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- Shield your arms from the elements with the Outdoor Research® Sentinel Sun Sleeves.
- Forearm sleeves made of breathable, lightweight, moisture-wicking sleeves.
- Insect Shield® fabric is treated with Insect Shield® Permenthrin insect repellent. This helps repel mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, chiggers and the invisible guys with odorless protection.
- Solar Shield™ are made of UV-resistant fabrics constructed to protect you from exposure and harmful effects of intense sun.
- Silicone grip pads affixed to the palm area for added security.
- UPF 50+ rated products are made of UV-resistant fabrics with a minimum protection level of UPF 50.
- Materials: 91% polyester, 9% polyurethane.
- Width: 4 1⁄2 in
- Length: 19 in
- Weight: 1 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size L/XL. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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A company with deep roots in human powered adventure, Outdoor Research got its start in the garage of a dedicated mountaineer/physicist-turned-gear developer after faulty gaiters thwarted an attempt at summiting Denali. Experience spawned inspiration, and a revolutionary new gaiter solution was born. Nearly 30 years later, Outdoor Research continues its long tradition of creative innovation by carefully listening to the requests and feedback of its customers, ambassadors and employees, all who push boundaries within their sport.
Outdoor Research enthusiastically supports the outstanding conservation, access and educational efforts of a variety of organizations. Through stewardship and education, the wild lands that provide a playground of adventure for hikers, skiers, climbers, alpinists, paddlers, runners, and backpackers will be pristine and accessible for generations to come.