Sun Protection Hat

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Gardening, boating, hiking, camping, going to the beach = all these are synonymous with summer. You will need protection from the sun, particularly for your face if you don’t want all that exposure to equal premature wrinkling and possibly even skin cancer. The Sun Protection Hat is a necessary item you should have as part of your outdoor summer wear.

With a UPF rating of 50, this hat may save your life. Most of us would never dream of gardening without gloves to protect our hands, but what about our vulnerable head, neck, and shoulders, which are left exposed to potentially harmful UV rays for hours as we sweat off our sunscreen and just keep going? There have been cases where people have developed melanomas on their scalp. Therefore, there is a need to have head coverage this summer or whenever out in the sun for long periods of time.

The Sun Protection Hat offers the maximum protection from ultraviolet rays. This wide-brimmed hat is made entirely of grosgrain ribbon, so it collapses completely if you want to shove it into your beach bag or flatten it on the potting bench after use. It is a one size fits all, and you may find you love how it looks and feels so much that you wear it far beyond its intended use.

This hat was given an Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) of 50 by an independent textile research lab, which is the highest level of protection you can find. This means that when you wear the hat, your skin is protected from UV rays 50 times more effectively than if you were exposed directly to sunlight.

While sun-protective clothing looks like regular summer light-wear, this hat is actually much more tightly woven together and deeper in color. This hat is most comfortable and flattering, and with the best overall fit according to consumers’ reviews.

If you plan on spending a lot of time outside this summer, check out the Physician Endorsed Sun Protection Hats

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