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Baby Legionnaire Sun Cap 100% Organic Cotton - UV60+ (6-12m)

Size Guide
Hot Pink (UV80)
Golden Yellow (UV60)
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This style "Tom" in size 48cm and 50cm only. Limited stock. Measure the child's head for best fit, age range is a guide only. See Pickapooh Hats for all hats from 48-56cm. 

Excellent Sun Protection with this Legionnaire style cap with ear flaps to protect little ears from the sun and wind and also provide a comfortable fit for the chin ties. Made from natural organic cotton with stretchy organic cotton knitted head band to stop it blowing off in windy weather as well as chin straps. Naturally UV rated due to the colour and weave of the fabric, Pickapooh hats are not treated with any chemical treatment to gain their high UV rating and are tested according to the UV standard 801. Read more about UV protection below. 

Sizes: (head circ. in cms):  48cm (6-12m), 50cm (9-24m)

Colours: Golden Yellow (UV60), Hot Pink (UV80)

Composition: 100% Organic Cotton
Made in Germany by Pickapooh

Care: Pickapooh hats can be machine washed at 30 degrees. Reshape and line dry. Do not tumble dry. Best to rinse in fresh water after going to the beach.

Dermatologists recommend covering up as second most important protective measure after staying out of the sun.
 To be protective, clothing needs to cover as much skin as possible and should fit loosely. A long-sleeved shirt and a wide-brimmed hat are far better than a T-shirt with a baseball cap. Stretched and/or wet fabrics may reduce the protective effect of fabrics dramatically.

Like in sunscreen the protective effect of clothing is known as the UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Factor). The UPF indicates how long - according to one‘s skin type - a person may stay out in full midday sun. See the recommended “Safe Times” table in the images.

Textiles tested according to the Australian standard have only been checked new and dry. Materials reaching an UPF of 40 according to this standard often only make for an UPF of 5 when re-tested according to UV standard 801, the strictest standard currently available.

Only the UV standard 801 tests fabrics under real-life conditions: wet, stretched and after multiple care cycles. The lowest UPF measured is indicated on the “UV protect” label and guarantees this protection level under any conditions.