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The Importance of Sun Protection!
Sun protection is important for everyone, but anglers, who spend hours in the sun chasing fish, need to be especially aware of avoiding over-exposure, Prolonged exposure to UV rays can lead to a number of skin concerns, including premature aging due to the breakdown of collagen and elastin; dry, dehydrated or burnt skin; dark spots; and skin cancer.
How To Protect Your Skin?
The right accessories will help you stay protected from the sun. When you go fishing, don’t forget to bring along your sunglasses to protect your eyes and the skin around them. You should also look for a wide-brimmed hat that can protect your face and neck. Light-fabric fishing gloves are another great choice, That's why Booms Fishing introduced the Half Finger Guide Glove.
Please allow 0.4-0.8inches (1-2cm) differences due to manual measurement, thank you.
Wash with like colors; Don't use fabric softener; Use mild detergent only; Keep away from a fire.
Please keep it in a dry place after use.
Good for any type of outdoor sport to protect your hands from sunburn, skin toughening and aging, reducing the chances of precancerous skin lesions and melanomas
Made of 100% microfiber fabric and elastane, the gloves are moisture wicking, lightweight, quick-drying, stretchy, breathable and provide UPF50+ sun protection, It will block 97%-99% of the sun’s harmful UVA and UVB rays
The fingerless design gives anglers full usage of their fingertips, and the extra-long wrist design provides additional sun protection for the wrists where the sleeves of your shirt won't reach
Microfiber leather on key contact points on the palm which provides superior abrasion resistance and sure grip. Both wrist pull and finger-tip pull make it easy to wear or remove even when the gloves are wet
UV protection factor does not wash off or wear off when the glove is wet, The breathable elastane fabric will always retain its sun protectiveness and making it suitable for people with possible skin cancer issues