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Kids’ Aviator Sunglasses — True Blue (0-2Y)

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Kids’ Aviator Sunglasses — True Blue (0-2Y)

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Kids’ Aviator Sunglasses — True Blue (0-2Y)
24,95 EUR 22,46 EUR incl. VAT
Kids’ Aviator Sunglasses — True Blue (0-2Y) 24,95 € incl. VAT

Description

Kids have three times more exposure to UV rays than adults. Protect their eyes with Aviator sunglasses. These sunglasses have UV400 lenses that provide 100% UVA and UVB protection and are impact and shatter-resistant.

The rubber aviator frames are shatter-resistant as well. Your child can bend and twist them all they want — they’ll remain intact. The frames do not contain any harmful substances, so there’s nothing to worry about if your little one puts them in their mouth.

These stylish sunglasses are intended for even the smallest of children.

FEATURES

The makers of Babiators kids’ sunglasses know what a child’s eyes need and what looks good on them. That’s why they designed the Aviator sunglasses. But it’s not just about looking good. It’s about your child’s health.

These sunglasses have UV400 lenses that provide 100% UVA and UVB protection. The sturdy rubber frames are toxin-free so there are no worries if your child puts the sunglasses in their mouth.

Advantages of Aviators for kids

Special lenses provide 100% UV protection

Sturdy, non-toxic frames

Stylish aviator look

Even for the youngest of kids

About the brand

Grown-ups wear sunglasses all the time, but kids rarely do. And yet, kids have three times more exposure to UV rays than adults. You can protect your little ones’ eyes by choosing sunglasses from the Babiators range of products. All models have UV400 lenses that provide maximum UVA and UVB protection. The rubber frames do not contain any toxic substances — just another example of how smart these products are. Stylish aviators, heart-shaped or polarized sunglasses — you and your child can make the choice together.