Ray-Ban Junior Sunglasses

Ray Ban JuniorSunglasses

Ray-Ban Junior Sunglasses

We've all heard the arguments. People with no style, who seem to want to doom their kids to being without style too. “Don't force grown-up brands on the kids”, they say. “It's unethical. Don't make them grow up too quickly.” You can be sure those people mean well. Some of the nicest people on the planet run with lines like that. But the logic is flawed, and just a tad misguided.

“She's just a kid – she doesn't need Ray-Ban glasses!!” The problem with logic like that that is: the alternative is usually going to be something of less quality, in one way or another. Either worse looking, or worse performing, substitutes for quality brands are often (ironically) not worth the money.

Just think: the eyewear might perform well, but open the wearer up to cruel bullying, on account of cheapness. (Surely you remember how cruel kids can be, for the most ridiculous of reasons.) Or even worse, it might look snazzy, but underperform in terms of optics. It's a scientific fact that badly performing glasses actually deteriorate the wearer's eyes even more over time.

Besides, kids are growing up quickly these days. Nobody can deny that. If they can have longboards, mobile phones, and portable video games, the least we can do is also equip them with good sunglasses so their eyes stay working. In fact, some would even say designer sunglasses are the first things we should be giving kids. It actually makes a lot of sense.

If we take care of the fundamentals first, the rest will fall into place. It's the same with basketball, creative writing, and cooking. Start with the basics. Good sun protection, to compensate for the unfortunately deteriorating ozone layer. Kids these days need to be thinking about the future, and so do their parents.

Check out the Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses. In a multitude of styles – some plain and some extravagant – there's something for every little personality under the sun.

In gold and blue, you're dressing a little globetrotter, inventor, or daydreaming genius. There's a whimsical but serious look to these little looking glasses. Far from being beaten up, or beating people up, these glasses are for the sort of person who'd rather wax poetic, or lecture at length about Plato. These are for the next Nobel Prize winner, or great novelist.

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