Court Convertible Visor UPF 50+
UPF 50+ guaranteed
to block 98% of
UPF 50+ sun
never washes out
Control the court and your level of coverage during the game in our Court Convertible Visor sun hat. The zip-away crown allows you to choose between a UPF 50+ hat or visor without missing a single shot. The advantages of this athleisure sun visor cap don’t stop there—the anti-glare and “no impact zone” features work with your every move so you can stay focused on the game. Who knew a sun-safe hat could also be your secret weapon.
- UPF 50+
- Internal sweatband
- Hook and loop fastener adjustment tab at back of crown for customized fit
- "No impact zone" cutout in inner bill to protect forehead from any impact
- Laser cut side panels for ventilation
- Anti-glare under brim to reduce glare reflecting off surrounding surfaces
- Hand wash cold, line dry
Recommended for when you want to keep your cool and stay UPF 50+ sun protected while picking up the pace outdoors. Includes fitness, basketball, jogging, power walking, cycling, and other outdoor sports activities.
Not recommended for swimming, not chlorine and salt water resistant or water repellent.
- Approximate Circumference: 22 ½” (S/M), 23” (M/L), 24” (L/XL)
- Brim: 3”
Product Measurement in Inches:
|Hat Size||S/M||L/XL||XXL||One Size|
|Inches||22-22 ¾"||23-23 ⅝"||23 ¾-24 ¼"||22-22 ¾"|
How to Measure Your Head:
Measure your head exactly where your hat will be worn. Typically 1/8” above the top of your ears and around the widest part of your head.
1. Place the measuring tape around the back of your head and bring the ends together to meet at the center of your forehead.
2. As you measure, keep the tape comfortably snug but not too tight. Remember to keep the measuring tape straight, not twisted and parallel with the ground. Adjust as needed if you prefer wearing hats tilted back on your head.
3. Compare your measurement to our size chart above to select the best size for you. If you are between sizes, we generally recommend sizing up.
Tip: If you don't have a soft measuring tape, you can use a piece of string and a ruler. It can be helpful to use a mirror, or have a friend measure for you.