Everyday b/4 you head out you hopefully put your sun screen on and spend the entire day sweating. You've got a rag or towel in your pocket and wipe your face and sun glasses off, a lot. Some of the sweat mixed w/ sunscreen get in your eyes and man, that stings. Dry oils help w/ that but you have to keep re-applying between jobs. No way around that. But what about our clothing? I personally wear cargo shorts, nice big pockets to stuff my rags in, IPod,etc. My shirt is usually a wifebeater, sleeveless a-shirt or just a tee w/ rolled up sleeves. I am beginning to see the sense in providing myself w/ a little more protection and always thought about the guys we see tending crop fields or nurseries wearing long sleeve white cotton shirts. I guess we all want to work on our tans but it seems that our sun has been getting stronger and more UV intensifying, so our risks of skin cancer is nothing to be ignored. I got one of those catalogs the other day that have long sleeve shirt that allows the suns yellow light thru but blocks the UV. Supposingly helping to repair your dried-up aging sun damaged skin. Salty as hell, naturally, around $89. and developed by a skin doctor. Think it's gonna be just a wardrobe change here and a cheep white cotton long sleeve. Stay Thirsty my friends.