The Brim Sun Protection Hat provides all-day sun protection for baby’s head, neck and eyes. The wicking liner is breathable for comfort, and the UPF 50+ material dries quickly if it gets wet to support baby’s active play. The tie strap keeps it in place, and the adjustable toggle creates a custom-fit as baby grows! Parents love how easy it is to pack for on-the-go activities and the wide variety of classic colors.
Extra-wide brim coverage
Stay-put tie strap
Quick-dry material for active play
Wicking liner for comfort
Adjustable toggle for custom fit & to grow with baby
Sunglasses for babies and kids - fits most children ages 0 to 4 years old depending on head size (larger sizes coming soon, join our invite list below). Includes a microfiber carrying pouch and easily adjustable strap! The iconic look, now reimagined for young eyes.
100% UVA and 100% UVB protection. FDA-approved, impact-resistant lenses with the highest protection rating: UV400.
Flexible, durable frames made from a safe, BPA-free and phthalates-free material.
Designed by parents for a secure, comfortable fit. Engineered to protect their young, developing eyes from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays.
FREE replacement if misplaced or damaged for a full year - guaranteed! Simply pay shipping.
Color choices for Original WeeFarers®: Black, Tortoise Shell Brown, White, Blue, and Pink. All Original WeeFarers® come with gray UV400 lenses.
It's the leader of lite-ness and our original EVA all-star, the uncompromisable Jefferson. Like any reigning ruler of the ring, the Jefferson encompasses all of the fine features that you'd expect from a Native shoe. It's shock absorbent, odor resistant, hand-washable, and comes in an infinite assortment of colors and treatments. Capabilities clouds could only dream of.
Polite pigs make manners satisfying to learn, demonstrating good behavior in familiar situations. One side of each card asks what approach or response is right for a situation; the reverse offers a good suggestion. For instance:
When you answer the phone, what do you say?… “Hello, Piggie residence. Mom can’t come to the phone, may I take a message? Who is calling?”
What do you do when you meet someone?… Look at their eyes and give a firm handshake.
You should try not to burp in public. But if a burp surprises you, what do you say?… “Please excuse me!”