Too bad Mr. Belding and Ms. Bliss won't allow them in class. Perfect for the Malibu Sands Beach Club, though.
Other than looking impossibly stylish, all our ro.sham.bo shades come with head straps, ear hooks, a cute sunglass case and these Fantastic Features!!: -
The head strap and ear hooks come in a handy hard case, and are made of a comfy, stretchy, light, easily detachable food grade (chewable!) clear silicone band. Use these to keep baby and junior shades on your little person's face and prevent loss, and to enable a better fit on infants or kids just growing into the junior size. Fits both baby and junior size shades.
Fit/Size Guide: While age recommendations are based on extensive research, heads come in so many different sizes that it's best to do an actual measurement of the child's head with a soft measuring tape.
Free Exchange: We offer a FREE EXCHANGE for sizing issues, provided the sunglasses have not been used, soiled or scratched. The lens labels must also remain intact.
Free Shipping: We provide FREE SHIPPING to Singapore addresses, via local registered mail, for all purchases above S$60. No code is required!
ro•sham•bo baby is owned and operated by San Diego family scott, julia and their baby girls, avery and chloe. We started our little company after realizing that nobody was making high quality, stylish baby sunglasses while at a baseball game with a friend’s four month old who was staring up at the bright sun with no protection. Scott put his adult sunglasses on him and lightning struck: Little People Deserve Big People Shades. That means making them in Italy instead of China. That means making them safe, durable, flexible, and chewable for little mouths. And that means making them just as stylish as designer adult shades.
Two years later, we had the world’s best baby sunglasses ready for your little one and ours! Scott didn't want stop there though, he wanted to wear matching unbreakable pink shades with avery, so we made kids and adult sizes so the whole family can match!
Our name is a reference to the nostalgic game we all grew up playing (otherwise know as “rock, paper, scissor,” but “rock paper scissor baby” doesn’t have quite the same ring to it…). it also pays tribute to our autism support mission: special education and autism teachers have told us that playing ro•sham•bo can be a valuable teaching tool when kids need a quiet, calming, and personal interaction with a teacher. we have autism in our family, so this has been and always will be a pillar of our business.
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