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5 Outdoor Activities that Eclipse® Sun Sleeves are Perfect For
“Eclipse® Sun Products are quickly becoming a necessity in outdoor wear and sun protection. The purpose of Sun Sleeves is to allow you to continue participating in the outdoor activities that you love without the constant worry about your health,” says Elise Champe, owner of Eclipse® Sun Products. “The Sleeves are designed to allow you full range of motion while protecting you from harmful UV rays.”
Sun Sleeves are perfect to wear during many activities, including:
Cycling. The Eclipse® Sun Products have an Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) of 50+, allowing cyclists to spend as much time as needed on their bikes without the fear of sun burning their arms and hands or increasing their risk of developing cancer.
Hiking. The Sun Sleeves were designed with a special quick dry technology, made to dry quickly while keeping your hands and arms cool. Perfect for rigorous exercise such as hiking.
Gardening. Eclipse® Sun Products are also machine washable, a great solution to those gardeners who want to get their hands dirty. Just wash and tumble dry to clean and restore the original properties of the fabric.
Golfing. All Eclipse® Sun Sleeves are fingerless, but cover the hands and arms. This allows you to have full range of motion while playing sports, such as golf, without the fear of slippery hands.
Driving. Everyone gets those tans on one side of your arm during long car trips with a harsh sun. Sun Sleeves are an easy way to prevent lopsided tans, overexposure and Cancer!
“Rather than wasting time and money putting on layers and layers of sunscreen, Sun Sleeves are an easy alternative,” affirms Champe. “For anyone who wants to take steps now to prevent ancer from developing, I’d highly recommend trying Sun Sleeves to allow you to spend as much time as possible outdoors.”
Eclipse® Sun Products, which include sun sleeves and sun gloves, are being used by many people who spend a lot of time outdoors, including golfers, drivers, hikers, and bikers. They are UPF 50+, fashionable, finger-free, and made from patented sun guard fabric. They are made of Spandex to provide a non-slip fit. They also provide moisture wicking and cooling. For more information, visit the site at www.eclipseglove.com.