***Disclosure: I received complimentary samples to facilitate my post. All opinions are 100% honest and have not been influenced in any way.***
Summertime in NE Ohio is absolutely wonderful. We have gorgeous, temperate weather, and there's a lot to do around here. We will be heading to Cedar Point, to Lake Erie, and of course, we will be taking the kids to local parks and festivals, too. When we're not out and about, we will be spending tons of time in the yard, grilling, swimming, and just enjoying the beauty all around us.
Lots of time outdoors is highlight of the season for us, but that also means we have to make sure the kids are protected from the sun. This means applying sunscreen, of course, but we also try and make sure the kids are protecting their eyes as well.
This can sometimes be challenging.
My kids, like many others, aren't always kind with their sunglasses. They get bent, twisted, and sometimes, they even get sat on. Thankfully, we discovered Real Kids Shades. They offer a wide variety of styles sure to please any kid, and they're incredibly DURABLE.
As the leader in sun protection for children’s eyes, their goal is to continue to offer innovative, new products for your children. They continue to invest in product development and product design in order to further their efforts to remain the leader in protecting children’s eyes from sun damage.
Xander chose the Polarized Bolt in Navy/Red. How cute are those?! They have a very sporty look, and he calls them his SuperHero glasses.
Here's more info about the Bolt style:
We made the Bolt as an alternative to banded sunglasses. These sunglasses have classic temples and fashion-forward, two-tone coloring. The frames are super flexible so they can survive all the twists and turns of kid life without breaking. P2 Lens technology, provides both polarized and polycarbonate lenses.
Sophie chose the Breeze in Aqua/Pink. These are absolutely ADORABLE, and I absolutely love this color combination!
Breeze has a stylish squared off frame and comes in a variety of fun color combinations. A wrapped style provides protection from peripheral light. Breeze is also available with P2 technology, providing both polarized and polycarbonate lenses.
I also love the fact that these are designed with active kiddos in mind. My kids have a habit of being less than gentle with their sunglasses, and these shades can withstand a beating! Sophie has already yanked on the glasses in a manner that would usually break them apart. These shades withstood that, and remained in one piece. MAJOR brownie points to Real Kids Shades for this!
If you have older kiddos, Real Kids Shades also offer a Young Adult Line!
Included are more "grown up" styles., such as the Shine, seen below. These could actually work for adults, too. I tried these on, and they fit me perfectly, at the ripe old age of 34.
Real Kids Shades gets an A++ all around!
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