Comfortable, breathable, and fashionable, the Simms SunGaiter keeps your neck and face completely protected from the sun's harmful rays. Anatomically designed to fit the curvature of your face and neck, the Simms SunGaiter features a longer cape for better coverage and laser-cut breathing holes that prevent fogging and overheating. Built using SolarFlex stretch fabric, the Simms SunGaiter is tall enough to fit over the back of a fishing cap and flexible enough to accommodate almost any head size. A must-have accessory for any angler, the Simms SunGaiter offers a stylish and lightweight way to get complete protection from harmful UV rays.
-UPF 50 sun protection
-Quick-dry SolarFlex stretch fabrics
-Laser-cut breathing holes
-Longer cape for better coverage
-Tall enough to fit over fishing caps
-One size fits most
Approximate Weight: 1.6oz
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Comments: I never leave the house without this. Arguably the best $30 I've spent. Has protected me from the sun all weekend with no burns whatsoever. Glasses rarely fog up. Well worth the $30 now compared to skin cancer when I'm 40
From: Alec: MA 7/12/15
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From: William: Thomaston, GA 3/28/15
Comments: I've tried all the other brands and so far the Simms one is the best. The best part is the extended neck cover. The holes up front help keep your glasses from fogging up too much , but it will still happen slightly.
From: Jaime: Murrieta, CA 3/28/15
Comments: The best sun guard I have found. It is the most comfortable and stays in place the best. the long neck with front and back tabs keeps it in place under a shirt. I fish and work in the outdoors wearing this all summer. Worth every penny.
From: Brent: IA 5/9/14