Julbo Kids' Solan Sunglasses (w/ Polar Kids Lenses)
Sized just right for your little adventurers, the Julbo Kids' Solan Sunglasses are perfect for kids 4 to 6 years old. Polar Kids lenses are polarized lenses adapted to fit the junior frames, be resilient to impact and eliminate all reflections. But what good are the lenses if they wont stay on their head? Not a problem thanks to wrap-around, curved frames with articulated hinges and Grip Tech ends. These frames will sit comfortably on the head, and just in case they do slide off, holes on the tips of the frames provide an easy place to attach a cord. The Julbo Solan Sunglasses for Kids will let your little one live life to the fullest.
- Ages 4-6 years
- Polar Kids Lenses: polarized lenses adapted to fit the junior frames, be resilient to impact and eliminate all reflections
- Recommended for: the mountain environment, use on the water and bright sun conditions
- Frame Curvature: Base 6, a curved frame with better side vision and sun protection from the side
- Wrap-around +: curved frame with wide temples to protect against harsh sunlight
- Curved Temples: ergonomic profile to wear sunglasses on face or head
- Flex system: Articulated hinges at temples for added comfort for various head shapes
- Grip Tech: inserts at stem ends for comfort and hold, does not stick to hair
- Cord Attachment: holes on tips of temple frame ends allow cord attachment
- Visible Light Transmission Rate: 15-17%
- Protection Index: 3 (on a scale of 0-4)
- Lens Width: 51 mm
- Nose Bridge Width: 14 mm
- Temple Frame Length: 115 mm
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Reviews - Julbo Kids' Solan Sunglasses (w/ Polar Kids Lenses)
So far so good
I purchased these sunglasses for my son, age 6. This is his first pair of sunglasses. He hasn't had them long so I don't have a history with which to base a review on. However, my son really loves these glasses. The color was perfect (orange/grey), and they fit well enough that at times, he forgets he has them on. He uses them when he rides his bike/razor and when we go for a ride in the car. The biggest challenge will be to not lose them and to keep him from breaking them. I wouldn't take that challenge at the full retail price, but I was willing to take it because I found them on sale.