Are children's sports sunglasses necessary?

Update:2021-12-10 16:31
Children's sports sunglasses are often essential in protecting children's eyes, especially when they already need prescription glasses. We have all heard of children's swimming goggles, but you know that sports goggles can be used for
almost all sports. Not only will it add an extra level of safety, but it will also help them play better.

In addition, children’s eyes are very sensitive to harmful rays from the sun. Long-term exposure without protection can cause serious injuries, such as photokeratitis or sunburn, and even increase the risk of cataracts in the future. In
addition to the fact that long-term and repeated exposure can cause permanent burns and eye damage, photokeratitis can be very painful.

Our children’s sportswear glasses provide full-spectrum UV protection, which means they can protect your child’s eyes from harmful UVA and UVB rays. In addition to providing sun protection with our glasses, if your child wears glasses while playing outdoors, it can also reduce the risk of accidental physical damage to the eyes. Corneal scratches or other types of eye trauma can be painful, but sunglasses can provide an extra protective barrier between your child’s
eyes and any wrong throws or shots or accidental contact with teammates or opponents.