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Julbo Looping 3

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Little adventurers are always looking up at the world-protect their eyes with the Julbo Looping 3 sunglasses. Fit ages two to four.


There's no wrong way to wear these girls' Julbo Looping III symmetrically shaped sunglasses designed for toddlers who spend time outside with mom and dad. Free of finger-pinching hinges, these have flexible temples that let kids pull the sunglasses on and off repeatedly without damaging the frames. Rubber temple inserts and nose pads help keep glasses securely on a child's face. Paint-free design prevents problems if a toddler opts to chew on the frame. Spectron 4 polycarbonate lenses block 100% of UV rays and 95% of visible light, reducing glare and creating a clear image. Flash treatment to lenses reinforces the filtering of visible light through a mirror effect; anti-glare treatment to lenses eliminates glare reflections. Lightweight polycarbonate lenses are 20 times more impact resistant than glass and less than one-third the weight. Comes with a soft microfiber storage pouch. Includes a detachable, adjustable elastic retainer strap that clips in and out of the temple-end holes. Best fits kids ages 2 - 4.


The Julbo Looping 3 Toddler Sunglasses give two- to four-year-olds the same bright-light eye protection as high-altitude mountaineers. Thanks to Julbo's Alti Spectron lenses, your child has nothing to worry about even during a bluebird day in the park. The Looping 3 Sunglasses features a comfortable shape that hangs on all day without causing pressure points.

- Backcountry.com