SanSoleil Golf Apparel – Sun Protection and a Whole Lot More


SanSoleil is best known for their sun protection golf apparel, particularly long sleeve polos and outerwear pieces. The biggest difference between SanSoleil’s sun protection and other companies is that SanSoleil’s UV 50+ protection is part of the fabric and will never wash away. Many of the pieces in the SanSoleil collection are available in a wide array of bright, vibrant colors and fun prints such as Americana, Golf Cart Blue, Carlyle Pink, Snow Leopard Capri,  Lady Luck Red, and Cosmos Blue just to name a few.

The technology that goes into SanSoleil’s golf apparel goes way past sun protection. Their SolStyle Cool Fabric is ultra-lightweight and most often found in women’s garments. It’s a high performance cooling fabric that reduces skin temperature by 3-5°.  SolStyle Cool is used in a number of SanSoleil garments including the SunGlow 13 Inch Skort. This lightweight, breathable skort features a pull on design with a stretch comfort waistband and built-in stretchy shorts. There’s 2 zippered front pockets, a back zippered pocket, and a side leg on-seam zip pocket. The Sunglow 13 Inch Skort is available in sizes XS – XL and in several eye-catching colors and prints.

On the Men’s side there’s SolSport Cool which reduces body temperature by up to 5%! The Men’s SolSport Button Print Polo is sewn from SanSoleil’s newest fabric. In addition to the cooling properties, this short sleeve polo also offers tremendous stretch and athletic mesh inserts. The garment is extraordinarily light and easy care. It’s available in sizes S – 2XL and in several colors and prints. It’s also available in long sleeves with a button or zipped collar.

Another SanSoleil cooling fabric is their SolTek ICE which is used in their Long Sleeve Mock Polo. It combines Super Cool Nylon with mesh inserts and quick cool technology to create the most comfortable golf fabric available! Since SolTek ICE has enhanced stretch for a more athletic fit, garments tend to run a half to full size smaller than other SanSoleil garments. The SolTek ICE Long Sleeve Mock Polo is available in sizes XS – XXL and in a number of colors.

The SolCool Sleeveless Mock offers moisture-wicking, quick-dry, and cooling ventilation along with UPF 50 Protection. The mock collar stand adds extra protection for the back of the neck. This sleeveless garment features a mock collar and zippered placket These sleeveless tops are great for sports that require fabrics that move and are lightweight for exertion in the sun’s heat. These SolCool Tops are available in sizes XS – XXL and in a number of colors and prints. The Americana print features an American Flag across the front.

When you want to relax away from the course, the SunGlow Relaxed Tee is the perfect garment for lounging around outdoors. The SunGlow fabric is soft, lightweight, and breathable with quick-dry properties; it’s naturally wrinkle-free and has a luxurious hand feel. SunGlow has a subtle sheen, is wonderfully rich and supple. It’s great for activities that require a fabric that moves with you and is lightweight for exertion in the sun’s heat. PS. It also looks great over a bathing suit. The SunGlow Relaxed Tee is available in sizes XS to XXL and in several colors.

This is just a small sample of what SanSoleil has to offer for the upcoming golf season. You can see the entire line at

David Theoret

David Theoret has been in the golf and golf travel industry for over 12 years, primarily selling online advertising. For the past seven years, he has also been a golf writer, reviewing golf courses, resorts, destinations, equipment, golf apparel, and training aids – the latter of which never seems to help. What started as a dream years ago, by God’s grace, became a reality in 2015 when The Golfin’ Guy editorial marketing company was founded. Working together with golf course designer Ron Garl; David’s articles and reviews have been posted on many golf travel, equipment, and apparel websites.

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