Fishing Shirts | Short Sleeve Explorer Camo

Fishing Shirts | Short Sleeve Explorer Camo

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AD-SS-121-SA-S

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Explorer Short Sleeve Fishing Shirt by Aqua Design. Our best priced short sleeve technical fishing shirt with Aqua colors is now on sale with sizes S-L available. UPF 30+. To view color options, select 'View color options' below the photo.
Explorer Short Sleeve Fishing Shirt is a short sleeve version with the same features as the Expedition, is made of a cotton-nylon blend for breathable comfort (note: due to the cotton in this fabric, the water print is darker than microfiber). Two bellows front pockets hold fly or tackle boxes, extra leaders and line, or other accessories. Double-stitched construction. Care instructions: Machine wash cold, tumble dry low, no bleach. Imported. (Sky Blue color in photo. Click photo to view all color options.) 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Suggested Wear
Fishing, Hiking, Paddle Sports, Travel, Backpacking, Leisure

Features
UPF 30+
78% Cotton / 22% Nylon
Action back with mesh ventilation inserts
Button-down collar
Colorfast fabric
Extra-long shirt tail
Oversized buttons
Roll-up sleeves with button tab
Two chest bellow pockets
Virtually wrinkle-free
Weight: 6.5 oz., 184 g.

Size Chart


Chest
Neck

Small
34-36"
14-15"

Medium
38-40"
15-16"

Large
42-44"
16-17"


















UPF Chart

Protection
UPF Ratings
Approximate UV Blocked
Good UV Protection
15 - 24
93 - 96%
Very Good UV Protection
25 - 39
96 - 97%
Excellent UV Protection
40 - 50+
97 - 99%

UPF vs. SPF

UPF is an abbreviation for Ultraviolet Protection Factor. This rating system is used to measure the effectiveness of fabric to protect skin from harmful ultraviolet radiation. For example, a UPF rating of 40 will allow only 1/40th of the sun's harmful rays to penetrate the textile. A rating of 40 or higher is considered excellent, blocking 97 percent of both UVA and UVB rays.

SPF, typically associated with sunscreen, is short for Sun Protection Factor. This measurement determines the length of time it takes for redness to occur as result of sun exposure. If applied correctly, a sunscreen rated at SPF 15 will protect 15 times longer than unprotected skin. This amounts to approximately 93 percent of UVB rays. Some experts believe that no sunscreen should be expected to stay effective longer than two hours without reapplication. Sunscreen that blocks UVA and UVB radiation is preferred.

UVA and UVB

Simply stated, UVA exposure contributes to premature aging by damaging the skin's elasticity. Perhaps 90 percent of wrinkles, age spots, and visible signs of aging occur as result of the sun's harmful UVA rays which penetrates the skin more deeply. The carcinogenic effects of UVB rays are believed to cause tanning which is the skin's natural defense against the sun. Unfortunately, it is believed that UVB contributes to the development of skin cancer.

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The content at www.aquadesign.com is provided for general information only and is not intended to be utilized as advise, diagnosis, or care. If you have questions concerning your health, seek the advise of a physician or your health care professional.
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