Eclipse Sun Sleeves that cover the backs of hands and arms

Eclipse Sun SleevesDescription:

UPF 50+ fingerless sun sleeves covering the hands and arms. Fabric technology is wicking and cooling the spandex component prevents the sleeves from slipping. Seamless comfort can fit under other gloves. Sun sleeves can be used while golf, cycling, gardening, hiking and more.

sun sleevesWhen I heard of Sun Sleeves I knew this was a product I wanted for my friend. My friend was in a really bad fire a year ago and his legs and arms got burnt really bad. His skin is really sensitive to the heat and sun light. With Sun Sleeves my friend is able to enjoy being outside now that the weather is nice. The day I got the Sun Sleeves it was such a nice day we were all outside grilling and hanging out in the yard. My friend put them right on and wore them all day long. He likes that they feel like there is nothing on. Plus they kept his arms cool. We all got red from the sun but he was protected. My husband now wants a pair for when he rides his motorcycle or goes fishing. My friend still is wearing the Sun Sleeves daily and is so happy that I was able to get them. You can buy Sun Sleeves on Amazon or check out the store locator.

Sun Sleeves in use

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wearing Sun Sleeves

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2 thoughts on “Eclipse Sun Sleeves that cover the backs of hands and arms

  1. I have to stay covered up, I wear my sleeves longs enough they cover my hands, and a high neck. This looks interesting!

  2. My son is an avid outdoors man. He loves fishing and being outside in the sun but I do worry about him having too much sun exposure because of this. These would be really good for him to wear because we live in a very sunny, arid climate and I worry about his long-term exposure to the sun. Thanks for the review :)

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