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Babiators + Masala Baby (2)

bring on the spring: babiators + masala giveaway

Where did the sun go? These gray, winter days make me long for warmer weather and now that it’s finally March, there’s thankfully an end in sight. To help get you into the spirit, Babiators, makers of kids’ sunglasses, and Masala Baby, a kids’ clothing designer, are teaming up to offer a Spring Break Giveaway. One lucky winner will receive a pair of Babiators sunglasses and a $50 gift certificate good towards the purchase of Masala clothing. To enter, just like Babiators and Masala Baby’s Facebook pages and post a comment on Babiators’ Spring Break Giveaway some time between today and March 15.

Good luck!

Babiators + Masala Baby (2)

 

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new lime

here’s lookin’ at you, kid: babiators

Indestructible sunglasses for kids? Never heard of ‘em. My almost 4-year-old has already been through 3 pairs, and they never manage to make it through an entire season. Whether her shades end up in the bottom of my beach bag, haphazardly having been crushed by a carelessly tossed rock or seashell, or are inadvertently stepped on (don’t ask), it seems kiddie sunglasses can’t withstand the power of play…until now. At the suggestion of a loyal Talking Walnut subscriber, we decided to check out Babiators, a line of child-sized sunglasses designed to outlast your kid (or at least until she makes it to grade school). At first glance, we were a bit suspicious; how could anything that fits into a package the size of travel-sized toothpaste possibly be durable? Well, let’s just say we were pleasantly surprised. We stretched these babies, we bended them, we took them on and off our resident child tester (trust us, this was tough work)…and still they managed to maintain their shape. Upon further inspection, we learned that Babiators were actually designed by a fighter pilot, which explains the secure fit. The fact that they offer 100-percent UV protection from the sun’s harmful rays was an extra bonus; if you’ve read our earlier posts, you know how serious the Talking Walnut is about adequate sun protection. And because these sunglasses come in an array of eye-popping frame colors, including limelight lime, we know that ultra-bright coverage will come in handy for those summer days ahead. Babiators are available in either junior (ages 1-3) or classic (ages 3+).

In a Nutshell: Kiddie sunglasses aren’t only about making a fashion statement. This kid-proof brand stands up to standard wear and tear, and looks great while doing it.

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