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Ray-Ban Junior RJ9063S Kids Sunglasses Trasparent/Brown Grad Dk Brown Mirror Lenses 7029B7
$93.00

Ray-Ban RJ9063S

Puma Junior Kids Sunglasses PJ0051S-004 Crystal Grey Grey Lenses
$79.00

Puma PJ0051S

Ray-Ban Junior RJ9068S Kids Sunglasses Rubber Transp Violet Clear Gradient Light Blue Lenses 705719
$73.00

Ray-Ban RJ9068S

Puma Junior Kids Sunglasses PJ0001S-009 Black Red Mirror Lens
$69.00

Puma PJ0001S

Puma Junior Kids Sunglasses PJ0040S-002 Crystal/Orange Red Lenses
$69.00

Puma PJ0040S

Puma Junior Kids Sunglasses PJ0039S-002 Crystal Pink Pink Gradient Lens
$69.00

Puma PJ0039S

Puma Junior Kids Sunglasses PJ0004S-008 Crystal/Light Blue
$59.00

Puma PJ0004S

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Sunwear

Specializing exclusively in baby sunglasses, toddler sunglasses and children sunglasses, discover the best designer shades for boys and girls at any age with or without a prescription. 

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For babies, we carry Julbo and Babiators. Julbo sunglasses reversible feature can be worn right side up or upside down. They offer a perfect hold with an elastic strap and designed with curved temples. 


Babiators aviator style are super soft with flexible rubber frames. If the sunglass is lost, they offer a Lost and Found Guarantee and will replace it. So make sure to register them.


Polaroid which was the original brand that invented polarized lenses, has retro wayfarer shape in contrasting colors in the front and temple. Your kids will be rocking in coolness!


Carrera, launched their kids sunglasses sunglasses and now they can be mini-me to mom and dad. Styles range from retro round style designs, pilot shape such as double bridge injected front and  will surely make a hit at school with their friends.

Besides the style and cool factor, kids should be wearing sunglasses when they are outdoors particularly in areas where there is a lot of sun throughout the year. Certain conditions such as cataracts in young eyes can worsen with excessive ultraviolet light (UV). Even though the cornea and the lens of the eyes are good protectors, children have a very clear lens. Therefore more UV light can filter in to their delicate eyes. 
Our Pediatric Ophthalmologist explains more about why children should be wearing sunglasses in this video:

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