The need-to-know for parents about KIDS EYEWEAR


Kids Silhouette glasses eyewear

Children want to
see better but they
also want to be able
to do somersaults.
Good vision is particularly important
for children and it is a top priority
when deciding on eyewear. Nothing
can promote vision better than seeing
without boundaries: SP X Art Kids
allows every child to discover the
world freely and unrestricted! Perfect
fit no matter what the activity and for
the best time with

Kids want to
look cool!
Kids want to impress friends and
fellow students. Parents love the looks
of their children: Thank goodness,
the new SP X Art Kids blends
harmoniously into the face and it
remains in the background without
attracting attention. This is exactly
the type of eyewear that kids love
to wear – especially, if it has to be
for the first time

Kids want to feel
The new SP X Art Kids is eyewear
that children just forget about:
It is so light-weight that our kids
don‘t even know when they wear
it. The feather-light high-tech
material creates an incredible
comfort when worn

Kids want what
mom, dad, and friends
all wear.
In their social behavior, children focus
strongly on their parents and friends.
They want to wear what they wear.
This is the reason why children fashion
is derived from adult fashion. The new
SP X Art Kids provides the fantastic
Silhouette from mom and dad now for
girls and boys. Among the cool colours
and shapes there is something for
every one!

Parents want
only the best for
their children.
The new SP X Art Kids offers
everything what parents want for
their children: top quality, latest
technology, carefully and mostly
crafted by hand, “Made in Austria.“
Light as a feather, corrosion-resistant,
and anti-allergenic materials such as
high-tech titanium and SP X make it
together with the screw- and
hinge-less design extremely durable
and guaranteed maintenance free!

Parents want
eyewear that grows
wit h the child
and brings enjoyment
for a long time.
Just bought and already too small?
Not with the new SP X Art Kids!
It grows with the child – just switch
the glasses