IANTD Wreck T-Shirt Long Sleeve:
- Solar Long Sleeve Tee.
- Vapor® Micro Performance 4.1 oz 100% Microfiber.
- Featuring UPF +50, with PURE-Tech® moisture wicking technology.
- Lightweight and sure to keep the rays from penetrating.
- A loose fit, lightweight feel that allows for maximum mobility in athletic lifestyles.
CHEST SIZE CHART
Measure under the arm and around the fullest part of the chest with arms down, keeping tape horizontal.
- S: 39"-41"
- M: 42-44
- L: 45-47
- XL: 48-50
- 2XL: 51-53
- 3XL: 54-56
Proper care procedures optimize the life span of this high performance garment. Following these simple instructions will maximize the life of the garment's inherit wicking technology that is PURE-tech®:
- Do not use Dryer sheets of fabric softeners.
- Do not bleach.
- Do not dry clean.
- Tumble low.
We recommend using a minimum amount of laundry products when caring for your garment. Fabric softeners & other laundry products can be leave behind residues which clog the pores of these highly technical fibers, depreciating its moisture wicking capabilities over time, and scent-free detergents are strongly recommended.
By following these simple guidelines, you can ensure that PURE-tech® wicking technology will keep you dryer, longer.
Minor color shifts are common across monitors.
SKIN CANCER FOUNDATION
FIELD TESTED SUN PROTECTION CLOTHING
Vapor Apparel’s entire line of Solar shirts has earned The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Seal of Recommendation. This is another positive event for a product that is growing. Offered in an array of Certified colors, the Vapor Solar shirt is officially recognized as an effective UV protectant.
The Skin Cancer Foundation grants its Seal of Recommendation to products that meet the Foundation’s stringent and specific criteria for effective UV sun protection. The Seal program covers many categories of sun protection, each with its own specific standards. To earn the Seal of Recommendation, a manufacturer must provide scientific data showing that its product sufficiently and safely aids in the prevention of sun-induced damage to the skin. The data is reviewed by a committee of photobiologists - experts in the study of the interaction between ultraviolet radiation and the skin.