How do I wear it?
- Wear clothing of your choice underneath, apply sunblock or tanning lotion if desired, and go outdoors!
- Wear it in public or private. The SolFit is wind resistant, weatherproof, and waterproof to complement a range of lifestyles and activities. Crafted with stretchable comfort and durable quality, the SolFit can be everyday wear or the perfect gear for a bold adventure.
- Use SolTech+ apparel in low 40°S Fahrenheit or warmer.
- SolTech's UVTR technology keeps you comfortable in windy situations and in temperatures typically up to 30°F below your bare body’s comfort zone. Perfect for sunbathing in cool and windy weather.
- The SolTech+ is commonly worn with a bathing suit or workout attire underneath but some bold users have taken to wearing nothing under it in pursuit of the perfect tan. Fashion circles are gravitating to the new line because of its clean avant-garde design that pairs synergistically with a limitless spectrum of style.
How long to see results?
- Results depend on a range of environmental conditions. Results are typically seen within hours and even less than an hour during optimal weather conditions.
- SolTech+ and its UVTR technology relies on pure UV rays from the sun, allowing you to absorb up to 80% of the sun’s UV rays. Users can apply sun block or tanning lotion, depending on desired results. While Soltech+ enables users to deal with the hardships of limited sun exposure, excessive amounts of sun exposure can be risky.
- The product does not contain a sunscreen and does not fully protect against sunburn. Repeated exposure of unprotected skin while tanning may increase the risk of skin aging, skin cancer, and other harmful effects to the skin even if you do not burn.
- Excessive amounts of sun exposure can lead to sunburns and health risk. Similar to normal sunbathing, wear sun block if desired, monitor your exposure, and sunbathe responsibly.
- SolFit is ideal for cool and windy days. It is designed with a lightweight fabric that keeps users cool in warm weather and warm in cooler climates.