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Chances are your tween or teen probably doesn’t want to wear the sunglasses that they used to wear when they were younger, but that doesn’t mean you have to run out and spend a fortune on expensive new sunglasses for them. Our Storm sunglasses for adults are the perfect option.
There are a lot of children’s sunglasses that look like they were designed specifically for kids. While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that, there are also some sunglasses, like our Storm polarized sunglasses for youth, which look a lot more grown-up and will last your kids for a long time.
With spring right around the corner, now’s the time to start checking if your kids’ sports gear fits well and is up to date. One piece of equipment you must never neglect, no matter the outdoor sport or activity, is a pair of sunglasses. Sporty styles Storm and Blaze are two of our newest designs
Sunglasses are even more important for children than for adults for two reasons. Firstly, kids typically spend more hours outdoors in the sun, and studies suggest that between one-quarter and half of all UV radiation of a lifetime occurs by the age of 18, reports All About Vision. Secondly, children’s eyes are more susceptible to
To help you find the right pair of shades for your children, we have released the Real Kids sunglasses online catalog. The catalog is split into our five age stages, making it easy for you to browse. Under each category, you will find pictures of the shades along with their color options. Here is a
Spring is officially upon us, and that means kids all over the country are returning to baseball diamonds, soccer fields and tennis courts for another season of outdoor sp orts. We might typically associate these types of activities with injuries like sprained ankles and bruised elbows, but it’s important to make sure our kids take
It’s that time of year when the days get shorter and the weather gets colder. Of course, that means that winter is coming. Just because summer is over, though, doesn’t mean that the danger of UV rays is gone. It’s important for your children to wear sunglasses all year long! While the days are shorter