UVX BALACLAVA

UNA

$42.00 $21.00
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UVX Balaclava Una
Item #108658

Product Details
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Details-+

Full-coverage protection from damaging UV rays, the UVX Balaclava leverages COOLMAX® Extreme to deliver protection, moisture wicking performance, wind resistance and light thermal properties. The contoured design fits over the shoulders, back of the neck and upper chest for comprehensive protection without impacting peripheral vision or range of motion. Seams are minimized for improved comfort, and laser-cut breathing holes help prevent condensation.

  • UPF 50 protection*
  • Soft, breathable Coolmax® Extreme fabric
  • Minimal seams for fit and comfort
  • 4 ways to wear
  • Polygiene® Active Odor Control
  • Moisture-wicking
  • Contoured fit at neck and shoulder areas
  • flat lock construction
  • Laser cut holes in nose and mouth areas
  • Thermal protection from cold & wind
  • Quick-drying
  • 2-way lateral stretch
  • One size fits all adults

Materials-+

Fabric Content
100% microfiber polyester

Polygiene® Active Odor Control
Permanent effect, lasts the lifetime of the garment. Environmentally friendly application.

Coolmax® Extreme
A special four-channel fiber forms a transport system that pulls moisture away from the skin to the outer layer of the fabric. It then dries that moisture faster than any other fabric to thermoregulate the body.

Care Instructions

  • Hand or machine wash in warm water with mild soap
  • Do not use fabric softeners
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not machine dry
  • Do not iron

*UPF 50+
Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) measures the amount of UV radiation that penetrates a fabric and reaches your skin. A fabric rated with a UPF of 50 will allow only 1/50th of the sun’s UV rays to pass through. In other words, it blocks 49/50ths or 98% of the UV radiation. UPF 50+ is the highest possible rating. Samples of fabrics have been tested for UV protection by LEITAT—Textile Technology Institute in accordance with the standard AS/NXS4399:1996 “Sun protective clothing--Evaluation and Classification.”

Ways to wear-+