Eye protection is something many parents may overlook for their tots but it is as important as putting on sunblock. Real Kids Shades makes comfortable, fun and multi-colored frames for infants to tweens. We received the Hat and Sunglass Combo Set for Mason and Flex and Xtreme Sport for Kenzie to review.
I didn't realize how important eye protection was until I saw Kenzie squinting when we were outside in the sun. Real Kids Shades provides sun protection from babies to kids age 12. Since Kenzie is swimming and playing more outside now that the sun is out in full force, she can be protected with her Xtreme Sport sunglasses from Real Kids Shades. The offer 100% UV protection (UVA and UVB) and are made of a polycarbonate frame and lenses. The neoprene band is comfortable and keeps the lenses put on Kenzie's face when she is being active.
For times when she is not active or playing, she can be fashionable in her Pink Flex sunglasses. They are made of a flexible rubber so that even with her rough handling, they will not break. It includes a neoprene strap that goes around the arms, if needed. They are shatterproof and impact resistant so perfect for children ages 3-7. Kenzie loves to wear sunglasses and even puts them on her Disney plush friends.
We have to keep Mason's peepers safe as he squints at bright light. His shades are made of the same materials as Kenzie's and he has no problems seeing out of them. The combo is nice because the wide brim hat protects Mason's semi-bald head from sun exposure. The chin strap keeps it in place and I really like that it has UBF 50 protection. It's perfect for anytime he goes outside of the home and car.
Buy It: You can purchase the Sun Hat Combo Pack for $28.99, Flex for $14.99 and Xtreme Sport for $19.99.
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