Built for Ultimate Sun Protection - BUFF® CoolNet UV+™ Multifunctional Headwear is 95% recycled - engineered with REPREVE® performance microfiber, HeiQ cooling technology, Polygiene® odor control and has a 4-Way, seamless, ULTRA STRETCH fabric construction that features UPF 50+ sun protection. BUFF® CoolNet UV+™ Multifunctional Headwear is approved and recommended by The Skin Cancer Foundation. Can be worn 12 different ways - from cap to balaclava, neck gaiter to hair tie.
Whether he's fly fishing in Montana, Alaska or the Florida Keys, renowned contemporary artist Derek DeYoung captures the beauty of his adventures in his rich, colorful and sought after paintings. “When painting fish, I try to capture all the intricacies they possess; their scales, patterns, dimension and texture. When chest deep in a river, I'm not just chasing fish, I'm searching for a magical experience or vision that will inspire me, and raise my paintings to a higher level.
- Features licensed Derek DeYoung artwork
- 95% recycled REPREVE® performance microfiber
- HeiQ cooling technology
- Polygiene® odor control
- UPF 50+ sun protection*
- Recommended by The Skin Cancer Foundation**
- 4-Way ULTRA STRETCH
- 12 + ways to wear
- 100% seamless
- 95% REPREVE® Polyester made from recycled water bottles
- 5% Elastane
Polygiene® Active Odor Control
Neutralizes odor and stops the growth of odor causing bacteria and fungi. "Wear more, wash less!"
- Hand or machine wash in warm water with mild soap
- Do not use fabric softeners
- Do not bleach
- Do not machine dry
- Do not iron*UPF 50+
Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) measures the amount of UV radiation that penetrates a fabric and reaches your skin. A fabric rated with a UPF of 50 will allow only 1/50th of the sun’s UV rays to pass through. In other words, it blocks 49/50ths or 98% of the UV radiation. UPF 50+ is the highest possible rating. Samples of fabrics have been tested for UV protection by LEITAT—Textile Technology Institute in accordance with the standard AS/NXS4399:1996 "Sun protective clothing--Evaluation and Classification."
**The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends this fabric as an effective UV protectant only for covered areas.