It’s finally summer! Biking, swimming, camping, and more will be done by many families. You have sun block to protect your kids skin from the sun, but what about sunglasses? Well, Real Kids™ has what you need!
Real Kids™ makes sunglasses perfect your children. Their mission is making sure your children’s’ eyes are protected from harmful Ultra Violet radiation. From baby to young adult they have their eyes covered! Their sunglasses are affordable, real sunglasses, designed JUST for kids! Real Kids™ makes sure they are manufactured from the best materials and ensure that they block out 100% of the sun’s powerful UV rays! Their lenses are polycarbonate so they are shatter proof and kid safe! Some of their sunglasses are made from bendable, rubber-like material, so they won’t break!
They sent Liam four pairs of their awesome sunglasses to try out. First up, are FLY Revo. children’s aviators. Liam informed me these are “on fleek.” I tend to agree because he looks adorably handsome, and as a mom, I know they are blocking out UVA and UVB rays.
SWAG sunglasses are based on the iconic Wayfarer style but proportioned for kids. Swag comes in NINE cool color combinations, so there’s something for everyone. As with all Real Kids™ sunglasses, they block out 100% of UVA and UVB rays.
The BLADE young adult sunglasses are awesome as well! These are perfect for super active kids, and the frames nicely wrap around, for a good, snug fit. They are made of polycarbonate frames and lenses, so they are shatterproof and impact-resistant. The P2 lens technology provides both polarized and polycarbonate lenses. The Blade sunglasses comes in four-color combinations too.
WAVERUNNER sunglasses look great with their REVO lenses. Flex Fix™ makes the frames bendable and unbreakable. The lenses are professional grade polycarbonate and will protect 100% against UVA and UVB rays.
My tween LOVES his Real Kids™ sunglasses, and gives them “two thumbs up!” Whether you have a baby, a toddler, a tween, or a teen, you need to check them out! Head on over to their website, and then onto their social media sites. You can find them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.