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Hike 500 Children’s Hiking Hat - Blue

Regular Price: € 4.60 -61%

€ 1.80

Designed for protects aspiring hikers against the sun!

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SKU: S168708 (2191281)
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Product benefits
  1. Sun protection
    Its component blocks at least 98% of UVB and 95% of UVA (UPF 50+).
  2. Quick drying
    The cotton and polyester blend allows rapid drying.
Product feature
  1. Sun protection
    The fabric offers the best protection from the sun: choose long sleeves, trousers and hats with wide edges. Attention, simply wearing a T-shirt is not adequate protection: the thickness of the fabric, the density of the weave and even the colour can impact the rate of UV filtered. The label UPF 40+/ 50+ guarantees compliance with European standards. A UPF 40+ rating means that 97.5% of rays are blocked out, 50+ that more than 98% of rays are blocked out.
  2. Durability of the components
    Abrasion and friction resistance test: we check in particular with tests carried out in a laboratory that the fleece doesn’t pill. Colour retention test: the quality of dyes is checked to ensure that no staining is possible in contact with saliva. Ageing test: repeated washing must not affect the properties of the fabric, its behaviour, thickness or appearance.
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Main fabric : 100.0% Cotton Inner fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
  2. Approved by
    Our young teams of testers based at the foot of Mont Blanc and our Research and Development laboratory, which is responsible for selecting the best components.
  3. Storage advice
    Store folded in a clean and dry place.
  4. Product information
    A hiking hat with UPF 50+ components and wide rim for maximum protection against the sun.
  5. Lab tested
    Our design team is based at the foot of Mont-Blanc, in Haute-Savoie (France). All year round, we create and develop products that are appealing, simple and technologically advanced. These are then ruthlessly tested in the field, as we remain convinced tha