Friday, June 14, 2013

Real Kids Shades (Review & Giveaway)

Disclosure: Mail4Rosey received Real Kids Shades products to help facilitate the review. No other form of compensation took place. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



Real Kid Shades knows that protecting children's eyes from the sun is important, that is why they have partnered with Prevent Blindness America, the nation's leading volunteer eye health and safety organization to help increase awareness and understanding of detrimental long-term effects that can occur from unprotected sun exposure to children's eyes.

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.

You can learn more about Real Kids Shades by visiting their website: http://www.realkidshades.com/index.html

You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and/or YouTube.  They also have fascinating and informative facts, information, and articles on their blog.

One lucky reader is going to get to choose a pair of Real Kids Shades of their own.

US/Canada entrants only.
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34 comments:

Lena said...

I love their great selection. My kid would love a pair!

Lena said...

And I comment on most of your posts :)

Pat Hatt said...

haha he sure looks to be rockin those

Lizbeth McGow said...

Hey girl, you have a super model in your hands for sure, by the time he gets to go to college he would probably will have it paid with his modeling gigs, think about it. He is super cute and photogenic! I love the fact that the glasses have that little strap in the back...if they are not wearing them they won't loose them because the glasses will stay around their neck! great giveaway!

mail4rosey said...

He's a sweetheart to pose for me all of the time, lol. I'm sure it's boring for him. :)

I like that strap too, I like even more that it's comfy for him and doesn't leave that ugly mark elastic straps do (I'm thinking goggles).

Carla said...

Those are cute! Elliott is rough on sunglasses, but does wear them most of the time when we are outside. He has a pair in all three vehicles, plus two or three in the house, so we are always prepared. :) I was thinking just the other day that we need to get him some new ones, though, because the ones in the van are pretty scratched up.

Carla said...

I comment on at least half of your posts, because you are one of my favorite bloggers!

mail4rosey said...

what a nice thing to say. :)

My Journey With Candida said...

Would you look at him in those shades..... So cute! I love that they are flex.

Pride In Photos said...

He is adorable in his cool shades.

slb3334 said...

There is a huge selection.

Theresa said...

My girls have several pairs of these and they are great shades!

Colette S said...

I agree that kids should wear sunglasses to protect their eyes. Too bad schools do not agree.

Little man is totally rocking those!

Klydra Pugh said...

I like the 024 green frogs glasses
Thanks for the chance

Melissa Swedoski said...

I never really thought about kids needing to wear sunglasses. Duh! Of course their little eyes need protection just like ours do.

Tamar said...

I love the Xtreme chill glasses!

Stephanie Larison said...

I love the flex in pink, I like that they have girly colors too since the ones I have for my daughter are kind of boyish.

Shannon F said...

I love that they wrap around little kid's heads! I would choose the My First Shades Pink Daisy for my little girl!

Jeanna Johnson said...

I like the range of sunglasses from infants to bigger kids! I like the Glide ones for my son!

Rebecca Moore said...

I love their too cute glasses... my kids would love these.

AndreaH said...

I love that they say these sunglasses are made for the toughness of how active kids are. It also helps that they are so cute!

Allie G said...

I like the Xtreme shades

Michelle Bowman said...

I love the pink toddler shades

ReggieMann said...

I like the Glide Shades 7 - 12 Years in Purple

karine123 said...

I love how their glasses are ''cool'' for the kids, but also insures the parents of its safety and protection.

Ashleigh Gunter said...

I love the variety of sunglasses they have. Great colors!

Beth said...

I love how many different choices there are. Both of my boys LOVE sunglasses and would probably like some of the boyish ones they have available.

Mihaela Day said...

hese sunglasses are made for the toughness of how active kids are

Breanne said...

I like the my first shades

Teresa Thompson said...

I like Hat and Sunglass Combo Pack 0 - 24 Months.

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