Pearl Izumi Sun Slvs, White,Large

January 26, 2020 - Comment

More fun, less sun. With increased UPF coverage and better durability, these updated sleeves give you up to UPF 50 even when stretched by 30 percent, delivering longer-lasting sun protection so you can safely pedal at the brightest times of day.

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(as of February 24, 2020 11:45 am EST - Details)

More fun, less sun. With increased UPF coverage and better durability, these updated sleeves give you up to UPF 50 even when stretched by 30 percent, delivering longer-lasting sun protection so you can safely pedal at the brightest times of day.

Comments

Anonymous says:

These are necessary if you are on a med that is a photosensitiser. I am on a medication that is a photosensitizer. My arms have to be covered, even on the hottest, sunniest day at 41-42 degrees latitude. Even a 50 Spf cream sunblock, alone, does not help my arms. I become ill and the dermatologist won’t tell me to stop a med that another M.D. has prescribed. I can feel the cool the moment I put them on, and they are 50 SPF and I can tell that helped somewhat. However, if a purchaser is photosensitive, slather a 50 SPF sunblock on your arms anyway. I realized…

Anonymous says:

Fit as expected, cool in the sun, rubber bands on upper side could be a bit more comfy Works great, an overall good fit, stays put, quite cool on a hot day and sweat wicks quickly. Only potential complaint (more like whining) is the rubber band on the upper end which holds the arm bands from slipping. I guess product folks decided this was a better way to go, but I did enjoy the older versions of these arm sleeves without the rubber band. Much more comfortable, and they also seemed to stay on since I usually slipped them under the jersey sleeves. AND they were easier to pull…

Anonymous says:

I wear them for work and the white is showing … I wear them for work and the white is showing evidence of that practice. Next pair will be black. Wish I had purchased these before the arms became sun damaged. I drive for a living.

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