Babiators Cool Sunglasses for Kids

Bob in Babiators

Bob in his Babiators

*Disclosure: I received this product to facilitate my review, these opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by another person.

I selected a pair of Black Ops Black Polarized sunglasses from Babiators for my 10 year old son, Bob.  The description of the classic size says “3-7+” and at age 10, they fit him very well.  The frames are flexible and seem very durable.  Now that we live in a hot and sunny climate, good sunglasses are not only a stylish accessory, but are a real necessity.  Babiators feature 100% UV protection for little eyes and with the amount of time the kids spend outside here, the protection is a primary concern.

Not only are Babiators products terrific quality and very stylish, every Babiators product comes with a Lost & Found Guarantee: if your Babiators are lost or broken within a year of purchase, they’ll replace them for free—guaranteed!  This is especially appealing to parents like me, who have at least one child who tends to misplace things.  I’m not going to name names.

Babiators was featured as a “must-have” product by the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Vogue Magazine, Giuliana & Bill, US Magazine, People Magazine, and more. Celebrity children of Sarah Jessica Parker, Nick and Vanessa Lachey, Neil Patrick Harris and many more have been spotted rockin’ their Babiators.

They have a great line of kids’ products, including Original Babiators sunglasses, Polarized sunglasses, Submariners swim goggles, Rocket Packs backpacks, and Rx prescription glasses. Check out Babiators sunglasses and more at their website here.

Use the promo code: DeploymentDiatribes when you check out at Babiators to receive 20% off of your order!


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About Commander in Chief At home

Erin is a military spouse and, sometimes temporarily single mom to 4 boys. She's a parenting coach, writer, teacher, special needs (Autism) mom, and much more.
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