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Deal of the Day: 33 percent off aviator sunglasses for kids

Protect kids' eyes from the sun in style!
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Deal of the Day: May 4

May the fourth be with you. So, we admit, today's deal is not related to Star Wars. But, kids will still love it.

TODAY viewers will get 33 percent off kids' aviator glasses from Winkniks using the code 'dealoftheday.' Usually, one pair of these glasses costs $45, but with our exclusive discount code, you can snag a pair for $30.

Winkniks Kids' Aviator Sunglasses, $30 with code dealoftheday (usually $45), Winkniks

Made with brushed stainless steel frames and polarized lenses, these BPA-free glasses provide 100 percent UV protection for kids ages 5-12. You can get the discounted glasses in five different finishes: pink grapefruit, rose gradient, misty gray, olive green and charcoal.

You'll find all the options on the Winkniks website. Just be sure to use the discount code.

The lenses are approved by the Food and Drug Administration and scratch and impact resistant.


And the corrosion-resistant glasses each come with a cleaning cloth and hard case, making them difficult for kids to break.