I can’t tell you how many pairs of sunglasses I go through on a yearly basis. Traveling as much as we do, glasses are always thrown into a bag or a purse and the lenses get scratched, the frame breaks, or they get lost. I seem to buy a new pair of glasses for every trip, which adds up when you travel to a new destination at least once a month. When I found Roshambo Shades, I knew they’d be a great fit for my family and our active lifestyle, especially for our upcoming road trip across the US this summer. They come in baby, toddler, junior, and adult sizes and you can you can bend, twist, and fold the glasses without breaking them. Additionally, they offer a warranty to replace any broken frames or scratched lenses, making them the ultimate travel glasses. For our road trip this summer, they are the number one item that we’ll pack.
Here’s What I Love About Roshambo Baby Sunglasses
Bend, Twist, and Fold Without Breaking
Durability is one of the most important factors for our sunglasses. If I can throw them in my backpack without worrying about them scratching or breaking, they will be my go-to sunglasses. All Roshambo sunglasses are virtually unbreakable and they come with a one year full damage and lens replacement guarantee. I never had a pair of glasses so indestructible before. They offer the type of durability that I need for travel and adventure.
Kids need that type of durability all the time, not just while traveling. They like to run, jump, play, ride their bikes, swim… and they shouldn’t have to worry about breaking their glasses in the process. Athena often takes off her glasses when she’s riding her bike or zipping along on her scooter and when I asked her why she doesn’t wear them she said it’s because she’s afraid she’ll break them. I love that that worry is completely eliminated with Roshambo sunglasses. Athena bent them and twisted them in every direction and they maintained their shape and never broke. Every kid deserves that freedom while still protecting their eyes!
Polarized lenses is another important quality for great travel sunglasses, especially when sailing or on the ocean or driving for extended periods of time. Roshambo Baby sunglasses offer 100% UVA/B/C protection with added glare reduction to reduce eye strain and protect your eyes.
We all need to protect our eyes while traveling. Even Max will need sunglasses when we’re on the road or discovering a new destination. Roshambo Baby sunglasses are certified BPA, lead, and latex free so even if Max chews on his glasses, they are going to hold up. The small parts are tested as safe for babies and kids, and the material is specifically designed to be durable, flexible, ultra-light, and comfortable.
The variety of sizes (baby, toddler, junior, and adult) make it so everyone in our family will have quality glasses to protect their eyes.
A portion of all sales from Roshambo Baby support Surfers Healing, a charity teaching kids with autism surfing, pride, and confidence.
My favorite Roshambo Baby sunglasses, the Goonies Mint Shades, sell for $30. Considering their durability and warranty, that’s a pretty remarkable price.
If you opt for a pair that are white or black, you could wear them with just about anything and easily get away with buying just one pair, but we prefer bold, fun colors like the Goonies Mint Shades. Although we only have one pair each right now, I plan to buy a few pairs to go with different styles. I don’t think you can ever have too many pairs of sunglasses.
Everyone deserves to shine in a great pair of shades. Roshambo Baby has our whole family covered with 100% UVA/B/C protection and extensive durability.
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Bucket List Publications portrays the beauty and limitless possibilities of the bucket list seeker. The quote, “The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experiences,” (Eleanor Roosevelt) describes our goals perfectly.
Traveling and extremes have encompassed my life for 30 years; from white-water rafting, skydiving, paragliding, bungee jumping, rock climbing, piloting a biplane, helicopter, and airplane, diving with sharks, dog sledding, base jumping, rappelling, and caving, I’ve tried every bucketlist adventure I could imagine. I’ve been to over 100 countries and every continent.
Now that I’m a mother, I’ve incorporated my love for travel and adventure into a family lifestyle. My daughter has traveled to 40 countries with me while experiencing some of the greatest adventures like parasailing, zip-lining, sailing, snorkeling, rock climbing, and horseback riding.