Zoobug a UK eyewear company inked a licensing agreement with the London 2012 Organizing Committee (LOCOG) and launching this month the official London 2012 sunglasses range for children.
Geared toward children ages 1-12, the eyewear collection, which will be available before Christmas. Features include a flex hinge dand adjustable rubber end tips as well as 100% UV-protective lenses. The frames use the bright colour palette of London 2012 and are meant to be safe and durable.
The styles will be decorated with Olympic and Paralympic mascots Wenlock and Mandeville and the London 2012 union flag designs and Team GB designs. Each product comes with a London 2012 or Team GB sunglasses pouch.
Founded in 2006, Zoobug is an award-winning British company with a strong message about eye protection for children and safety in the sun. Set up by eye surgeon Dr Julie Diem Le, the company produces a wide selection of sunglasses for 0 to 12 year olds, as well as high quality optical collections sold through optical retailers worldwide. Zoobug offers sunglasses made with quality materials, innovative comfort features and UV protective lenses with excellent optical clarity. By combining these features with fashionable designs, statement colours and clever details, Zoobug has become a leader in the children’s sunglasses sector. Visit www.zoobug.com