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We need sunglasses to protect our eyes from the sun’s harmful rays. But we also need to see the path ahead. If you’re familiar with the inevitable lens fog when transitioning from the slopes to the ski lodge or from a chilly street to a heated coffee shop, you’ll be excited to know there is a pair of anti-fog glasses that will save the day.

Native Eyewear Debuts Anti-Fog Glasses for Better Visibility in the Outdoors

Native Eyewear debuted their new Raghorn and Griz sunglasses at this winter’s Outdoor Retailer, featuring a 3-Slot Zephyr Airflow System to eliminate fogging.

Both the Raghorn and the Griz sunglasses also feature N3™ Polarized Lens Technology which blocks up to 4X more infrared light than regular polarized lenses. The lens technology reduces blue light and selectively filters UV, so the snowy trail and the sunny beach can both be enjoyed for all their color and clarity.

Like the grizzly bear, the Griz glasses are big—the biggest of Native Eyewear’s styles. We’re loving the unique “desert tan with gray” color for the Raghorn style, which is slightly smaller.

product image of tortoise shell colored anti-fog glasses from native eyewear

Our favorite part? All Native Eyewear sunglasses are backed by a Lifetime Warranty.

Buy Now: $109-$129

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  • Britany Robinson

    Britany Robinson

    Britany is the Managing Editor of The Dyrt. She's been a writer ever since she can remember, and her first literary accomplishment was having a poem about a panda published when she was eight. The anthology was definitely a scam to get her parents to buy a bunch of anthologies, but she's still pretty proud of her panda poem. When she's not at her computer, she's (hopefully) outside, hiking or camping with her dog.