Crocs knows how important it is to keep your eyes protected. They also know what a great fashion statement sunglasses can make, so why not protect your eyes and look good while doing it?
Crocs is very excited to announce the launch of Crocs Eyewear, this past May. They have introduced a unique twist on eyewear starting off with a mix of 14 Adult & Kid styles, multiple colors for each. What makes Crocs eyewear so unique is their patented Jibbitz hinge system. This option allows you to change up the faces and arms of the sunglasses to create fun and colorful, custom sunglass pieces. On top of their fun look, Crocs sunglasses feature 100% UV protection!
We were sent a pair of Crocs sunglasses in adult style as well as a sample from their kids line.
The adult line featured:
- Eco-friendly polarized lens
- Signature Crocs stamp on temples.
- *Size THREE hinge system uses only interchangeable size THREE arms, hinges and faces. Not compatible with size TWO or Kids' arms, hinges and faces.
- 100% UV protection.
I loved that you could customize their look, the style flattered most face shapes and they kept my eyes protected. Great for the beach, driving, or just a day out.
The kids line is just a tad different as they do not feature polarized lens but, do feature 100% UV protection, Crocs stamp on temples and KIDS size hinges and faces. Also please note that the kids line features interchangeable temples only, the Jibbitz hinge system is on the adult sunglasses.
This back to school season I can rest easy knowing while the princess is standing at the bus stop, she will be not just be looking cute in her Crocs but, will be protecting her eyes from this harsh Florida sun.
Buy It: Purchase Crocs Adult glasses for about $39.99 and children's styles for about $19.99
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