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Orvis PRO Stretch Long-Sleeved Shirt

The best town-to-trail shirt of 2021.

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Whether we were biking, hiking, fishing, or at work, this button-up was our attire of choice. We appreciated the wicking and cooling nylon/spandex fabric with UPF 30+ protection (a bit weaker than average, but adequate for dipping in and out of the sun) that also breathed well during an 80°F day of fly-fishing in Button Rock Preserve, Colorado. (It shed light drops of water, but took more than an hour to dry once soaked.) Polygiene odor control made the PRO Stretch the perfect top for multiple days without a shower when we backpacked through Goblin Valley, Utah, and we were thankful for our lack of stench during aprés brewery stops. Two zippered chest pockets each stow a small fly box, sunglasses, and credit cards.

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