Kookaburra Shade Sails - Protects you from the sun all day long
Woven shade sails are the most effective sail shades for offering maximum UV protection. The ultra-tight weave of the fabric has been independently tested to UPF34+ making these sail shades near impenetrable by sunlight. More than 96.5% of harmful UV rays are blocked out as a result.
Beautiful, useful and festive, perfect for adding decoration whilst bringing a little comfort to those (few but glorious) hot, hazy days outside.
Our 140G sail shades are lightweight, water resistant and ideal for short term outdoor use.
In warmer climates, sail shades are designed with small holes in the weave to allow hot air to escape and to keep it from getting too warm underneath the sail. However, with the British climate generally cooler than many countries and more prone to showers, a tighter weave is ideal. You can enjoy maximum UV protection and shelter from the rain without worrying about being uncomfortably warm beneath your sail shade.
GSM stands for Grams per Square Metre, and measures the weight of the fabric to give an indication of its thickness. The higher the GSM, the thicker the fabric.
UPF stands for Ultraviolet Protective Factor, it measures how much of the suns harmful rays are blocked out. This product has a novel weave structure and denier (related to thread count per inch), which produces sun protective properties.
This shade sail is available in these colours. Click on the name below to view it in specific colour.
"Very good value, the chickens were shaded well from the sun."
Reviewed Sunday, 2 September 2018
"Great and prompt service !"
Reviewed Friday, 9 March 2018
"very happy with item, good quality."
Reviewed Sunday, 2 July 2017
"Excellent quality product at good price"
Reviewed Saturday, 1 July 2017
"cover the area I wanted and two friends would order it. and the price, quality, colour very good."
Reviewed Wednesday, 24 August 2016
Reviewed Monday, 21 March 2016
Reviewed Sunday, 19 July 2015
"Very happy with quality of product"
Reviewed Tuesday, 18 March 2014