Tutublue, the sun-protective activewear brand, is unveiling a line of men's rash guards and full suits for Summer 2018. Tutublue, designed by California actress and entrepreneur Sarah Buxton, offers a full range of UPF50 apparel for adults and children pursuing outdoor activities with long or short exposure to the sun. The Tutublue collection is designed and made entirely in Los Angeles.
Ms. Buxton started Tutublue in 2015 after undergoing skin cancer treatment. She was featured in a 2016 episode of the ABC series "Shark Tank" and other top media outlets. The Tutublue line was also conceived as an environmentally-conscious product that helps reduce harmful chemicals from sunscreens from affecting eco-systems in the Earth's oceans and other bodies of water.
The Tutublue designs are strong, lightweight, breathable, comfortable, quick-drying and provide ultimate protection from the sun. The cut and construction support athletic activity while also creating a nice silhouette for all shapes and sizes, the company says. The collection offers long and short suits, zip up and pullover rash guards and swim leggings. The Tutublue products block out 97% of the sun's harmful rays.
Tutublue is currently growing its business and will expand into international markets this year. The products will soon be available at resorts and spas as well as island destinations.