Child toddler children’ bendy uv-four hundred polarized sun-glasses with strap for ladies boys

(8 customer reviews)


  • plastic frame
  • polarized lens
  • polarized
  • uv protection coating coating
  • lens width: 40 millimeters
  • lens peak: 34 millimeters
  • arm: 104 millimeters
  • unbreakable: little one shades with bendy, durable, and non-breakable infant safe tpee frames
  • non-toxic: bpa, phthalate, percent unfastened sunglasses for infants and toddlers. Conforms to cpsia requirements
  • complete uv block: shades block 100% uva uvb harmful rays from the solar. Uv400 protection on your infant
  • polarized: shatter-resistant tac lenses reduce glare and maintain your child’s eyes safe
  • safe healthy: every pair of toddler shades comes with a strap product of gentle, adjustable, and removable elastic strap
SKU: C19OTG2M7Z211 Category:

product description

xplorer sunglasses – virtually first rate!

a pair of sunglasses just for the valuable eyes of your infant! * bendy * un-destroy-capable * remains-on * polarized * a hundred% uva & uvb solar safety.

bendy, long lasting tpee frames which could live to tell the tale sturdy little arms.

one hundred% uva uvb solar safety with uv 400 polarized lenses.

adjustable comfortable strap maintains glasses competently in region.

polarized shatter-resistant tac lenses for longer use.

why get polarized lenses?

all tinted lenses reduce brightness, but polarized lenses reduce glare. Glare happens whilst the solar hits a floor and pondered lower back at a extra importance. Harsh glare has harmful impacts for your kid’s imaginative and prescient — from decreased intensity and colour notion to transient vison loss. You’re maximum probably to encounter glare on a sincerely bright day, in the snow or on the water. Jan & jul’s polarized lenses permit your toddler to play outdoor even on the brightest days in any environment.

kids hate sporting sun shades? We are right here to help!

jan & jul sunglasses are available a laugh colours with lovely designs. Who can face up to? Plus we use the trendy era to cause them to terrific at ease and secure for your baby.

• one hundred% uva uvb sun safety with uv 400 lenses

• polarized lenses to protect from glare

• bpa, phthalate, p. C unfastened, conforms to cpsia standards

• bendy, long lasting child secure tpee frames

• shatter-resistant tac lenses

• live-on strap that is detachable and adjustable

with or without the stay-on strap? Your infant decides

with our live-on straps, your children can run soar besides they want. The strap is also adjustable, so it grows along with your baby for years of use.

what’s your style?

jan & jul’s xplorer sun shades come in 2 styles (urban and unique) with masses of a laugh colors and cute designs. Unique xplorer shades are a sporty healthy for energetic youngsters. City xplorer shades are a conventional layout for stylish children. One size fits from 6 months to 6 years, best for any little adventurer.

jan & jul – your associate in elevating nature-loving children because 2008

“jan & jul” is a emblem by twinklebelle design inc, based in beautiful vancouver canada. Our rain-or-shine garb is thoughtfully designed and high fine for mom and surely amusing for children!

we consider within the strength and magic of having children into nature, irrespective of the weather! We are so excited to outfit your babies for the out of doors, rain or shine!


S: 6 Months-2 Years, M: 6 Months-6 Years, M: 2-6 Years


Black, Lemonade, Lemonade Aurora, Minty Green, Minty Green Aurora, Peachy Pink, Peachy Pink Aurora, Purple Popsicle, Purple Popsicle Aurora, Sky Blue, Sky Blue Aurora, White, White Aurora, Black Aurora, Cool White, Jet Black, Palm, Pineapple, Rose, White Pineapple

8 reviews for Child toddler children’ bendy uv-four hundred polarized sun-glasses with strap for ladies boys

  1. Benjamin Hardinger

    These are really cute, but the strap is too big for a 7 month olds head. I thought I would be able to tighten down the strap, but it hangs off the back of my daughters head and the glasses tend to fall off her face. They would be better when she gets older. Read more

  2. Kendra

    I can’t say enough about these, we absolutely love them. They withstand the abuse of my wild 3 year old, are super flexible (see photo) and scratch resistant. I also love the band to help keep them place, especially when he’s doing something like playing soccer or another activity that could easily dislodge glasses, the strap keeps them in place. He absolutely loves them and asks to where them all the time. Love love love them! Read more

  3. K Adamski

    These work great for my 7 month old nephew. He can now enjoy the sunny outdoors without worry of damage to his light blue eyes. If he were to lay his head back, like in a stroller, then the glasses would be too big because the glasses would be pushed forward. Right now his head is too small to utilize the strap in the back. Later we sure will enjoy that feature. When he is in his outside swing, sitting on a blanket placed on the lawn or just walking arround outside, these glasses are ideal. Being polarized allows him to actually see the fish in our pond. Even with the sun glaring on the water he sees them. I gave 5 stars even though we have not had the glasses long enough to talk about stability. I did so because everything we expected of them we are happy with. Read more

  4. moises miera

    My little one (22m) hasn’t quiet figured out how to put glasses on without stretching the sides waaay out to the side. So the fact that these have A LOT give and bend to them makes them perfect for little toddlers. Only downside is there aren’t many options tothe shape of the glasses. Definitely recommend! Read more

  5. Joy K

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Bought these for my 1 year old grandson. He loves putting glasses on but the of course fall off. These stay on, are very durable. Read more

  6. tanfloridagirl

    For polarized glasses for kids these are by far the best ones we’ve tried. They do NOT float so just use that strap that comes with them, but they are totally flexible so your kid can put them on themselves, wrap around the head for good coverage and snug fit and are polarized! We’ve bought 3 pairs now! Read more

  7. anonymous

    These sunglasses are very cute, fit my 7 month old relatively well, but the temples (arms) of the glasses were a bit too long, so when he reclined, they’d push forward, also meaning we can’t use it with his bike helmet. Also, the plastic adjuster on the elastic broke almost immediately. They’re still usable, but I would recommend the manufacturer use something a bit more robust. Read more

  8. Katie F.

    A little larger than I expected, but should work well on my infant. The strap is very handy. I like that they are polarized. Read more

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