Teen 100 Children Hiking Sunglasses Ages 7+ Category 3 - Purple

8382517

QUECHUA

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Made for children aged 7 or more playing outdoors in sunny weather.
With their flexible hinge-free frame, TEEN 100 sunglasses provide comfort, safety and style to your children. They provide full UV protection.
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Advantage
Sun protectionCategory 3 lenses – 100% UV protection: brightness in sunny weather.
DurabilitySunglasses made from soft materials: reduces the risk of breakage.
CoverageWraps around the face: no light passes through sides and bottom.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

1
LENS
Category 3: lets through 8% to 18% of light - all UV rays are filtered out Blue light protection: filters over 90% of harmful blue light Optical class 1 Material: impact-resistant polycarbonateComplies with standard: ISO 12312-1
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FRAME
Frame material: TPEE Nose pads material: TPEE Arms material: TPEE Arm tips material: TPEE Size: suitable for the faces of children aged 7 or more, depending on the child 's face shape and size. Pierced arm tips: compatible with hook cords to guarantee maximum hold.
Information / Concept / Technology
Composition
Frame : 100.0% Thermoplastic Polyethylene (TPE) Lens : 100.0% Polycarbonate (PC)

Test
These sunglasses comply with standard: ISO 12312-1

Product test
All our sports sunglasses have been tested in our DECATHLON laboratories and in the real-life use conditions for which they were designed. Our development teams, product managers, engineers and designers ensure that our sports sunglasses perfectly fit field use conditions.

Stockage tips
Your child's quality of vision depends on the proper care of the sunglasses. The case is not mere luxury! Stored in their case, the sunglasses are protected from scratches, shocks and crushing.

Maintenance tips
Clean your lenses with a suitable accessory: towelette, microfibre cloth or lens cleaner (ORAO accessory range). Avoid using paper towel, cloths that contain silicone or tissues as they may scratch your lenses. Household products, disinfectants and acetone may also damage your lenses and their surface treatment. In the event of splashes on your lenses, never dry wipe them: rinse with clear water first.

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