If you’re looking for durable styles at a range of price points, these kids’ suns have you covered.

Shadez Eyewear

They may be camouflage, but the Helicopter Camo is hard to miss. This style is designed to fit ages 3 to 7 as well as 7 to 12. 

(877) 466-9254, shadezeyewear.com



The keyhole bridge on the PLD 8019/S/SM presents kids with a grown-up element on their activity-friendly suns. 

(800) 631-1188, mysafilo.com


Minishades Polarized

Impact resistant and Rx compatible, the Classic for ages 3 to 7 includes a Hide N Seek Loss Warranty, which covers a one-time replacement in cases of loss or damage—including scratched lenses. 

(267) 728-1678, polarizedminishades.com


Rudy Project

With the model Tralyx Slim (shown with photochromic ImpactX-2 Clear to Black lens), younger athletes can get the high-performance action of the Rudy Project style with an adjustable nosepiece and temple tips. 

(949) 272-2469, rudyprojectdealer.com

$274.99 (as shown)

Leader Little Ones

From the wrap style to the included strap, the model Toddler Time (882202 shown) stays put on even the most active kiddo. 

(800) 955-6544, hilcovision.com



A new temple construction defines the tween-friendly L3625S, which includes soft rubber nose pads and, of course, the brand’s snappy croc on the temples. 

(800) 645-1300, marchon.com


Ray-Ban Jr 

Budding pilots will take flight with the classic Aviator Junior (RJ9506S), an Rx-able metal frame offering 100% UV protection. 

(800) 422-2020, my.luxottica.com


Liberty Sport

Part of the Virtually Indestructible Collection, the model Z8 stays strong with Nylo-Flex and ShokBlok. 

(800) 444-5010, libertysport.com


Plan “B” Eyewear

Make the switch from inside to the great outdoors without missing a beat. The Nano Solar Clip-on, shown here on the Crew, features Blue Block technology for protection. 

(888) 399-7742, alternativeeyes.com

$190 (as shown)

This article originally appeared in the May 2018 edition of INVISION.   


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