Columbia Men’s Bahama II UPF 30 Short Sleeve PFG Fishing Shirt

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Price: $19.59
(as of Aug 26,2022 16:43:15 UTC – Details)



Designed specifically for anglers, this lightweight nylon shirt dries fast, keeps you cool, and protects against UV rays. Mesh-lined back vents make it perfect in hot, humid weather, and tabs let you securely roll up your sleeves. A fishing-ready button-up shirt with a button-down collar. Expect Columbia’s best sun protection tech that helps prevent skin damage during long outdoor events. The fabric provides UPF 50 UVA and UVB protection, while the smooth Tactel nylon taffeta fabric is lightweight and dries quickly to keep you cool. Four self-draining pockets at the chest, along with a gear loop, and rod holder keeps things handy while you work on your next lure. This Columbia short sleeve shirt comes in a range of colors and sizes. Extended sizing available. Relaxed Fit. To ensure the size you choose is right, utilize our sizing chart and the following measurement instructions: For the chest, measure at the fullest part of the chest, under the armpits and over the shoulder blades, keeping the tape measure firm and level.
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OMNI-SHADE: UV protection at its best, Omni-Shade materials block UVA and UVB rays to help prevent sunburns and long-term skin damage. The tight weave construction offers lasting sun protection against the full spectrum of sunshine
FISH EASY: Designed specifically for anglers, this lightweight, relaxed fit, nylon shirt dries fast, keeps you cool, and protects against harmful UV light
BREEZY COOL: Mesh-lined back vents let in and out a cooling breeze—perfect in hot, humid weather
PERFORMANCE DETAILS: A rod holder provides hands-free convenience, and four chest pockets with hook-and-loop closures help store your small essentials
BUILT TO LAST: Columbia’s attention to detail is what sets our apparel apart. Specifying only the highest quality materials, expert stitching and craftsmanship. This is a long-lasting shirt you will enjoy for seasons to come