Adams Headwear

Adams - Extreme Condition Hat

$34.99
XCM101 - KHAKI
Size: Adjustable
Color: Khaki with Black Trim

Adams - Extreme Condition Hat

For people who spend long hours outside in direct sunlight, we offer the Extreme Condition Hat from Adams Headwear. This hat features UPF 50+ material and a long neck flap that shades your skin from UV rays — ideal for long hikes, fishing trips, yard work and other activities with high sun exposure. This hat gives you maximum sun protection wherever you go, in your choice of five different color combinations.

Stay Protected With the Extreme Condition Hat

This extreme condition hat with a neck flap is ideal for extensive outdoor activities. Whether you need extra sun protection for gardening or you're looking for an extreme condition hat to add to your outdoor work attire, you can find what you need at Hats Unlimited. The Adams Extreme Condition Hat offers UPF 50+ sun protection material made from 70% cotton and 30% nylon. This hat features a 3" brim and a cotton crown that can form up to 5".

Features of this innovative hat include:

  • A cool cotton inner lining
  • Two grommets per side
  • Water, oil and stain repellent material
  • UPF 50+ rating
  • Mesh venting for crown portion
  • An adjustable cord that allows the hat to fit most sizes
  • A design that provides optimal shade

The next time you set out on an outdoor adventure, make sure you have the proper sun and heat protection. Purchase the Adams Extreme Condition Hat and enjoy maximum sun protection. 

Order a UPF 50+ Hat Today

As a family-owned and operated business, we're here to serve you with a wide selection of hats, including extreme condition hats. Our friendly team can help connect you with the right hat for your needs and style preferences. 

Size: Adjustable
Color: Khaki with Black Trim

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Contact Information

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What is UPF?

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What Is UPF?

Whether you're out in the sun all day or only on occasion, protection from harmful UV rays is paramount. People are increasingly turning to ultraviolet protection factor clothing, as it helps prevent sunburns and the long-term effects of prolonged sun exposure, including sunspots, premature wrinkles and skin cancer.

In this guide, we'll discuss the definition of UPF and UPF clothing and examine how it compares to the better-known SPF standard. We'll also talk about the benefits of wearing one of the most popular UPF clothing items — hats.

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Benefits of UPF

UPF is to clothing what sun protection factor is to sunscreen — it indicates the fraction of UV light that can penetrate a fabric. For instance, a 25 UPF rating means the fabric lets in 1/25, or 4%, of the UV radiation, and a garment with a UPF rating of 50 lets in 1/50, or 2%, of the UV radiation. 

The UPF clothing industry has seen remarkable growth in recent years, expanding from mainly practical items to a wider variety of attractive, everyday clothing styles. UPF clothing is now available in thousands of designs by dozens of companies, all of which use treated fabrics, tighter weaves or both to block UV rays more effectively. Some clothing manufacturers specialize in UPF apparel, including Coolibar, UV Skinz and Mott50. Other well-known brands, like Athleta and Uniqlo, also offer UPF items now. 

This surge in popularity is partly due to frustrations with sunscreen, which include its uncomfortable greasy feeling, the need to apply it frequently and the risk it may pose to aquatic life. Over recent decades, consumers have become more aware of the dangers of extended exposure to sunlight, which has also contributed to the growing popularity of SPF clothing. 

Testing 

UPF protective clothing, like sunscreen, undergoes testing at independent laboratories, but UPF testing is currently not a requirement. Generally, companies that manufacture and sell UPF items in the United States follow complementary standards established by the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists and ASTM International, formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials. Clothing tags will often say the items have a UPF rating, but will not mention whether they have met those standards specifically.  

If the tag includes a Seal of Recommendation from the Skin Cancer Fou