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Poncho - éclipse
Kid's Sun Poncho
Poncho - éclipse
Poncho - éclipse
Kid's Sun Poncho
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Kid's Sun Poncho

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Loose fit. Falls at hips. Unisex.

 

It’s an after-swimming hoodie, replacing hooded towels for good.   Soft and comfortable, with side vents to keep them cool while protected from the sun. 

Your little can wear it hiking, biking, traveling ~ every day, everywhere there’s sun! 

Self-stowage pouch so it packs small and clips on to their backpack or a diaper bag.  

Skip the sunscreen chemicals, and choose our chemical-free hoodie instead! 

When you need sunglasses, your little needs our poncho (and sunsleeves ~ they also work on little ones legs!), too!

We recommend wearing the sun poncho beach cover-up with éclipse's children's Sun Sleeves

Loose fit. Falls at Hips

 

Questions about fit? Email us: sales@eclipseglove.com


Made in small batches by fairly paid workers here in Colorado.  Throw it in the washer and dryer when needed.  It's created for long-lasting comfort and durability, per our Circular Fashion pledge.


87% 37.5™ polyester, 13% spandex, thermoregulating UPF 50+ 


The activated particles in Cocona™/37.5™ fabric increase the surface area by up to 800%, resulting in outstanding evaporative cooling and UV protection. The climate control fabric retains warmth if you start cooling down or releases warmth if your core body temperature starts to rise. The sun protection never washes out.

A garment's greatest environmental impact comes from its care after being purchased. Wash only when necessary in order to save water.  

When needed, machine wash warm and tumble dry low. 


 

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