Cycling and suncreen

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Mububban
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Re: Cycling and suncreen

Postby Mububban » Fri May 19, 2017 11:23 pm

I wear UV sleeves on my arms that I bought for playing golf. They're skin tight and wick sweat away and don't need to be reapplied :)

Otherwise Cancer Council 50+ for my legs and face/neck
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Re: Cycling and suncreen

Postby TheWall » Sat May 20, 2017 6:52 am

+1 for the arm sun protectors. You get a little warmer than no sleeves (solved by wetting them and then you get a distinct cooling effect on the hotter days) but on the flip side they are also great for the slightly cooler days where a long sleeve jersey is too much.

I have a Castelli set from my LBS.

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Re: Cycling and suncreen

Postby DaveQB » Tue Jun 20, 2017 12:55 am

Mububban wrote:I wear UV sleeves on my arms that I bought for playing golf. They're skin tight and wick sweat away and don't need to be reapplied :)

Otherwise Cancer Council 50+ for my legs and face/neck


You can also get leg UV sleeves btw
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