- Outdoor Research Apparel Size Guide
- Wayward travels require no uniform, but if a committee ever gets together to decide on one, this lightweight Outdoor Research® shirt is definitely a front runner.
- Relaxed Fit is loose, but not sloppy, and perfect for workouts or everyday activities.
- Wind-resistant nylon fabric wicks away moisture and dries quickly.
- Solarshield™ fabric has a UPF 50+ rating that protects your skin during outdoor activity by blocking harmful Ultraviolet A and Ultraviolet B rays (UVA and UVB).
- Insect Shield® treatment delivers invisible protection that repels a wide variety of biting insects.
- Spread collar.
- Full-button front closure.
- Long sleeves boast a button tab roll up feature.
- Napoleon zip pocket.
- Two button-through chest pockets.
- Gently curved hem.
- 100% nylon.
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
- Length: 29 in
- Chest Measurement: 44 in
- Sleeve Length: 36 in
- Product measurements were taken using size MD. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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A company with deep roots in human powered adventure, Outdoor Research got its start in the garage of a dedicated mountaineer/physicist-turned-gear developer after faulty gaiters thwarted an attempt at summiting Denali. Experience spawned inspiration, and a revolutionary new gaiter solution was born. Nearly 30 years later, Outdoor Research continues its long tradition of creative innovation by carefully listening to the requests and feedback of its customers, ambassadors and employees, all who push boundaries within their sport.
Outdoor Research enthusiastically supports the outstanding conservation, access and educational efforts of a variety of organizations. Through stewardship and education, the wild lands that provide a playground of adventure for hikers, skiers, climbers, alpinists, paddlers, runners, and backpackers will be pristine and accessible for generations to come.