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SanSoleil creates many wonderful UV 50 designs. This search box enables a quick view of items or categories.

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Type "Mock," and all our wonderful zip mock tennis and golf tops will be featured. Type Polo, all our Golf polos, both button and zip.

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A Simple Guide to Sun Protection while Traveling

UV and UVB rays cause sunburns and skin cancer by damaging skin's cellular DNA. One bad sunburn in your youth, or five burns any time in your life, more than doubles your chance of developing melanoma later in life ( There are several types of UV rays created by the sun. The two of most concern are UVA and UVB rays.

UVA (long-wave): Can penetrate clouds and untreated glass, and impact skin more deeply than UVB. Can cause aging of the skin and wrinkles and weaken the immune system, as well as contribute to skin cancer.

UVB (short wave): Can penetrate clouds, but not glass. The main cause of sunburns, and can contribute to skin aging and cancer, as well as weaken the immune system. Most dangerous between 10 am and 4 pm.


Depending on where you live or travel, the sun can have a greater impact on skin. The below factors all increase UV intensity, requiring more protection to keep skin safe. Adapt to your destination, and be sure to take these into account when packing.

Staying Protected: Clothing vs. Sunscreen

Sun Protective Clothing

UPF: Ultraviolet Protection Factor

UPF is used to rate the sun protectiveness of a fabric. Unlike SPF, UPF applies to both UVA and UVB rays. Ratings run from UPF 5-50, with 8 being the rating for an average cotton white t-shirt.

Constant Protection

With sun protective clothing, as long as the fabric covers your skin you are protected all day long. The more intense the sun, the higher the rating you should wear, especially if you will be out for an extended period of time.


A cotton t-shirt is rated between UPF 5-8, meaning it allows up to 20% of UV radiation to reach skin. According to the UPF standard, no rating below 15 can be called 'sun protective'.

Traditional Sunscreen

SPF: Sun Protection Factor

SPF rates effectiveness against UVB (burning) rays. Unless it says Broad Spectrum, it likely doesn't stop UVA rays, which cause skin cancer. Currently, there is no accepted rating system for UVA.


Apply a shot glass full at least 20 minutes before going outside. Reapply every two hours, (more when in the water, sweating, or using a towel). Applying a smaller amount less often decreases SPF rating. (Source:


With current security measures in airports, it isn't easy to travel with a bottle of sunscreen, and it is often more expensive at your destination.

Questions about safety

Many questions face sun protective lotions.

The FDA has begun to address these issues.

See related articles on this page for more information.

Isn't All Clothing Sun Protective?

All clothing offers some degree of protection. When the sun's rays hit fabric, some of the energy is changed to heat. This converted energy is no longer dangerous to skin. The UPF rating, similar to SPF for sunscreen, determines the amount of UV rays that a garment can block.

The higher a fabric's UPF rating (15-50), the better protected you are. The rating equates to the percent of UV rays that pass through the fabric. SanSoleil sun protective clothing all carry UPF 50 rating, blocking 99% of the sun's harmful rays.

Coverage vs. Protection

Clothing manufacturers have many ways of improving the protectiveness of garments. Thanks to the following fabric characteristics, lightweight and breathable clothes can also provide high levels of defense.

Fabric weave

The tightness of the fabric decreases space between the fibers that UV rays can pass through.

SanSoleil sun protective fabrics use very tight weaves, along with wicking, quick dry and cooling to ensure perfect comfort and protection.


Contrary to popular belief, color does not have a strong effect on sun protection.

Fabric Type

Different materials are better at deflecting the sun, such as polyester and nylon, thanks to their molecular structure.

Most natural fibers have minimal UV protection and need added treatments to be more protective.

Fabric Treatments

Garments may have added chemical finishes to increase UPF. These treatments are not harmful to skin, but may lose some effectiveness over the lifetime of the garment.

SanSoleil sun protective clothing is created with exclusive fabrics which utilize internal UV-UPF functions.

SanSoleil sun protective clothing sun protecting is eternal. It will last the life of the garment.

Got you covered, comfortably.

SanSoleil sun protective clothing is created from the finest fabrics, and combines the newest technologies with sport oriented design elements.

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SanSoleil creates the finest sun protective clothing for men and women. Our goal is simple: Design the best UV 50 Golf, Tennis and Equestrian clothing. SanSoleil garments are extremely light weight, wick perspiration from the skin, dry quickly, reduce body temperature and offer UV / UPF 50 sun protection.

Women Golfers, Women Tennis Player and Women Equestrian Riders all rave about their SanSoleil tops. To see their comments go here: "Notes from Friends."

Men Golfers and Men Tennis Players are discovering the benefits of SanSoleil Sun Protection. Professional Golfers Adam Scott, Rory Sabbatini, Tom Kite, JC Snead and Arnorld Palmer have all experienced skin cancer.

For more information on Sun Protection and Sun Protective apparel for golf, tennis, equestrian and swim go to: SanSoleil Sun Protective Facts

SanSoleil's newest fabric, SolCool was created specifically for men golfers and tennis players.See "SolCool" for more information.

SanSoleil creates several sport specific fabrics with UV 50 protection. To understand the benefits of these exclusive SanSoleil fabrics go here: SanSoleil Technical UV 50 Fabrics.

SanSoleil will continue to lead the development of new mens and womens sun protective apparel. Please feel free to email with questions.