Julbo Kid’s Sunglasses Review

ABOUT:

Julbo is a company that was founded in 1888 as a manufacturer of corrective lenses and since moved to become a gobal producer of protective eyewear for all active outdoor activities.  Today the company not only continues to make eyewear for elite athletes, but also an affordable, durable 100% UV protection sunglasses for children from toddlers to teens.

Features:

  • Lenses are optical class 1
  • Offer 100% protection against UVA, B, and C rays
  • Shock Resistant
  • Frames are a wrap-around design for excellent coverage
  • Shock Absorption
  • Curved temples

MY THOUGHTS:

Every summer we buy a few pairs of cheap (usually drug-store) sunglasses for each child and within days they are broken, lost or tossed aside because they don’t fit.

My kids are outside pretty much after breakfast and through dinner and I am constantly worrying about protecting their skin, but I admit I slack on eye protection.  We just have yet to find a good pair of sunglasses that they each like and fit them right.  Julbo sunglasses not only fit each of my children’s head properly, but they look great and the quality implies the frames are built to last.  There are three different varieties of Julbo kid’s sunglasses to fit each age child, with of course different colors available too.

Looping 1

0-18 months — “My first Julbos”
The Looping can be turned any way they choose: the frame is reversible and has no hinges. The wrap around, ergonomic profile guarantees optimal coverage and comfort for all little head shapes.  $32

Bubble

Ages 3-5
Soft to the touch and perfectly curved to fit little faces, the Bubble is light and flexible with optimal comfort and protection. $40

Booba

Ages 4-6
The Booba gives great support for little ones gaining their freedom. The wrap-around shape and wide temples provide an effective barrier to the sun’s rays. The double injection frame gives optimum comfort with a super-soft finish for the part in contact with the face. The temple profile and curved ends hold the fram securely on the ears.  $40

Overall, Julbo sunglasses are meant to not only offer great eye protection but stand up to active play.  The are sturdy rubber and not cheap plastic that will crack or snap.  They offer maximum eye protection so your child’s eyes are completely protected from UV rays and blindspots in general.  Finally with so a variety of colors it is hard not to find a pair perfect for your child!  Yes they are more expensive than a pair you’d pick up from Walgreens (lets say $8-$10) but these sunglasses are built to last (of course as long as you don’t loose them) and offer more protection.  I know I am not alone in forgetting my kid’s eyes when slathering on the sunscreen or sick of buying another pair of cheap plastic sunglasses because the last pair broke.  Yes those $10 pairs of sunglasses add up and really they are more of a novelty than an actual eye protection device.

BUY IT:  Check out Julbo for kid’s sunglasses from $30 and up to Start Shopping or check out their Dealer Locator for a store near you!

WIN IT:  (1) US winner will receive a pair of Booba sunglasses (for kids ages 4-6)

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Comments

  1. I would choose the Violet / Lime.

  2. Blue and Lime

  3. Heaven Kelough says:

    I would choose the violet/lime ones. :)

  4. Blue and Lime please!

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  5. love the violet/lime

  6. ruth ramos says:

    white and red

  7. Shanda S. says:

    I’d choose the violet and lime for my daughter.

  8. kathy pease says:

    id choose Booba – 4352332
    Blue / Lime

  9. Nate VanHook says:

    White w/ red

  10. tina reynolds says:

    I would love the
    Booba – 4352379

  11. Heather Tarver says:

    White / Red

  12. violet lime

  13. jennifer reynolds says:

    Love the blue/lime!

  14. Blue & Lime

  15. Ann Council says:

    I like the blue.

  16. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    white and red
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  17. White and red definitely!

  18. My daughter would love the violet/lime

  19. Michaela R says:

    Violet / Lime

  20. Kat Emerick says:

    Booba – 4352311
    White / Red / FRAME

  21. amy deeter says:

    orange/grey
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  22. Candice Hull says:

    I would choose the blue and lime. But to be honest, I would take any color I was given just to get my 4 year old some sunglasses he could actually wear! The cheap ones at the store never stay on or pinch his head.

  23. Blue / Lime.

  24. Gretchen Gerth says:

    I would get the violet/lime for my granddaughter

  25. I like the orange/gray but it’s hard to say!

  26. I would choose the violet/lime

  27. Booba – 4352311

  28. Jill Kecseg says:

    I would pick the violet/lime :)

  29. Marisa May says:

    I’d choose the blue/lime sunglasses :)

  30. I WOULD CHOOSE THE RED AND WHITE :)

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  31. the blue and limne

  32. Blue / Lime

  33. Amylynn H says:

    I would choose Blue/Lime!

  34. i would choose white/red

  35. kasey reed says:

    white/red

  36. bonnye sensenig says:

    we would choose Violet / Lime

  37. In the harsh Arizona sun, these are fabulous for my son (blue/lime)!

  38. I really like the violet and lime.

  39. Renee Bruno says:

    I like the blue and lime

  40. love the orange/grey!

  41. Kimberly says:

    Love the Violet/Lime!

  42. Patti Hess says:

    I like the Blue and Lime ones

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  43. Lbrouse1 (at) gmail (dt) com
    I’d choose the:
    Orange / Grey / Frame Color
    Spectron 4 Baby / Lens

  44. Glenna Faccenetti says:

    I like the white/red ones

  45. susan varney says:

    Booba – 4352332 mverno@roadrunner.com

  46. Stephanie Grant says:

    I would choose the White / Red color

  47. I’d choose violet/lime. Thanks.
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  48. I very much like the colorful frame options! As long as the lenses are good I don’t think my Kid has a preference…

  49. I would choose the blue sunglasses.

  50. I’d choose the Blue/Lime colored sunglasses.

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  51. Booba – 4352311
    White / Red / Frame Color
    Spectron 4 Baby / Lens

  52. I def. want the pink ones !

  53. I like the Orange/Grey Spectron 4 Baby

  54. My son loves red!

  55. Booba – 4352311 in White/Red

  56. White / Red

  57. Christy Johnson says:

    I’d love the white/red shades!

  58. crystle tellerday says:

    orange/gray

  59. I would choose the Violet / Lime

  60. patricia thornton says:

    I love the blue and green glasses. Awesome give-away!

  61. Kristi C says:

    I would choose the white/red.

  62. Blue/Lime

  63. Theresa Jenkins says:

    Orange / Grey

  64. I would choose the color White/Red (Booba – 4352311)

  65. White and red :)

  66. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I would pick the Violet / Lime glasses.

  67. The Booba Blue / Lime /

  68. Teh Doll says:

    blue lime

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  69. Michele Behlen says:

    I would choose blue/lime for my grandson.

  70. Jennifer says:

    I would pick the blue and lime for my soN!

  71. Marysa N. says:

    Violet/lime!
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  72. I’d get the Blue/Lime glasses.
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  73. catherine c says:

    the Blue / Lime booba

  74. annette c ampbell says:

    I like the pink ones for my granddaughter

  75. nannypanpan says:

    i like white/red
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  76. i’d get blue/lime

  77. Sandy VanHoey says:

    I would choose the blue/lime

  78. D Schmidt says:

    I really like Booba – 4352332
    Blue / Lime / FRAME COLOR
    Spectron 4 Baby / LENS
    $40.00 / ITEM #4352332

  79. Red and white

  80. Gisele Phipps says:

    My granddaughter would rock a pink pair!

  81. Azslyn Cole says:

    White / Red / FRAME COLOR
    Spectron 4 Baby / LENS

  82. melissa williams says:

    i would choose violet/lime for my daughter