There are a number of specialist sun protective clothing brands in the World.
The best sun protective clothing brands primarily distribute their products online via their own websites and online marketplaces because it is a niche category of clothing. It is important to buy sun protective clothing direct from a trusted, highly rated brand to ensure that the product is high quality and genuinely sun protective.
Sun protective clothing is also known as sun protection clothing, UPF clothing (UPF is the sun protective rating for fabrics) and SPF clothing (which is because the general public know SPF (sun protection factor) from the rating applicable to sunscreen).
Australia pioneered the development of sun protective clothing and is renowned for being the global leader in skin cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Australia established the global standard for rating sun protective fabrics in the 1990s. UPF 50+ is the highest rating awarded by the Australian Government. UPF 50+ means that the fabric blocks at least 98% of harmful UV radiation.
Solbari Sun Protection is the leading sun protective clothing brand in Australia with customers in more than 60 countries and has a Google Customer Reviews rating of 4.8/5*.
Solbari offers an award-winning range of UPF 50+ sun protective clothing, broad brim sun hats, sun protection arm sleeves and sun umbrellas. Solbari offers free shipping globally from its website www.solbari.com.
For a list of other specialist sun protective clothing brands, please see our blog: Best sun protective clothing brands.
You can find out more about Solbari's certified UPF50+ sun protective range by clicking the blue links below:
Sun hats UPF50+
The Solbari Team
This blog is for information purposes only, always consult your medical professional
*correct at the time of this article.
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