It’s a good time to be a kid who needs glasses. The current crop of kids’ eyewear is fun, fashionable, safe and cool. Whether made of rubber or stainless steel, these flexible frames go from school to play. 


Zoobug

Designed by an ophthalmologist, cute model ZB 1026 offers a comfortable fit, flexible rubber material and one-piece construction. A safe choice for kids on the move!

(866) 666-3662 | zoobug.com

$125


Converse

Launching in June, the Converse kid’s five style capsule collection is adorably hip. Stainless steel model K502 in a contrasting color combination and on-trend round shape is a cool choice for young rockers. 

(800) 423-3023 | derigo.us

$162


Wilex X

New-for-2017 model WX Crush is part of Wiley X’s popular Youth Force line of advanced sports eyewear for boys and girls ages 6 to 13+.  Parents will appreciate the protection; kids will like that it glows in the dark.

(800) 776-7842 | wileyx.com

$150


Modz Kids

Grown-up model Robot is durable — which is why it might become part of the Robotics Club’s latest project — and affordable, which makes it OK. (Keep an extra pair around as backup.)

(800) 323-2409 | modernoptical.com

$99 


Crocs Eyewear Junior Collection

Lightweight, flexible and durable, model JR7016 embraces the color and comfort of Crocs sandals. Girls will fall for the delicious candy stripes, which almost make up for the lack of Jibbitz charms.

(800) 492-4465 | aaopticalco.com 

$112


This article originally appeared in the May 2017 edition of INVISION.



 
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