Protect Your Kids’ Eyes on Winter Ski Trips

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With ski season right around the corner, perhaps your family is looking forward to some fun on the slopes during winter vacation. As you’re planning your trip, it’s important to remember that it is also time to be thinking about how you can protect your kids’ skin and eyes from UV exposure and injuries duringRead more…

How to Choose Protective Eyewear for Fall Sports

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Many pieces of sports equipment are considered essential for keeping kids safe. Helmets help prevent head injuries in football, for instance, and shin guards lessen the impact of an accidental cleat to the leg in soccer. Eyewear, however, is often not included in lists of items needed for fall sports, but it is an absoluteRead more…

September is Sports Eye Injury Prevention Awareness Month

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During the calendar year of 2012, more than 13,000 eye injuries were suffered by children aged 0 to 14, according to data collected by Prevent Blindness America (PBA). These injuries include infections, fractures of the eye socket, corneal abrasions, and more. And unfortunately, extremely traumatic eye injuries can lead to permanent vision loss. However, 90Read more…

Sunglasses Spotlight: Sunglasses for Summer Sports

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When your children are active in summer sports it is critical to ensure their eyes are protected from the sun and injury. Real Kids Shades has three types of sunglasses that are hardworking, durable, and protect your children’s eyes 100% from harmful UVA and UVB rays. Designed so kids will love to wear them, theseRead more…

Sporty Shades Perfect for Spring Sports

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Practice schedule… check! Car pool arrangements… check! Uniforms… check! Sports equipment… check! Water and snacks… check!   This list may sound complete as you’re getting your all-stars ready for their spring sports, but whether your kid’s game of choice is baseball, golf, lacrosse, soccer, or tennis, you may not realize that you’re leaving out someRead more…