Boys' Short Sleeve Colourblock Graphic Rash Vest

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£13.00 to £17.00

Colour
Age Range
  • Boy 1189
  • Little Boy 1188
  • Toddler 5
Size
  • UK:

    (US: 2T) 2T
  • UK:

    (US: 3T) 3T
  • UK:

    (US: 4T) 4T
  • UK:

    (US: S) S
  • UK:

    (US: M) M
  • UK:

    (US: L) L
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Little Boys' Short Sleeve Colourblock Graphic Rash Vest
Little Boys' Short Sleeve Colourblock Graphic Rash Vest
Little Boys' Short Sleeve Colourblock Graphic Rash Vest
  • Navy Swirl 4FL
  • Sharks UJL
  • Surfer SXR
UPF 50 sun protection they can wear
It's not easy keeping little ones protected from the sun, which is why our kids' rash vests are so cool. Lightweight and easy to wear they're the ultimate back-up to sunscreen, with a UPF 50 rating (the highest possible) that lasts the life of the garment, through lots of washing and exposure to sun and chlorine.
Features
  • Rash vest can be worn in/out of the water
  • UPF 50 protection blocks up to 98% of harmful UV rays
  • Stretchy fabric holds its shape when wet, dries quickly
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Short sleeves
  • 80% nylon/20% elastane (sleeves 82% nylon/18% elastane); Navy Swirl: 82% nylon/18% elastane (front panel 83% nylon/17% elastane)
  • Machine wash
  • Read more about our swimwear's UPF protection here

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Disgraceful

By Karen

from Swindon.

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Pros

    Cons

    • Poor Quality

    Best Uses

    • Casual Wear

    Comments about Boys' Short Sleeve Colourblock Graphic Rash Vest:

    I am absolutely disgusted with this item, my son wore this today on the beach on holiday and us burnt to a crisp. He can't sleep he's in so much pain and is currently on medication. He is red raw and as we have another 7 days here he won't be able to go out and enjoy the sun. We purchased his uv50 tops from Marks and Spencer last year for Mexico and had no problems at all. Please please if you worry about your child in the sun, don't buy these tops, my poor boy is suffering so much it's upset everyone, even the staff at the resort.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size
    • Comfort vs Style:
    • Comfort Driven

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