Excellent UV-Protection – TÜV approved. For the first time in Germany TÜV Rheinland and iQ-UV have tested clothing for for day-to-day use. iQ-UV has also continuously optimised it over many years of intensive research and development. All products meet the highest Australian-New Zealand standards (AS/NZS 4399:2017) UPF 50+ excellent UV-Protection. At the same time, the UV products are tested and certified according to UV Standard 801 by the Hohenstein Institute.
UV-Schutzkleidung ist der nachhaltigste Sonnenschutz. Jedes IQ-UV Shirt verkleinert den Plastikmüllberg um bis zu 40 Sonnencreme Tuben und spart gegenüber Baumwolle tausende Liter wertvolles Frischwasser. Unsere umweltfreundlichen Materialien enthalten keinerlei schädliche Substanzen, die bei der Produktion ins Abwasser geraten können. Wir fertigen unsere Stoffe und nähen unsere Kleidung zu fairen Arbeitsbedingungen in Frankreich, Italien, Polen und Portugal. Nachhaltig und Fairness liegt uns am Herzen.
Sustainability – Made in Europe. iQ-UV is committed not only to skin protection but also protects the environment. We produce in Europe, we ensure short transport distances and we use recycled raw materials for our products. An unbeatable carbon footprint is the payoff that also gives our customers a peace of mind every time they make a purchase.
Safety in compliance with the EU regulations. This is a certified sun protection product from IQ-UV that complies with the European PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Regulation (EC) 2016/425 and fulfils the standards EN ISO 13688:2013 and EN 13758-2:2003+A1:2006 and AS/NZS 4399:2017.
Oeko-Tex Standard 100. Our products are guaranteed free of harmful substances, as we only use materials that are completely free of pollutants. All iQ-UV 300 products meet the requirements of the OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 in the highest test class and are therefore approved for babies and toddlers. This makes our clothing ideal for the youngest children, because they are particularly vulnerable to UV radiation.
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