Columbia PFG Bahama Long-Sleeve Shirt for Ladies
Best shirt by far from the others.
I work outside for a living and on the weekends go fishing with my husband and this shirt is great. It's light, dries fast, good looking and still has that fem look to it. Colors are bright and fun, you can make them short or long sleve, I have 3 shirts, wear them almost every other day, they do good in the wash and have been keeping up very well. Out of all the brands from bass pro- which I have, Coloumbia is my top pick. They are a little more pricer but well worth the money.
June 9, 2011
I bought one of these at a retailer (not Columbia) and loved it! It is so comfortable and cool. I think it's supposed to be a "Professional Fishing Guide" shirt, but I don't fish and I still love it. It's roomy enough to wear a sleeveless or short sleeve shirt underneath it and the sleeves can be worn long or cuffed to elbow length and secured there. I liked this shirt so much I bought 3 more! online from Columbia Sportswear. It's fashionable (at least for me) and sheds water pretty well, packs well, and just looks good. It's a little longer length which I like. Again, I wish Columbia would make something in a true red, but besides that, I LOVE THIS SHIRT!
July 18, 2011
A Great Shirt!
I love this Shirt! It is really soft light and comfy. Washes up nice and air dries fast outside. Its great to wear by itself or over a tank top on a sunny day and keeps the mosquitoes off on a warm evening. I like to wear it like a light jacket over other shirts for hiking. folds up really small for stashing later in the day. My shirts white and is so cool but now I need a beige and a light blue one too!
July 25, 2011
The perfect "yard" shirt
I needed a white shirt for working in the yard that would provide sun protection and not be too hot. This shirt is perfect - the vents allow plenty of air movement and the shirt is lightweight but provides sun protection. Washable and dries quickly. Pockets and loops provide places to put drip irrigation parts/tools. Love it!
July 25, 2011