Tag: childrens sport sunglasses

Keep Your Kids’ Eyes Safe While Winning the Game

Every year, participation in sports leads to thousands upon thousands of eye injuries. However, 90 percent of these injuries can be prevented if participants use the proper protective eyewear, reports Eye Smart. [caption id="attachment_8001" align="alignright" width="300"] Facebook / Real Kids[/caption] Sports That Pose the Highest Risk to the Eyes For adults and children alike, sports with the highest…

August is Child Eye Health and Safety Month!

Every year, around 42,000 people suffer from sports-related eye injuries. Even more staggering than this statistic is the fact that 12 million children are visually impaired from preventable causes, such as these sports injuries. This is just one of the many reasons why Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month this August is so important. Here are a couple problem signs…

Gear Up with Protective Eyewear for Spring and Summer Sports

Every year, 100,000 people suffer from a sports eye injury, of which 42,000 require hospital attention and 13,500 lead to blindness, Eye Smart reports. Of these injuries, one in three of happen to children and 90 percent are preventable! So, why such high numbers of sports-related eye injuries? Simply because kids are not wearing adequate eye protection.…

Athletes Protect their Eyes During Sochi Winter Games

The Winter Olympic Games are well underway in Sochi and everyone at Real Kids is having a blast watching the best athletes in the world compete in all the thrilling events! How about your family?   While watching the Sochi Olympics, we can’t help but notice the large number of athletes using protective eyewear. As…

The Ultimate Children’s Sports Sunglasses

These children's sunglasses are serious sports gear. Our Xtreme Convertible sunglasses have just about everything you are looking for in high performance sport sunglasses for your child age 7 - 12. Just like all of our children and infant sunglasses these shades block harmful UVA and UVB rays. These will be your child's "go-to" sunglasses…