For Full Immersive Fishing Experiences
- Cool, dry comfort in breathable, fast-drying AquaPoly fabric.
- Ultimate sun protection thanks to UPF 50+ rating.
- More coverage from a mock turtleneck collar that gives your neck for sun protection.
- Extra ventilation with a ¼-zip collar.
- On-the-water stealth using proprietary “sky-ward” water camouflage print.
- Convenient storage with an easy-access side-zip pocket
Clear blue skies, crisp fresh air, and cool refreshing water make fishing one of the most immersive experiences you can have in nature. We created the Fish Hunter Shirt to give you the comfort and functionality you need to get the most out of that experience.
Made for wear in and out of the water, the Fish Hunter dries quickly so you can go from snorkeling to chest high wading to shoreline fishing comfortably. You’ll be set up with UPF 50+ sun protection, so you can stay out all day long knowing you’re protected from the sun’s harsh rays. For even more sun protection, the shirt features a mock turtleneck collar that gives your neck more coverage. And to help you get closer to those wary fish, you can choose one of our proprietary “sky-ward” water camo prints that help you blend in with your surroundings. Next time you head out your next fishing adventure wear the Fish Hunter Shirt to get the most out of your time on (and in) the water.
Water-Ready Fishing Performance
The Fish Hunter Shirt combines stealthy camouflage, water-ready material, and a nonrestrictive fit to give anglers and sportsmen great on-the-water performance. A blend of 85% Polyester / 15% Spandex creates four-way stretch action that won’t hold you back while casting or paddling. UPF 50+ sun protection means you won’t have to worry about getting burned while on the water. A mock turtleneck collar brings the material further up the neck, giving you even more sun protection. A ¼-zip collar makes the shirt easy to pull on and off and also give you extra ventilation when you need it. This shirt is made for use in and out of water with its quick drying, moisture wicking action and can even double as a swim shirt. A square tail design lets you tuck it in or wear it out, and an easy access side-zip pockets gives you room to store your essentials. The Fish Hunter is available in four 3-D water camo prints so you can blend in with your surroundings for extra stealthy fishing.
Four 3-D Camo Colors:
Aqua Sky - perfect for sunny to partly sunny skies.
Green Bayou - blends in with trees and vegetation along a shoreline.
Pacific Sand - earth tones for concealment in sandy, rocky areas.
Royal Ripple - deep blue ocean hues.
- Sun Protection
- UPF 50+ UVA and UVB skin protection
- Designed for use in and out of the water
- Doubles as a swim shirt
- Mock turtleneck collar for additional sun protection coverage
- YKK ¼-zip collar for extra ventilation and easy entry
- Easy access side-zip pocket
- 85% Polyester / 15% Spandex, four-way stretch performance fabric
- Non-restrictive loose fit
- Fast-drying, moisture wicking
- Breathable AquaPoly knit
- Square tail for in/out wear
- Long-lasting colorfast colors
- Proprietary “sky-ward” camouflage print available in four colors
- Virtually wrinkle-free
Weight: 11 oz., 312 g. (median weight for all sizes)
Add $4 for 2XL, 3XL
||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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