasses with a lifetime warranty, for only 99 dollars. Thats two thirds of the price of polarized Oakleys. Which are not nearly as comfortable, nor do they have any guarntee. If your looking for a great pair of all around sunglasses, go with natives, nothin can go wrong.

Similar Products Used:

Oakleys

[Aug 20, 1999]
Johnny K
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
Strength:

Fit, Style, Weight, Price

Weakness:

None

I was given these glasses as a gift, they look and feel great! NO distortion at all. You hardley know you are wearing them. The vented rubber/ silicone piece at the top is great, allows the forehead to breath. I dont have them but I hear you can get a strap to replace the ear pieces. All of this for $50 less than oakleys. Only trouble is my friends want them and can't find them around here.

Similar Products Used:

Oakley

[Jun 07, 2001]
STARTEC2U

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

EVERY THING ABOUT THESE GLASSES ARE A STRENGTH

Weakness:

NONE

THESE GLASSES ROCK IF YOU CAN FIND THEM BUY THEM THIS IS A A REVIEW ON THE LOW RYDE MODEL

Similar Products Used:

OAKLY SMITH BOLLIE

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