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Our sailing designers developed these kids' sunglasses for your sailing trips. Floating frame with polarised, category 3 lenses for 100% UV protection


Field of vision

Very good natural peripheral vision


Polarised lenses: reduce reflections off of horizontal surfaces.


Wraparound design: protects the eyes from wind, splashes and bad weather.


The sunglasses stay in place on the face

Sun protection

Grey tint category-3 lenses – 100% UV protection: ideal in sunny weather.


Floating frame: easily find your sunglasses in the water.



Category 3: lets through 8% to 18% of light (protection in sunny weather - Standard: ISO 12312-1 - CE mark). Comfort in bright sunshine

Filters 100% ANTI UV (UV A and UV B)

Polarising: 95% polarisation for maximum glare reduction.

Material: high-resistance polycarbonate plastic

Geometry: spherical – 8-base (glass curves around your face for a great fit and better side protection)


Lens tint: grey. The grey tint is excellent at rendering natural colours and reduces light intensity. It is the tint most suited to water sports.

Mirror effect: purely aesthetic. Be careful to protect your lenses from scratches, which will be more visible on these types of lenses.


Ideal in case of strong glare!

The lenses block indirect rays coming from below (from the snow, sea or sand). >Enhances contrast and allows the wearer to see the terrain even in strong glare

Stray reflections are reduced to prevent the wearer from being dazzled.

Warning: with polarised lenses, it can be difficult to read screens such as phone screens. A rainbow effect appears on the screen.


What does anti-UV material do?

To protect your eyes from an invisible danger... UV rays.

UV rays are always there, in winter and summer, in sunny or even overcast weather and they can be harmful to your eyes and what surrounds them.

To maintain your eyesight, the lenses of our sunglasses are made from anti-UV polycarbonate which protects you from harmful sun rays (UVA and UVB).


Our lenses are 1.5 mm polycarbonate, a highly resistant material but the major drawback is that it is susceptible to scratches. Be aware that even if your lenses are scratched, the UV protection is not reduced, the mirror effect is purely aesthetic.

The same goes for the colour of the sun lenses.

Whether they be grey, brown or coloured... you can choose your glasses according to your preferences, you will be protected regardless of the colour.


Classification of tinted lenses according to the ISO 12312-1 standard:

- Category 1: lightly tinted lens for low brightness.

- Category 2: moderately tinted lens for medium brightness.

- Category 3: dark lens for strong sunlight (sea and mountains). Between 82% and 92% of visible light absorbed

- Category 4: very dark lens, for extremely bright sunlight (high mountains). Between 92% and 97% of visible light absorbed


Frame material: polyamide

Arm material: polyamide

Size: suitable for medium to large faces

Tips for storage and maintenance

Storage tips

The quality of your vision depends on the proper care of your glasses. The case is not mere luxury! Stored in their case, your sunglasses are protected from scratches, impacts and being crushed.

Restrictions on use

Polarised lenses may affect screen readability.


Test product

All of our sports sunglasses are tested in our DECATHLON laboratories in the real conditions of use for which they were designed. The design teams, product managers, engineers and designers make sure that our sports sunglasses fully correspond to their use in real-life conditions.


2 Years

Agree by

These sunglasses comply with the ISO 12312-1 standard. They have been tested at a sailing club in France.