Quality sunglasses are an effective way to protect a child's eyes. All of the Real Kid Shades provide 100% UV protection and come in sizes newborn to age 12. With the summer season fast approaching, it is a given that most children will be spending a good deal of time outside. Ensuring their eyes are protected by giving them sunglasses is an easy way to make both you and them happy.
My son tried out two of the styles. The first was the Xtreme Element shades in red. These were great because the neoprene band wrapped around his head and allowed the glasses to stay put even when he was running around and very active. They have professional polycarbonate frames and are shatterproof and impact resistant. The band was soft (almost spongy) and very comfortable for my little one. I think these would also be a great choice for an infant because they're comfy enough not to bother them and the wrap ensures the glasses are not going to fall off.
The Flex Shades were the second pair my son tried. These were a traditional type of sunglasses, and they come in both a more sleek 'boy type' of frame (seen above), or a more rounded Jackie-O type of frame for the girls. Both styles are made of unbreakable rubber frames (because when it comes to children, as Real Kids Shades noted, 'bendable is good!').
There are other styles available too, and each comes with a good number of color choices.
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