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The BRITAX EZ-Cling Window Shades shield children from UV rays, sun glare, and heat while they're riding in the rear seat of the car. You can easily attach, reposition, remove and reuse the shades, which have a unique cling design with a lightweight, reinforced frame. The mesh-like fabric offers an ultraviolet protection factor (UPF) of 30+ while still providing visibility for the driver.
EZ-Cling Window Shades are easy to apply and reposition to fit your car windows. View larger.
EZ-Cling Window Shades keep your child cool and comfortable by blocking glare and heat. The mesh fabric screen offers an ultraviolet protection factor (UPF) of 30+ to block the sun's dangerous UV rays.
Plus, the see-through shade provides driver visibility and allows your child to see outside during car rides.
Reinforced with a lightweight wire frame for durability, EZ-Cling Window Shades feature a unique cling design that makes it easy to apply them to your window.
The lightweight shades can be repositioned as desired and removed for storage to reuse again and again. At 19 by 12 inches (H x W), these shades are a great fit for the rear side windows of most vehicles.
Two BRITAX EZ-Cling Window Shades and instruction sheet.
These shades feature UPF 30+ to protect against UV rays while still allowing parents and children to see outside.
This shade is nice and easy to install but I don't like how it looks on the outside making my window look like the tint is peeling.Published 1 day ago by Renee
These did not last long and left ugly bubbles between the glass and cling shade. You only saw it from the outside of the vehicle, but it looks cheap. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jessica
has been a good size for blocking sun on the drivers sidePublished 12 days ago by Barbara D. Patterson
I love the ease of application but doesn't keep the sun out that wellPublished 16 days ago by Elizabeth Charleson