Sunglasses by Lens

Choose from original or polarised lenses to get the perfect amount of 100% UVA + B protection. Discover stylish sunglasses that shield you from harmful rays.
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    Sunglass Lens FAQs

    Polarised sunglasses are useful if you're looking to reduce glare for your kids, which occurs when light bounces off surfaces. These work best in snowy landscapes, on sunny holidays or near water where glare is of real risk. Polarised lenses don't protect eyes any differently than non-polarised lenses.

    Opt for original lenses for day-to-day use unless you spend a lot of time around water where you made want to eliminate the risk of glare.

    • Look for high UV protection which will protect your kids' eyes.
    • If you love the water or snowy climates choose polarised lenses.
    • Opt for a quality lens you know will last from a brand you can trust, that’s us by the way!
    • Choose glasses that block 100 percent of UVA and UVB rays (like Babiators do!)
    • Make sure they cover a good proportion of your child’s eyes to offer full protection.
    • Buy durable shades, they will need to last!
    • Give your child the choice, they are the ones that are going to wear them.

    Babiators are Rx-able for certain prescriptions (-4 to +4). It's at the discretion of the optician. The lenses are removable/replaceable.

    All Babiators frames are made of a soft and flexible therma plastic rubber which makes them super comfortable and virtually indestructible. Our lenses in our original and screensavers styles are made from impact and shatter resistant polycarbonate, whilst our polarised lenses are made from TAC (Tri Acetate Cellulose).

    Our sunglasses are available in sizes 0-2 years, 3-5 years, and 6 years+ meaning you can find the perfect fit for your little one. If your child is between sizes we recommend sizing up. You can use our size guide to measure up your kids for their sunnies here or find specific measurements on each product page.

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