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Molo - UV swimsuit for children - Neka - Skateboard print

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Well protected and comfy, your child will be ready for the sun in this UV swimsuit by Molo. Its cool skateboard pattern stands out from the rest and gives your child that much-loved casual look at the beach. UV-rays are effectively absorbed or reflected by the special fabric, which has been tested and approved with a UPF40 rating. Molo's swimwear feels light and non-restrictive to wear, as it is very stretchy and the flat seams don't cause any skin irritations. This swimsuit is also easy to put on or take off, thanks to the long zipper in the front, which comes with a little fabric protection to not scratch the child's chin. For the complete look, combine this swimsuit with Molo's skateboard print UV bucket hat or sun cap!

Since 2003 Molo has been around as a kids fashion brand, but they keep surprising us with fresh new collections to appeal to younger and older kids alike. Instead of taking adult fashion and making it child appropriate, Molo designs clothes that kids actually enjoy. Tapping into children's imagination and playfulness, their clothing features colourful and creative prints that will let children express their personality freely. As Molo strives for sustainability, the company has implemented a code of conduct inspired by the 10 Principles of UN Global Compact. According to those, Molo makes sure its employers and suppliers respect human rights and take an eco-friendly approach to the production process, to protect human health and the environment.

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Product Details
Article number8S19P505-4782

Attributes General

Attributes General
For whoBaby, Boy
Material - MainPolyester
Uv-ProtectionUPF40 - 97,5% UV protection
Washing instructionCold machine wash, no dryer
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