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MEsquad Kids Holiday Gifting Guide

Kids Glasses that are customizable and durable. No tools required.

What makes a great stocking stuffer? For young kids it’s usually something to play with, even better if they can build it. If you’ve run out of ideas, we have the perfect recommendation this holiday season. From a woman (and mom) owned small business comes MEsquad Kids Glasses. Customizable kids glasses at an affordable price, these frames are colourful, kid-proof and ball-in-the-face proof. Assembled in parts, your child has the power to create one-of-a-kind glasses from designs like pink unicorns, camouflage, and even dinosaurs. The best part? No tools required!

With the ability to shop online through their ecommerce website, kids can use the virtual try-on feature to find the best color and shape for their face. Aimed for children 5-10, the durable arms can be bent a full 180 degrees. This means whether you’re rushing around on Boxing Day, or hosting a New Year’s countdown party, the last thing you’ll have to worry about is broken glasses.

If you’re unsure about their prescription, fear not as there’s an easy solution. The frames can come with blue-light lenses, so try out the first pair before stocking up. Blue-light filtering glasses are great for those who are glued to their devices, something seemingly unavoidable these days. Another option is to go for the sunglasses, which are just as important in the winter months.

So whether you’re in the gift giving mood or just looking to spoil your own child, head over to MEsquad Kids and support local!

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