20% off sitewide with purchase of $100+ and/or Free Shipping with code TD20. Offer ends at Midnight CST on 11/27/17.
To receive an extra 20% off $100+ order, place selected items into the shopping bag and enter coupon code TD20 into the 'promo/coupon code' box at checkout. ($100+ is net of any discounts.)
To receive Free Standard Shipping w/ no minimum: Enter same coupon code TD20 into the 'promo/coupon code' box at checkout and select 'Standard' as your shipping method.
The extra 20% off sitewide with purchase of $100+ promo is not applicable to third party brands for sunscreen or eyewear.
Promotion cannot be applied to previous orders or combined with additional promotions or coupon codes.
Free standard shipping offer is available only in the U.S. and its territories. Please call with any questions 1-800-926-6509.
When you need advanced, all over UPF 50+ skin coverage, look for styles flagged with the Coolibar shield. This level of skin coverage is recommended by dermatologists to protect those with sun sensitivities, medical conditions, severe health considerations and young children with tender, delicate skin. Complete outfitting with Ultimate Protection styles covers up to 90% of skin, extending full-length skin coverage for arms, hands, faces, necks and legs.
HOW TO OUTFIT FOR ULTIMATE COVERAGE
After scalp and ear coverage, a long sleeve shirt that covers shoulders and extends over forearms and hand tops (when possible) provides strong upper chest and arm coverage. Look for thumbholes, longer cuffed sleeves, zippers that go to the top of the shirt collar, mock turtleneck or mandarin style collars where possible.
Backs of the legs, behind the knees and calves are often overlooked for coverage. Out of sight, out of mind. Sunscreens are not easily applied, applied too thinly or infrequently reapplied. As a result, full-length UPF 50+ pants are the only solution to ongoing coverage. Look for pants that come to your ankles, then wear socks or boots to cover skin on tops of feet.
The back of the neck is one of the most neglected skin areas. Hats with drapes provide shade and gaiters are a core part of ultimate coverage. Gaiters not only cover necks completely, they provide the added benefit of keeping you cooler on higher temperature days. Gaiters come in various sizes to accommodate men and women and have extra fabric to extend upward to cover lower face, chin and jawlines.
Ultimate skin coverage starts at the top with a hat that’s a 3” brim (minimum) to shade neck and ears. One of the most common places for skin cancer is on the human scalp. It’s also one of the least diagnosed. Under hair, there can be spots or tumors that can be cancerous. Start your family young. The inconvenience of wearing a hat is small in comparison to the benefits of protecting one’s self. This includes wearing a cap when swimming.
Hands are vulnerable to cumulative damage, sun sensitivities and cancer spots. UVA rays penetrate car windows, are the leading cause of aging and contribute to basal and squamous cell skin cancers. Complete Ultimate Skin Coverage with gloves that protect hands from the continued onslaught of UVA/UVB rays.
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