The sunglasses by Cressi for children fit comfortably. They block reflections and protect against up to 100% of UV rays. They offer a sharp vision that's rich in detail while increasing visual contrast. They protect the eyes from solar radiation, filter out glare, and improve vision. Polarized lenses. Available in a broad assortment of colours. The mirrored lenses are coated with CRT (Cressi Revo Treatment), improving mirroring and offering excellent performance in light conditions.
There are few things cuter than a small child wearing a stylish pair of sunglasses, but kids' sunglasses are more than simply accessories for their new swimsuit. UV rays are no laughing matter, according to specialists, as they can cause both short- and long-term eye damage, even in toddlers.
Children's eyes, like the rest of their bodies, are still developing. A child's eye may allow up to 70% more UV rays to enter the retina than an adult's because of their more comprehensive pupils and less mature eye structure.
Cressi has been an Italian leader in scuba diving, snorkelling, and swimming equipment. The glasses contain FDA-approved impact-resistant dark-tinted lenses that give 100 per cent UVA and UVB protection with the highest UV 400 rating. There are polarised and nonpolarized lenses available, as well as a variety of colour options for both the lens and the frame.
The clarity of the polarised lenses and the glasses' resilience to bending after sitting on were two features that struck me. The soft storage case was a great addition, as was the helpful rubber band that keeps the glasses in place.