How to Change Lenses in Native Eyewear Attacks

by Beth Rifkin
The right Attack lenses can minimize glare and improve visibility while particpating in sports.

The right Attack lenses can minimize glare and improve visibility while particpating in sports.

Manufactured by Native Eyewear, the Attack Polarized Sunglasses are designed for use during outdoor sports and activities. The lenses are interchangeable, a factor that allows for optimum visibility and clarity in various lighting conditions. The Attack sunglasses are designed to allow the lenses to easily click in and out of the frames.

1.

Wash and thoroughly dry your hands with a clean towel to prevent dirt, oils or any other substance from smudging the lenses.

2.

Remove the lenses that are currently in your Attack sunglasses. Hold the center bridge of the glasses with your non-dominant hand. Pinch the lens with the thumb and forefinger of your dominant hand. Push the lens gently toward the nose area and lift it out of the Attack frames. Repeat with the other lens.

3.

Choose the new lenses that you would like to use. As of 2015, Attack sunglasses have nine different options for lenses, which protect against varying degrees of sunlight while providing different dimensions of contrast. For example, the blue lenses are designed for bright sunlight and the brown lenses are made to enhance object definition.

4.

Place the new lens into the Attack frames. Take hold of the frames on one of the outer edges. Insert the pointed end of the lens into the nose socket and then allow the lens to lay flat. Press the outer edge of the lens into the frame with your thumb until you hear a soft click, which means the lens is secure. Repeat on the other side.

Items you will need

  • Soap
  • Water
  • Towel
  • Lens cleaner
  • Chamois cloth

Tips

  • Store lenses in their original case when not in use to prevent scratches on the surface.
  • Remove any fingerprints that may have inadvertently adhered to the lenses using two to three drops of a lens cleaning solution and a clean chamois cloth.

References

About the Author

Based on the west coast, Beth Rifkin specializes in business, food, cooking, family, lifestyle and health issues. Her work has appeared in numerous on and offline publications. Beth earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Temple University.

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