December 6, 2015

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Protect your children's eyes this Christmas with @RealKidsShades! #Giveaway #ad

Real Kids is the leading innovator of children's 100% UVA/UVB eye protection 

They provide the most extensive product line in children's quality sun glasses offered in four sizes specific to kids' ages and stages that focus on style, performance and fit.

They take fit and performance by age very seriously, and created styles that kids will love to wear at a price point that parents can afford. Real Kids offers custom sized products for Baby (0+), Toddler (2+), Kid (4+),  Youth (7+) and Young Adult.
Building on our successful flexible technology, Real Kids now offers TPEE Flex-Fit frames for all age/stages and all Real Kids products use polycarbonate lenses. In addition to the expanded line of sunglasses for children, Real Kids has taken their award-winning product design to a new level. 
They most recently introduced the new P2 Lens Technology which combines their lightweight, impact resistant polycarbonate lenses with glare-reduction polarization at an outstanding price point.
Unlike skin cells, eye lenses cannot repair themselves. Once they’re damaged, they’re damaged forever. Lens cells don’t regenerate and over time, the harm done is cumulative. This can lead to serious eye diseases and even blindness.  That’s why you need to think about sunglasses the same way you think about bicycle helmets. You wouldn’t let your children ride bikes without protective helmets, right? So don’t let your child play outside without protective sunglasses.

Most children’s sunglasses are sold as toys. Toys are great fun, but not so great at protecting something as vital as your child’s eyesight. In fact, most children’s sunglasses do not protect children’s eyes from harmful UV radiation. Don’t confuse the dark shading of lenses with their ability to filter out these harmful rays. Colored lenses on most toy sunglasses – no matter how dark – will not protect your child’s eyes. The truth is, wearing cheap toy sunglasses can actually do more harm to a child’s eyes than not wearing anything at all.

Real Kids Shades are specifically constructed to fit kids’ faces and their lifestyles. Real Kids Shades are extremely comfortable. They don’t pitch like some other sunglasses because they’re specifically designed to fit the measurements for kids’ faces and heads. Not too big. Not too small. Just right. Many styles come with adjustable neoprene bands to keep them on kids’ heads right where they belong.
We were recently sent a pair for each kid and they love them! My son received the Bolt  P2 Polarized Lens (black/red).  Bolt in red and black, makes him look like one cool dude with protective eye wear! We will be hitting Florida this Christmas break and these are perfect. These sunglasses have classic temples and fashion-forward, two-tone coloring. The frames are super flexible so they can survive all the twists and turns of kid life without breaking. P2 technology lenses provide both polarized and polycarbonate lenses.
They are sleek and stylish and fit his face perfectly!  He can look cool while out playing with friends, on vacation, etc. all while his eyes are protected.   My kids love wearing super cool shades!
My daughter is a tween, so of course she needed some fabulous shades.  Fabulous personalities need Fabulous sun protection!  She chose  Shine in tortoise color! Stylishly oversized, our Shine shades are the perfect sunglasses for blocking UV radiation and paparazzi camera flashes. The polycarbonate frames and shatterproof, impact-resistant lenses make just the right fashion statement that your budding starlet demands.
They are  the perfect sunglasses for blocking UV radiation and paparazzi camera flashes. They bring out her inner diva while keeping her protected!

To celebrate the holidays, Real Kids is offering a 20% off coupon and free shipping on orders over $25.  Use the HOLIDAY15 coupon code when checking out from November 18 through January 4, 2016.  

One lucky reader (US or Canada only) will win their choice of shades for their child.  Please wait for the Rafflecopter to load:
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