Child Safety Glasses

Model Number: sun3001  | Menards® SKU: 2123003

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Child Safety Glasses

Model Number: sun3001  |  Menards® SKU: 2123003

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Everyday Low Price: $2.48
11%  Mail-In Rebate: $0.27
Your Final Price: $2.21

You Save: $0.27 after Mail-In Rebate

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  • Description

Want to involve your kids in your home improvement efforts? With these youth safety glasses, your children can assist you with sawing, drilling, hammering and overhead work. Made from polycarbonate material, these glasses provide maximum impact protection. Each pair of safety glasses comes in a sleek, contoured design with clear, indoor and outdoor use lenses. With its lightweight frame and comfortable fit, these youth safety glasses will allow your children to gain hands on home improvement experience without putting their safety in jeopardy.

  • Blocks 99.9% of harmful UV rays
  • Lightweight frame offers comfortable fit for extended use
  • Contoured design provides maximum eye protection
  • Great for power tool work, sawing/drilling metal or wood, hammering and overhead work

Shipping Dimensions: 6.0 x 5.06 x 1.56
Shipping Weight: 0.1 lbs

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