AFN Sun Protection Gloves
AFN Sun Gloves protect the backs of your hands from developing sun burn, sun spots and other more dangerous skin trauma that can turn deadly over time. Back in the day when sunshine could only be good for you, there was little concern for covering up. After a lifetime of fishing in the hot Aussie sun, your grandfather probably wishes that they had have known what we do now about the damage harmful UV rays can do to our skin and health. Covering up from the sun’s rays is now considered critical and your hands need protection as much as any other part of your body where skin is likely to be exposed.
Think about it. You’re fishing in the hot sun. You’re doing your best to keep any sunscreen away from your hands so it doesn’t end up on your fishing equipment, lures and bait in particular. Thing is however, your hands bask in the sun all day long, unprotected and fully exposed. At best, your hands get sun burnt. At worst, over time, your get some nasty developments on the backs of your hands that can serious consequences for your health. The AFN sun Gloves are UPF 50+ protection for your hands and perfect for fishing. They’re also useful hand protection while cycling, hiking and working around the yard.
These sun protection gloves feel fantastic and the flexible non-slip construction imparts a feeling of sturdy confidence into your grip. They are a skin tight fit and the fingers are open so you maintain total dexterity. The AFN sun protection gloves are accessibly priced so you can fit out a family of anglers, keep them sun safe and spend the change on some new lures. The AFN sun Gloves are hot property, get a set or two.
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AFN sun Gloves are a must have for the sun wise angler. You know a day holding a rod in the sun sees your hands bombarded with UV. Cover up, stay sun safe. Get a set of AFN sun protection gloves for every angler in your family. They should be considered essential kit.