The summer solstice, June 21, is technically the first day of summer, and it boasts the most daylight of any day of the year. But since it’s already past mid June, we’re betting you’ve been seeing some sun already, and so has your skin.
No problem, we all need a little sun for our moods, for the vitamin D, and for the activity that gets us out under that big ol’ ball of light in the first place.
But too much sun is too much of a good thing. Days that are longer means sun that is stronger, so cue your tech-savvy wardrobe that’s designed to keep you looking good and performing well, while blocking those UV rays from reaching your skin.
The welding-tape contrast stripe on the shoulder and the snap placket add a bit of of modern edge to this otherwise traditional polo. These details are subtle enough to grab this shirt in a couple different colors.
Our lightest-weight jacket sports a flattering cut and sporty striping down the arms, and will keep your swing smooth on those brisk mornings.
When early morning tee times have a nip in the air, grab this light layer to get you through those first few holes. Plus, long sleeves mean more sun protection as you cruise the links.
VIRTUE ECO PIQUE RECYCLED POLO
If performance, super-soft comfort, and sun protection are on your wish list, look no further: this will be your go-to polo on and off the course.
Add a little zing to your polo collection with the Friday Harbor: thin, two-color stripes make this a
A fusion of comfort and fashion, these shorts have a slight stretch for ease of movement, while the flat front gives a streamlined fit.
Flattering lines and moisture-wicking hidden shorts means this skort can go from the course to the restaurant so you can make the most of your day out.
Take advantage of warm weather by baring your arms. Tonal microstripes add a nice touch to wrinkle-resistant, high-UPF fabric.
Staying sun safe doesn’t mean you have to stay inside: make sure you’re well-equipped for all your outdoor activities with UPF shirts, shorts, pants, and light outer layers.