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