Women's Long Sleeve Sun Stretch Shirt

Women's Long Sleeve Sun Stretch Shirt
Minnow: Pampas Tan
$149.95
Style No. 52211-MWPA-XS
$149.95
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Women's Long Sleeve Sun Stretch Shirt
Model is 5'9½
Model is 5'9½
Overview

Our most technical long-sleeved button-up is designed for hot and humid conditions. Made from a stretchy, quick-drying, ultralight recycled nylon/T400® polyester blend, the Long-Sleeved Sun Stretch Shirt features two western drop-in chest pockets that can accommodate a passport or fly box. Sleeve tabs keep shirt sleeves rolled up.

Recycled Materials

87% of our line uses recycled materials.

Specs & Features
Features
Fabric Details
Made with an ultralight 52% recycled nylon/48% T400® polyester blend that dries in a flash for all-day comfort
Built to Move
Mechanical-stretch fabric allows for greater comfort and ease of motion while casting
Drop-In Pockets
Two drop-in chest pockets
Collar Snaps
Collar snaps keep collar from flapping on windy days
Hidden Lens Cleaner
Hidden lens cleaner keeps optics clear

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How it’s made
Bluesign®
Bluesign®
Bluesign®
As more brands, manufacturers and chemical suppliers become bluesign® system partners, we will continue to reduce the harmful environmental impacts of the global textile supply chain.
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Bluesign®

bluesign works in the supply chain to approve products that are safe for the environment, workers and customers.

Program
Recycled Nylon
Recycled Nylon
Recycled Nylon
By using recycled nylon, we lessen our dependence on petroleum as a raw material source and curb discards.
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Recycled Nylon

We use recycled nylon made from post-industrial waste fiber and discards from weaving mills and postconsumer fishing nets.

Material
Polyester
Polyester
Polyester
Polyester is a synthetic fiber derived from petroleum. Our goal is to move away from using this nonrenewable resource and use only recycled or biobased polyester by 2025.
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Polyester

Polyester is naturally water repellent and performs well outdoors.

Material