Kids' UV Protection Long Sleeve Shorty Swimsuit - and Print
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UPF50+ textile. Sun protection even when wet. Blocks at least 95% of UV rays.
Product made from 85% recycled polyester for good resistance to wear.
Press studs at the back of the neck to easily get it on over the head.
Recommended for occasional use, up to 100 hours of activity.
The weave of the textile does not trap grains of sand.
Long the product,fit my 3mth old baby who is very chubby.
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Good quality and value for money. As kid grown fast, need not to to invest too much on the swim suit but also not compromise the quality.
Thank you for your feedback in our Kids' UV Protection Long Sleeve Shorty Swimsuit - Green and White Print! This product is designed for protection from the sun and from the cold for young kids discovering the joys of the water. The kids' UV-protection long-sleeved shorty suit made from recycled fabric provides protection from UV rays.
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Practice on and have a nice day!
Namaste,Nur SyafiqahSports Advisor Decathlon Joo Koon
- 15% Elasthane
- 85% Polyester
Baby's skin is very sensitive to the sun, because children's defence systems only become effective after the age of 3. For identical exposure, the effects of the sun are two to three times stronger on a child than on an adult. Therefore, it is important to protect them properly.
UPF is a worldwide standardised sun protection value (Ultra-Violet Protection Factor).It defines the textile's degree of protection, and more precisely, the proportion of transmitted UV rays.It must keep out at least 95% of UV rays to meet the standard. UPF 50+ means that the textile blocks at least 95% of UVA and 98% of UVB.
Although this kids' UV-protection wetsuit provides protection from the sun, other factors such as reflections (from water, sand, etc.), heat, time of day, and so on, must be taken into account. Wearing this shorty does not exempt the wearer from following the relevant advice: wear sunglasses, regularly apply suitable sun cream, wear a hat, drink regularly, etc.
By recycling plastic bottles or used textiles to produce our polyester, we are reducing our use of petroleum-based resources while retaining the qualities and performance of the fabric during use.