Plane Fish n wrote: »
I have used mostly Columbia products as I find their fit and finish a lot better than most.
Last year, I purchased "Breathe like a fish" shirts with netting sewn into the body and underarm area. They are made from SPF material and you can even get them made with the scarf sewn in. I didn't particularly like the shirt with the scarf sewn in but they sold me a scarf that I keep in my back pocket.
Their scarves are kind of nice because they have netting sewn into the nose and mouth area.http://breathelikeafish.com/
I just recently started wearing Columbia Permit shorts. These are awesome. They are a bit longer and they have lots of loops and pockets and they are made from the new material that dries quickly and are lightweight.
Finfinder wrote: »
If you throw a cast net buttons suck
atty551 wrote: »
HOW DO THESE HOLD UP TO BLOOD AND GUTS?
JoeGiul wrote: »
I really like these. http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/45461?feat=2-SR0
Columbia or Bass Pro shirts. I also picked up a couple Bimini Bay shirts at Dania Flea market and they seem to be OK too. The BB ones were like $15.
****.hunt wrote: »
skinny water culture microfiber shirts... even the black one keeps me cool
mastercaster wrote: »
how are these shorts if you like to free ball
because you’re Offended Doesn’t mean you right!
[email protected] wrote: »
So what are you guys using to clean or attempt to clean the SPF shirts? After two trips I'm covered in dolphin blood. I like to at least start the day looking clean. Also where do you get this SPF replenishing detergent that someone mentioned?
bds04f wrote: »
For shirts I usually wear skinny water culture microfiber, or the columbia long sleeve (buttonless) shirts. The skinny water shirts are thinner and lighter, but both are cool enough. My favorite shorts are the regular aftco fishing shorts.
I don't get many blood stains, but I use the spray sunblock that turns everything orange. Haven't found out how to avoid it.
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