Sun Protection Blanket Stone Grey - UPF 50+

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The soft and lightweight UV blanket offers UPF 50+ sun protection, blocking over 98% of the sun’s harmful UV rays.

Why we love it? It has 2 snap buttons, so you can wear it so many ways! Here are some examples:
- Safe Stroller Cover – maintaining sufficient airflow and avoid overheating
- Buggy blanket
- Carrier cover - protecting against sun and wind!
- Feeding cover
- Cape around your little one’s shoulders – ideal after swimming
- Snuggle Blanket, the soft and lightweight fabric makes the perfect summer blanket

Size: One size

Pickup available at Porto, Portugal

Usually ready in 24 hours

Fabric Specifications
  • 52% Organic cotton
  • 43% viscose van Bamboo
  • 5% Elastane
Clean and Care
  • Machine wash cold
  • Do not bleach
  • Warm iron if desired
  • Do not iron leather label
Size: One size
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Certified UPF50+ Protection

UPF measures the amount of UV radiation that can penetrate the fabric and reach the skin.

Endless uses, without overheating

Use it as a safe stroller cover, buggy blanket, carrier cover, snuggle blanket

Soft and Lightweight

To keep our kids comfortable when they are on the move!

Why clothing with UPF50+  protection?

Clothing is the most effective form of protection against sun radiation, because it can block harmful UV radiation. But did you know that not all clothing protects equally?

Always look for clothing rated UPF 50+, which means that only 2% of UV is able to penetrate the fabric. UPF 50+ clothing not only has excellent sun protection rating for clothing but also incorporates functional design that provides better skin coverage and fabrics which are comfortable to wear in hot, sunny conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

After playing in the water, should I take off the clothing to dry?

No, you can (and should!) keep always keep them on! The purpose of clothing with sun protection is to be used when it is dry or wet. Even wet, sun protection clothing blocks 98% of ultraviolet rays. It only takes a few minutes for the clothes to dry and kids can safely continue on their adventures!

Should I use UPF 50+ clothing only when I’m at the beach?

Ultraviolet rays are not just present at the beach or pool. They are also present in our daily lives, in school playgrounds, on walks in the park, on bike rides and in other outdoor activities. Therefore, it is very important that parents never forget about sun protection for children at all times.

Do I need sunscreen under UPF 50+ clothing?

No! Since UPF 50+ clothing blocks 98% of the sun’s rays, you don’t need to apply sunscreen underneath the UV clothing. You should always apply sunscreen in the body parts not covered by the clothing. Don’t forget to wear your favorite sun hat and sunglasses to enjoy the sun safely!

Does UPF 50+ clothing sun protection expire?

The effectiveness of our the fabrics is attested by the UPF 50+ certification, so it doesn’t lose protection after washes, nor after playing with water or activities that make kids sweat. All products block 98% of ultraviolet rays. In addition, the fabric is resistant to salt and chlorine. To take good care for the pieces, we recommend rinsing them under running water after use and drying them in the shade.

Do UPF shirts keep you cool?

Yes, our selection of certified UPF 50+ sun protection clothes are breathable and lightweight, to keep you cool even in hot, sunny conditions. The fabrics are soft, lightweight and recycled, made from waste found in the ocean, such as plastic bottles and regenerated fishing nets. They were designed to keep our kids comfortable, so the zippers are protected and the seams do not scratch!

Fast Deliveries

Shipping in 48 hours to Portugal and 72 hours to Europe and the UK. More information in our Shipping Policy.

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