Browse the collection of children’s sunglasses and prescription sunglasses and discover an array of designer frames for kids. Find sunglasses from top brands, including Ray-Ban Junior, Oakley Youth, and Stella McCartney Kids. Opt for prescription lenses to give your kid the vision correction they need, and the stylish sunglasses they want.
Kids need sunglasses that are resilient, properly fitted, and have lenses that offer 100% protection from the sun's UVA and UVB rays. Sunglasses with wrapped or slightly extended profiles to provide optimal coverage on the periphery are also recommended for kids. Children as young as six months old can wear sunglasses, and, some makers engineer sunglasses with a detachable head strap to help the frames stay put on the child's face. Keep in mind that children receive more than half of their lifetime exposure to sunlight by the age of 20. Even more concerning is that kids' eyes absorb 70% more UV rays than adults' eyes. Because sun damage is cumulative and will not heal over time, it's important to protect your children's eyes with sunglasses early in life.
FramesDirect.com offers premium children's sunglasses and prescription sunglasses that provide 100% UVA and UVB protection. Plus, our youth sunglasses come in a variety of shapes, colors, sizes, and styles from top brands like Oakley Youth, Ray-Ban Junior, and Nike Kids—with or without prescription lenses—to please even the pickiest of kids. And, the more your child likes their sunglasses, the more likely they are to wear them—so they get the essential eye protection and vision correction they need
Unless your child spends a lot of time in bright sunlight around reflective surfaces like water or snow, polarized sunglasses are not necessary, but standard sunglasses are still highly recommended. Polarization helps to block glare and provide distortionless views in areas and conditions where sunlight bounces off of bright surfaces and blinds the wearer. If you simply want your child to have full protection from the sun's UV rays, then it is not a necessity.