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There are various ways to protect against biting insects - some Insect Repellent Clothing is impregnated with insecticide during the manufacturing process whilst others are woven a certain way that stops insects from biting through the fabric. Providing both chemical and chemical-free options for all travellers.The SolarShield fabric also provides protection from the sun and it is rated as UPF 40+.
Jackets and trousers made from mosquito netting - a sanity saver if you're under sustained attack from a swarm of midges - and a life saver in high risk areas where you need to do everything you can to avoid being bitten.
Midges, mossies, sand flies and ticks love to congregate and bite around your feet and ankles - but not if you're wearing insect repellent socks - and no more ants in your pants either with insect repellent underwear!
Versatile seamless tubular scarves that can be worn in a variety of different ways. Widely tried, tested and trusted for a multitude of activities from the extreme cold to the extreme heat.
A head net can improve things enormously if you're under attack from biting insects and there's less need for insect repellent too - which isn't always a pleasant thing to be smearing around your face, day after day.
Recommended by the UK Health Protection Agency for treating clothing in areas where there is a risk of malaria. It can also be used to treat tents and mosquito nets to improve their effectiveness.
If you've ever traveled through a leech infested area you'll want a pair of these next time you go to stop them from crawling up your trousers legs and beyond - a most unpleasant experience and best avoided if at all possible...