Columbia Men’s Tamiami II Long Sleeve Shirt, Sunlit

November 17, 2013 - Comment

Designed for cool comfort and functionality over the long haul, this performance button up is crafted from ultra-light ripstop fabric that’s wicking and sun-shielding, with mesh-lined venting at center back. Product Features Omni-Shade UPF 40 sun protection^Omni-Wick moisture management^Quick Dry fabric^Rod holder above chest Omni-Shade UPF 40 sun protection^Omni-Wick moisture management^Quick Dry fabric^Rod holder above

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Designed for cool comfort and functionality over the long haul, this performance button up is crafted from ultra-light ripstop fabric that’s wicking and sun-shielding, with mesh-lined venting at center back.

Product Features

  • Omni-Shade UPF 40 sun protection^Omni-Wick moisture management^Quick Dry fabric^Rod holder above chest
  • Omni-Shade UPF 40 sun protection^Omni-Wick moisture management^Quick Dry fabric^Rod holder above chest^Vented in back

Comments

S. Droski "voracious reader" says:

not just for fishing! First, I am a woman. Second, I don’t fish. Still, I adore these shirts! I bought one in Bright Blue in March and just bought another in a lighter blue (sail blue?) so I don’t wear out the first one. Why, you may ask, do I love this men’s fishing shirt since neither a man, nor do I fish? Here are some reasons:1. Colors are really beautiful. You can’t tell from the pictures how nice they look in person. The bright blue was more of a deep periwinkle and the lighter one is more subtle, as expected, and really nice. These aren’t the boring, flat colors you see so often.2. Comfortable material that drapes nicely and washes beautifully without using some special cycle or hanging dry. They come out fresh and unwrinkled wash after wash (I am NOT careful about washing clothes so this is great).3. Fabulous material for hot weather. I bought the first one in anticipation of the terrible summer heat here in TX. I wanted something with sunscreen fabric that…

Tom Hannigan says:

Great travel shirts, too… I’ve got three of these by Columbia. I found they are a true “Large” (my size) vs. another brand sold by BPS, where I’d have to go to X-Large, which then throws off how the shoulders fall. These shirts have flaps, and if they don’t fit correctly, you can look like Batman…like you have a cape. So,these fit true to size.Besides fishing, I took them on a trip to southern AZ and wore them on desert excursions. Not only did they keep me cool, but I could actually wear the sleeves rolled down, blocking my arms from the very hot sun and prevented burn.Make sure you check all the colors, as some of the shirts are less expensive than others. Got a great deal here for the beige one.Shirts are also very light and can be folded into a backpack. If need be, they are easily washed out by hand and dry quickly. I also wore these out to dinner. Not one person even hinted that I looked like a superhero.

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