I always cover my daughter head to toe in sunscreen to protect her from the sun, but I completely forget to protect her eyes. Real Kids Shades wants to make sure that we don’t forget how important eye protection is! With virtually unbreakable material, Real Kids Shades makes high-quality children’s glasses ranging from newborn to young adult. My family and I received three pair of Real Kids Shades which included the Breeze (age 4+) in cherry pink/lime, Bolt (age 7+) in black/red, and Fly (young adult) in gold/green lenses. The Breeze glasses were perfect for my daughter because she can bend them and they are impossible to break! They have 100% UVA/UVB protection and professional grade polycarbonate lenses. The super cute girly design and bright colors are perfect for my girly-girl and she refused to take them off! The Bolt glasses I order my nephew have the same 100% UVA/UVB protection and professional grade polycarbonate lenses. These to are super flexible but are more adult-like than the other glasses. They have very classic look to them and would work with both genders in my opinion. The Fly glasses are my personal favorite. These to have the UVA/UVB protection and professional grade polycarbonate lenses, but they are not flexible. Instead they have spring loaded hinges like the classic aviator style. I like that these are more fashion-forward than the other two pair which makes them perfect for teenagers. These aren’t as indestructible as the other Real Kids Shades, but they are perfect for older children of the family. Overall, I was extremely impressed with this brand. Not only did they offer something for everyone in my family, but they did so on a decent dime.
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