Men's Wayward Sentinel L/S Shirt

Style# 50215OR

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A low-key travel shirt that doesn't scream "TOURIST!" the lightweight Wayward Sentinel L/S Shirt™ keeps you protected from scorching rays and buzzing insects. UPF 50+ fabric keeps the sun off your skin, Insect Shield® technology blocks swarming bugs, and quick-dry nylon lets you rapidly transition from the trail to an evening out.
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Features

  • Lightweight
  • Breathable
  • Quick Drying
  • Wicking
  • UPF 50+
  • Front Button Closures
  • Zippered Napoleon Passport Pocket
  • Chest Button Pockets
  • Curved Hem
  • Sleeve Roll-Up Tabs

Details

Fit: Standard Fit

Fabric: 100% nylon

Center Back Length: 30in. (L)

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 9.1oz / 257g (L)

Customer Reviews

Amazing sun and bug protection (Review by trailsoffroad)
Quality

I recently packed this shirt for a multi day off-road trip of the White Rim Trail in the Canyonlands National Park. Morning temperatures started in the 90s with mid-day and late day temps shooting to 107 degrees.

I couldn't endure the sun and heat much more wearing a short sleeve shirt and put this shirt on over a moisture wicking layer. The difference was noticeable and made the 107 degree blazing hot desert sun way more tolerable. I kept this shirt on from morning to night. In the heat the sweat dried very quickly.

Also on this off-road trip we took a short hike along the Colorado River. It was swarming with hungry mosquitos. I can say, without a doubt, I faired the best of my group in terms of the fewest mosquito bites. While my partners were being feasted upon, I was fairly unscathed except for my legs that were uncovered. My neck and upper body were untouched.

Great shirt, I would highly recommend it.

(Posted on 6/30/15)

Amazing sun and bug protection (Review by trailsoffroad)
Quality

I packed this shirt with me on a recent off-road trip along the White Rim Trail in the Canyonlands National Park. Morning hour temperatures where in the 90s with mid-day to late afternoon temperatures raising to 107 degrees. There was a noticeable difference when I put this shirt on over a moisture wicking layer. I was able withstand the heat and sun much more comfortably.

We even took a short hike down along the Colorado River with intense mosquitos. I can say compared to the rest of the people I was travelling with, I faired the best.

(Posted on 6/30/15)

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