Outdoor Gear Reviews

Rheos Floating Sunglasses for Kids

RHEOS Floating Sunglasses did something great this year.  No, it wasn’t a new design or a new lens system or even a new style for hunters.  No they actually came out with a line of kids floating sunglasses.  I know this doesn’t seem like the type of things that we would really care about but honestly, we care about getting kids outdoors and protecting vision while getting them outside is important.  If you are going to take kids outdoors, give them the tools and gear to enjoy it.

Now every kid wants to be like mom and dad with cool sunglasses and the problem is that most of the cheap glasses you pick up at the gas station have no UV protection and could actually do more to damage the eyes of little Johnny or Janie than having them not wear sunglasses.  This new line of sunglasses from RHEOS for boys and girls are polarized, tough and come with anti-scratch lenses.  These are not gas station cheap sunglasses.  The RHEOS  have 100% UV Protection, come with a microfiber cloth to clean off all of the sticky finger prints that are bound to get on them and they look good.  The styles are Minnows Sport, Minnows Wader for kids, and Minnows Wader for babies.  They offer a promo code on the website to get a deal and come in at a price point that is under $30.00.  We have used RHEOS for adults and they are good glasses especially if you spend a lot of time on the water.  We like that they are 100% polarized and all of their glasses float. 

Check out RHEOS Kids Floating Sunglasses and look around for a pair yourself.  RHEOS does contribute to some great causes and produces a quality product. 

(Pictures by Michael and Anne Sinclair of their awesome kiddos enjoying the December sunshine)

Kevin Paulson

Kevin Paulson is the Founder and CEO of HuntingLife.com. His passion for Hunting began at the age of 5 hunting alongside of his father. Kevin has followed his dreams through outfitting, conservation work, videography and hunting trips around the world.

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