If you or someone you love has experienced skin cancer, you know the importance of staying covered when out in the sun. Yet you want to be cool and comfortable too.
The Solar Protective Factory (SPF®), based in Madison, Wisconsin, pioneered sun-protective fabric in the 1990s as a direct result of their personal experience with skin cancer.Their mission is to provide shirts, pants, hats, and swimwear that meet or exceed rigid U.S. standards -- blocking at least 97% of UV-light for up to 2 years of normal wear and tear (including washing and drying) -- and doing so at an affordable price.
As a testament to the effectiveness of their fabrics, SPF® has been selected by NASA to provide the fabric for sun-protective suits for children with the most severe UV allergies. Their 100% cotton t-shirts and outdoor clothing , with a UV rating equivalent to SPF 30+, is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation.
For more information or to shop online for protective clothing and sun screen products, visit: www.spfstore.com