Julbo Looping III 349 with Spectron 4 Lens Sunglasses for Kids

Julbo Looping III 349 with Spectron 4 Lens Sunglasses for Kids Features

Julbo Looping III 349 with Spectron 4 Lens Sunglasses for Kids
It is often very difficult to put glasses on very small children, but with the Julbo Looping III 349 with Spectron 4 Lens Sunglasses for Kids your little ones will stay protected without any discomfort. Children are actually more sensitive to bright light than adults, and damage to the eyes seldom gets better with age. The curved temples and flat elastic strap of these sunglasses provide optimum hold when your child is at play. Its no-hinge frame eliminates the risk of pinching little fingers. It ensures optimal eye protection with a wrap-around profile. The Spectron 4 polycarbonate lenses block 100% of UV rays and 95% of visible light, reducing glare and creating a clear image. Featuring reversible frame, with no "right' side, so even you little kids can put the glasses on by themselves. The Julbo Looping III 349 with Spectron 4 Lens Sunglasses for Kids will not leave the face of the most active kids.

The Julbo Looping III 349 with Spectron 4 Lens Sunglasses for Kids is commonly used for At The Beach, Athletics, Casual Wear, Driving, Travel and more. The Julbo Looping III 349 with Spectron 4 Lens Sunglasses for Kids is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Practical among others. The Julbo Looping III 349 with Spectron 4 Lens Sunglasses for Kids is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Julbo Looping III 349 with Spectron 4 Lens Sunglasses for Kids: Adequate Tint, Attractive Design, Comfortable, Durable, Good Polarization, Good Protection, Lightweight.

Key Features

  • Curved Temples
  • Curved temples and flat elastic strap on the Looping 3 provides hold when your child is at play
  • Eye protection is essential Looping
  • Flat Elastic Strap
  • No Hinges
  • Reversible frame
  • Sunglasses provide optimal eye protection with a wrap-around profile
  • Wrap-around coverage
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