- Quick Drying
- UPF 15
- Polygiene® Active Odor Control
- Flat-Seam Construction
- Raglan Sleeves
- Small Hip Pocket
- Back-of-Neck Reflective Wordmark and Logo
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric: AirVent™: 100% polyester
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 3.8oz / 107g (L)
- Nice shirt, but definitely not trim fit (Review by Clayton)
Sizing is not trim fit as advertised! Normally I'm a large in OR trim fit and medium in OR standard fit. Ordered large and it's very baggy, anything but trim lol. Even sleeves too long. Feels more like a standard cut in x-large.
Despite the size issues, shirt has an amazing fabric that's very light and airy! If you can get the right size, this shirt would be 5 stars all around. However, as I'm now facing the hassle of having to exchange the shirt, I've knocked it down to 2 stars.
(Posted on 5/16/16)
- Forget the Suncreen! (Review by Bob)
Having spent 5 days in a couple of Echo long sleeve tops on a trip rowing a cataraft down the Rogue River I was not only comfortable and happy that it dried quickly, both from sweat and spray from rapids, but delighted that I didn't have to slather my arms in sunscreen every day. Plus they took up almost no space in my dry-bag. In the evenings it became an underlayer for my OR Radiant Hoody--a winning combination!
(Posted on 6/20/14)
- Great Active Layer (Review by Will)
This is a great piece to take the sting out of a chilly day. Great wicking capabilities, light weight, warm.
(Posted on 12/17/13)
- Perfect lightweight long sleeved shirt. (Review by mountainchildva)
I love this long sleeved shirt as much as I love the short sleeved version! It's perfect for the mornings it's a little cool, and it works beautifully as a layer when it gets a little colder than cool. Best part for me is that the sleeves are actually long enough on me, which is really really hard to find in a tech tee.
(Posted on 11/30/13)
- Men's Echo L/S Duo Tee (Review by By Canoe Bob)
I use the LS Duo tee for any activity where I will be working hard enough to develop a sweat. It wicks amazingly well and creates a, 'body comfort zone'. I take it on long canoe trips and it can endure a few days of sweat sucking before it starts along on it's road to ripeness. It is also very comfortable with raglan sleeves and flat felled seams. It moves with you and makes a great under layer for cold weather activities like skiing or snowshoeing. Great work OR on another piece of lightweight, packable clothing that really does what it says.
(Posted on 5/11/13)