As some of you may know that we live in the UK and the weather here is never really anything special but with that said, I still want my children to be well protect while playing out in the sunshine (or lack of).
While looking on the internet I recently found a company called Banz and I knew I have to give their hats a try.
These really are some of the best sunhat I have ever seen or used on my children. Not only do they have a large rim to cover the delicate skin on my children’s faces and necks but they also have an UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Factor) rating of 50+ and will block out more than 97.5% of UVA and UVB Rays.
They have a velcro closure in the back of the brim to allow easy adjustment for years of wear as the child grows and unlike many there UV hats (which are made from synthetic material) these are made 100% Poly-Cotton blend for breathability, quick drying and comfort.
Plus…they’re reversible…what more could you want!
The Baby Banz Inc. journey began in 2001 in Australia, one of the harshest UV climates in the world. One Australian’s search for a proper pair of ‘sunnies’ for his infant son, forced him to take action, leading to the inevitable development of the now popular Baby Banz sunglasses.
Baby Banz sells its products nationwide in a variety of outlets including optical and specialty baby stores. Baby Banz has not only made a name for itself in Australia, but across the globe as well. Baby Banz products can be found in countries such as United States of America, South Africa, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, England and New Zealand.
In an ever deteriorating UV climate, Baby Banz continues its journey, striving to preserve the sensitive eyes and precious skin of generations of little ones to come.
Baby Banz Inc. Australian headquarters are based in Perth WA with corporate offices in the United States of America and England.
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We really love these hats and I think Luke and Aelia do too!
Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. I was sent the product for an honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.