Protect little eyes from the sun
Children’s sunglasses to withstand everyday rough and tumble
Protect your children’s eyes
We all know about protecting our children’s skin against the sun’s harmful UV rays, but did you know it’s just as important to project their eyes?
When it comes to adequate eyewear for kids, it’s important to always get sunnies with the proper UV protection. That’s because UV rays speed up the ageing and deterioration of children’s eyes and may lead to cataracts later in life.
But kids can be rough and tumble, which may make parents wonder whether it’s worth spending money on sunnies that are going to break sooner rather than later.
Unbreakable children’s sunglasses
That’s why the Ugly Fish Eyewear Unbreakable Junior range is such a good choice. Made to withstand the harsh outdoor conditions in Australia and New Zealand, your children will love how these fit seamlessly into their everyday play.
Not only are they unbreakable, but polarised too. They’re made to comfortably fit little faces without being a hindrance. And at $49.95, these provide serious value for money.
Sunnies with cool factor
But let’s face it: Your kids will mainly care about the cool factor. And with a range of fashionable colours and styles to choose from for girls and boys aged one to 11, they’ll feel like the coolest kids at the beach, the bach or the campground.
And you’ll get to rest assured that their eyes are adequately protected while they enjoy the great outdoors this summer. So make sure your littlies get Ugly Fish Eyewear Unbreakable Junior sunnies in their stocking this Christmas. We have a wide range on offer in store.
For more information about eyewear for children, please email Jenny at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or pop on into our shop to test out these accessories; we’re here to help!
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