Fishouflage: New Vented Fishing ShirtFishouflage: New Vented Fishing Shirt Fishing has an official jersey. You’ve seen them, and probably own a couple. Requirements include lightweight, breathable fabric, more pockets than a pool hall, and mesh venting to mitigate overheating during battle.
Greenville, WI (August 14, 2013) – Fishing has an official jersey. You’ve seen them, and probably own a couple. Requirements include lightweight, breathable fabric, more pockets than a pool hall, and mesh venting to mitigate overheating during battle. Fishouflage, known for going beyond the call of duty, fulfills those necessities and pours in a boatload of other great features.
Fishouflage’s new Vented Fishing Shirt ranks among the most comfortable, easy-wearing and feature-rich garments in its class. And the best place to begin asserting this claim is with the innovative fabric. Constructed of lightweight performance ripstop and enhanced with advanced moisture-wicking, the weave ensures that when you get snagged (a fishing inevitability) the puncture is limited to the point of impact and won’t run. That, and the fabric works overtime to lift sweat off your skin.
Hallmarks continue with a UPF 40+ rating and anti-microbial, keeping you cool and dry even after hours under the sun. And when that redfish or bass does slap a coat of goo across your chest (another inevitability), special stain release treatment provides for easy cleanup. Other fishing-features include roll-up sleeves with securing loops and a Velcro rod holder loop.
As perfect on the town as on the water, the great fit, double-needle tailoring and slightly oversized cut makes the shirt incredibly comfortable whether casting, throttling, or just chilling out.
Last, but certainly not least, the Vented Fishing Shirt bares your passion with Fishouflage styling. The shirts sport sleek swatches of Fishouflage in Bass or Redfish paired with Moss, Stone or Black. Sizes M to 2XL.
The bar has been raised on the standard issue fishing shirt – try one and enjoy the cool.
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