* Sun shades to keep your car cooler and protect your dashboard
* Keep your plastic cups and electronics from melting
* Crazy sun shades for cat lovers, Star Trek fans and more
For many of us in this age of continuously record-breaking heat waves, staying cool is a daily challenge. One of the least appealing things about warm climates is getting into a car that’s been parked in the sun, doing its best impression of a middle school science project demonstrating the greenhouse effect.
Fortunately, this effect is much easier to deal with on the scale of a single automobile than, say, planet earth. Here are eight of the craziest sun shades to help keep your car cool.
1. Polar Bear Sun Shade
Keep your car cool and your spirits up with this arctic-themed sun shade featuring a car full of chill polar bears and cool penguins.
2. Side-eye Glasses Sun Shade
This UV-protective sunshade not only helps keep your car’s dashboard and seats from forming premature aging and cracks, it also lets your car look like it’s giving some hilarious side eye.
3. Bald Eagle American Flag Sun Shade
This patriotic sunshade comes with durable double bubble construction and shields your car from the sun’s rays while displaying an epic bald eagle and waving American Flag.
4. Cats Sun Shade
This sunshade lets you put a picture of a car full of cats under your windshield. If you’re a Tennessee Williams fan, it could be a fun, literal interpretation of his famous play’s title, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
5. Cat’s Eyes Sunshade
This sunshade for cool cats shows the world a set of cool cat’s eyes while keeping your car nice and cool too.
6. Star Trek Sun Shade
This sun shade for Star Trek fans is just the thing to help shield your shuttlecraft’s dashboard from those cosmic rays.
7. Beach Sun Shade
Nothing says “life’s a beach,” like a picture of a serene tropical beach on a car sunshade. Great for those sun-scorched parking lots at the actual beach.
8. Van Gogh Starry Night Sun Shade
This sunshade for art lovers keeps your car cooler while showing off your appreciation for Van Gogh’s hallucinatory impressionist genius. Plus, what could be better for blocking the sun’s rays than a picture of the night?