|$26.99 - $36.99|
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Mountain Hardwear's Long Sleeve Canyon shirt is the ultimate in wrinkle-resistant, quick-drying shirt for hiking, trekking and life outside.
The ultimate wrinkle-resistant, quick-drying shirt, the Canyon shirt is perfect for hiking, trekking, traveling and general life outside.
Great for backpacking, this shirt's seams are rotated away from pressure points for the best comfort under a pack while UPF 30 protection plus flip-up collar keeps you safe from the sun. Mesh back and side panels add excellent ventilation and zip map pocket makes stashing your gear easy and convenient.
Best Used For : Hiking, Travel, Camping
Weight : 8.5 oz / 242 g
Fabric : Desert Cloth
Fit info : Center Back Length 30 " / 76 cm, Standard Fit
A true Mountain Hardwear classic, the wrinkle-resistant, quick-drying Canyon Shirt is the ultimate for hiking, trekking, and general outdoor use.
Built for dusty trails and sun-drenched switchbacks, the Canyon Long Sleeve Shirt from Mountain Hardwear prevents chafing with pack-friendly seams and keeps you cool with mesh side and back panels.
|Center Back Length:||30 in / 76 cm|
|Chest Measurement:||48 in|
|Clothing Fit:||Relaxed Fit|
|Fabric:||Body: Desert™ Cloth (70% Nylon/30% Polyester)|
|Pockets:||Zip Map Pocket|
|Sleeve length:||Long Sleeve|
|Torso Fit Range:||30 in / 76 cm|
|UPF Rating:||UPF 30|
|Weight:||8.5 oz. / 242 g.|
|Weight [with packaging]:||Medium, Small: 0.55 lb, Large: 0.6 lb, X-Large: 0.65 lb|
|Mountain Hardwear Canyon Shirt||$27.50 - $55.00|
|Mountain Hardwear Canyon Long Sleeve Shirt-Orange-L||$24.99|
|Mountain Hardwear Canyon Long Sleeve Shirt-Orange-XL||$24.99|
|Mountain Hardwear Canyon Shortsleeve Camp Shirt||$50.00|
This is a nice solid shirt for outdoor activities in the summer. fit is true to size chart. The material breathes and vents really well. Sun protection is sold. material dries very quickly. Construction is good with decent seam sealing. Mine has taken minor abrasion without problem but thin shirts like this are really not meant to withstand dragging across rocks much. It excels for hiking, kayaking, general travel and packing and doesn't look bad at the end of the day if you find yourself on main street at a bar. With two of these shirts you are set for a summer. Solid.
Had an earlier version of the Canyon Shirt and I agree with the earlier reviewer that the top pocket is a downgrade for this great shirt. As for the performance of the product itself, I am extremely happy, as I face really hot south Texas summers that can easily span five months. I liked it so much that I now own four of these. As for the fit, I find the newest version to amply cut and actually a little larger in size.
Backcountry had the best pricing by far and their customer service and returns policy can't be beat!
This is a solid shirt. Only real complaint is if you have bigger arms its a little hard to roll up the sleeves. Other than that good shirt from Mountain Hardwear.
I have two of the previous versions of MHW Canyon Shirt with the last purchased about one year ago for about 10% less than the 45% off sales price and was expecting another excellent shirt. Wrong! There has been a serious reduction in the quality and features of this shirt in the present version being sold. Some of the serious downgrades include many double stitched seams reduced to single stitched, removal of a zipper to right upper chest pocket, moving button for fold up sleeve from external upper sleeve to internal tab that contacts your skin when the sleeve is down, and serious reduction in the size of the back shoulder venting area and air entrance. The changes saved money for the owner (Columbia) but literally on the backs of it's customers. The top open pocket with no closure (previously a zipper) is suitable for a casual shirt only. The material is not particularly any better (or worse) than any low end outdoor shirt made in Vietnam and found in big name discount department stores. 4 stars is very highly overrated for this shirt which I hesitate to call gear. This product is so clearly inferior to the previous version and does not look compatible for anything but light casual wear, it is being returned.
This shirt has an inside tag and a spare button right where your hipbelt goes. It also has a pocket that goes down to where the hipbelt goes so that if I put something in the pocket it would interfere with my hipbelt. Then there is a pocket in addition to the zip pocket (not mentioned in the specs) that has no velcro stuff or button to shut it. There is a cloth flap that closes it but I can see overtime that this pocket is gonna definitely just start hanging open and no longer lie flush with the shirt. My size is small. Not sure if larger sizes are the same.
5 starts to the 2010 model for sure. Backpacked in it, and it came back looking like new.
I picked up a pair of the current model since I loved the older one so much, and the fit is a bit off (for me, at least). I'm pretty average size, but the shirt was cut noticeably tighter than before. Other than that, not a big fan at all of the button/zipper-less chest pocket. It hangs open even when there is nothing in there. Don't even want to see how it looks when I decide to use it. Looks sloppy.
Overall, still a good shirt. Esp. if it fits you well. On the plus side, I didn't even realize on the old model that the button on the upper part of the sleeve was to keep it from falling when rolled up. The new one came with a sleeve already rolled and buttoned as a demonstration. Nice surprise! haha