Pro Angler Chad Grigsby recently took a trip with his wife and two daughters to Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. Before leaving, he had the entire family pick out some Coolibar! Here’s what they all had to say…
During Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Coolibar invites skin cancer survivors to share their stories with us in their own words. Hope, determination and drive to educate others play a major role in these individuals’ lives. Skin cancer doesn’t discriminate, it can happen to anyone. Prevention and early detection can be life saving! We hope you share these stories with your friends, family and colleagues. Be SunAWARE. Read Capt. Harry’s story.
Did you know Coolibar was the first sun protective clothing company to receive the Skin Cancer Foundation’s (SCF) seal of recommendation? That’s right, the first! To earn the seal, we provide scientific data annually, showing that our products sufficiently and safely aid in the prevention of sun-induced damage to the skin.
We love the work that Cancer Be Glammed is doing to help women recover from cancer with confidence, self-esteem & style. Lisa Lurie, the company’s co-founder, shares her inspiration for starting this organization.
For those of you that don’t know me, and am I sure there are a few, I am Chad Grigsby and I am a professional angler on the FLW Tour – the PGA circuit of bass fishing. I have had the fortune of competing professionally full time for 10 years. That’s right, I fish for a living. I live in Maple Grove, MN, am married to Bridget and have two daughters – Isabelle, who is 4 and Avrey who is 2.
3D dri SUNTECT®, one of Coolibar’s latest innovative fabrics, does more than offer UPF 50+ sun protection. It’s a performance fabric that uses tiny grid patterns to prevent this lightweight polyester fabric from sticking to the skin, enhancing breathability and moisture-wicking effectiveness. Read boating enthusiast Scott’s testimonial.
Jack Ip, also known as JIP, makes it his business to seek some of the best fishing in the world. Last November, he traveled to the Amazon to fish for Peacock bass, one of the world’s toughest freshwater species. But tackle wasn’t the only thing he brought with him to the treacherous waters in Barcelos, Brazil.