Perfect for an all day kayaking adventure, these UPF 50+ women's sun shirts for kayakers will protect you from harmful UV rays for hours. No need to coat your skin (your body’s largest organ!) in toxic sunscreens again! Not only will our sun shirts protect you from sunburn and reduce your risk for skin cancer, but they are made specifically for kayakers with cool kayak themed designs.
The Women’s UPF 50+ Sun Shirt for Kayaking is:
- UPF 50+ rated
- endorsed by the Skin Cancer Foundation
- moisture wicking to keep you cool and dry in the heat of the sun
- made without toxic chemical coatings like other brands of sun shirts
- designed with themes specifically for kayakers
to keep you on the water longer so you can explore further and enjoy the mental and physical health benefits of kayaking.
- spending money on expensive sunscreens
- reapplying greasy and toxic sunscreens throughout the day
- worry about sunburn
- worry about exposure to toxic chemicals found in most sunscreens
Quick Product Details:
- Made from Vapor Apparel fabric
- Zero toxic chemical additives like other brands
- Lightweight, comfortable, quick-drying & moisture-wicking
- Features raglan sleeve style
- Colors won't fade from exposure to harsh weather elements
- Features Kayak Jack logo on the front left chest and the back & the words ''Kayak Jack'' on the left sleeve
- Color: White
- Sizes: S to XL (True to size; women's sizing)
- 100% Microfiber Polyester
- UPF 50+ SPF UV protection
- Only brand recommended by Skin Cancer Foundation
*Seeking plus sizes for your kayak sun shirt? Many of our female customers purchase the same shirt in a men's version. (Including myself when I want a less form-fitting fit.) Check them out here: https://www.kayakjack.com/products/kayak-jack-mens-vapor-upf-spf-solar-long-sleeve-performance-shirt
Skin Cancer Foundation Seal of Approval
Kayak Jack's USA made performance shirts carry the skin cancer foundation seal of approval - meeting their criteria for effective UV sun protection.
To earn the Seal of Recommendation, a manufacturer must provide scientific data showing that its product sufficiently and safely aids in the prevention of sun-induced UV ray damage to the skin. The data is reviewed by a committee of photobiologists - experts in the study of the interaction between ultraviolet radiation and the skin.