Columbia Sportswear Airgill Long-Sleeved Knit Crew Neck

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Columbia Sportswear Airgill Long-Sleeved Knit Crew Neck -
Columbia’s innovative Airgill concept brings you an efficient and sharp-looking way to stay comfortably cool during warm-weather outdoor adventure. This crew neck sports a number of inconspicuous, strategically positioned ventilation gills with interior mesh to enhance cooling and drying capabilities. Omni-Freeze® advanced cooling construction gives the fabric a smooth, cooling feel. Omni-Shade® UPF rating of 50 for optimal protection from the sun. Omni-Shield® Blood ‘N Guts™ advanced repellency treatment protects against spills and stains. All of these features combine to make Columbia Airgill garments among the most efficient and effective technical garments you can buy. Constructed of smooth, skin-pleasing, fast-drying, comfort-stretch 93/7 polyester/elastane knit. Imported.
Sizes: M-2XL.
Colors: Fossil, White Cap, White, Lemon Whip.
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Columbia Sportswear Airgill Long-Sleeved Knit Crew Neck Review:

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Excellent sun protection without overheating

I was looking for cool sun protection while fishing and playing softball. I’ve tried this (UPF 50, loose fit), their Omni-Freeze® long-sleeve (current version is Gen 2 Freezer™ long sleeve - UPF 50, loose fit), and another manufacturer's (UPF 30+, snug but not compression fit) . All three do an excellent job of sun protection and are cooler than any cotton fiber or my usual fishing shirts. But don’t expect to feel like you’re wearing something that provides air conditioning (unless you dunk it in the bottom of the ice cooler and put it back on). I’ve been using them for over a year. I can’t notice any significant cooling advantage to the Airgill design. My net is pick based on style/fit/cost. Add a neck/head wrap and sun-protection fingerless gloves and you can dispense with most of your messy sun screen. I'd give it 5 stars if it were more affordable.
JackF at Cabelas on 05/17/2012