Ray-Ban Junior Glasses

Ray-Ban Junior Glasses

Ray-Ban Junior sunglasses are one of many luxurious collections of the high-end manufacturing eyewear. Founded in 1937 by Bausch & Lomb, on commission of the United States Air Force, Ray-Ban sunglasses were responsible for creating two of the most imitated sunglass models on the planet: the Ray-Ban Aviator and Ray-Ban Wayfarer style sunglasses. The Ray-Ban Junior glasses produce the same quality and style as Ray-Ban glasses, just made suitable for children.

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      35 products

      35 products

      About Ray-Ban Junior
      The name is one that we’ve all heard of before. From young teenagers to middle-aged folk, it’s a brand that we all know and adore. Inspired from the older generation models, Ray-Ban reinvents their designs to harness that vintage feel. Ray-Ban Junior is a recent creation. Why offer sunglasses and optical frames to adults only? What about the younger children who also need to protect their eyesight?
      A child’s eyesight is extremely important so make sure they have regular check-ups with the optician. The muscles in our eyes are very supple when we’re young, but as we get older, the muscles start to harden and we start to lose our sight, but only very slightly. This is why we don’t recognise the loss until months or even years later when we realise that things are not as crystal-clear as they used to be.
      The Eyewear Collection
      Offering an extremely wide range of colours, Ray Ban Junior will definitely have an appeal to the young generation. They can pick from frames that have a mix of colours or one all-over colour. Does your little one like the styles from the adults range? Take a look at the ‘Wayfarer’ and ‘Clubmaster’ inspired frames for the little trendsetters. If you’re looking for a more classic look, try one of the semi-rimless models or the full-rimmed oval frame.
      Advice On Lens Choices
      Our plastic lenses offer 100% UV protection and can also be tinted or coated for extra protection. Most children will have a low to mid-range prescription so why not take advantage of our free 1.5 index lenses? 1.6 index lenses are recommended if their prescription is mid-range or above.
      Uncoated lenses get damaged very easily so apply at least a scratch resistant coating. Provide your young ones with better protection and opt for the economy coating which offers clarity, protection against scratches, glare and UV light. This coating could save you more money long-term; we all know how 'playful' children can be.