Women’s PFG Bahama™ Long Sleeve Shirt

Regular price: $ 74.99 CAD
Regular price: $ 74.99 CAD
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Relaxed Fit: Most generous fit for a full spectrum of movement.
Model is wearing size bust measures waist is hips are inseam length is shoe size is
Featuring angler-friendly details and roll-up sleeves, this lightweight, vented, fast-drying shirt keeps you cool and protected from the sun so you can stay out there longer.
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Style # 1396561
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  • Omni-Shade™ UPF 50 guards against skin damage using tight fabric construction and modified fibers to block UVA/UVB rays, so you stay protected in the sun
  • Quick-drying treatment allows garments to dry faster by helping moisture escape from the surface of the fabric, so you stay comfortable while being active
  • Lightweight, relaxed fit
  • Vented for breathability
  • Roll-up sleeves with button-tab closures for versatility
  • Lift-top front pockets within larger pocket for easy access to tools
  • Utility loop for pliers or sunglasses
  • Interior mesh pocket stores small essentials
  • Rod-holder loop on left chest helps free up hands when changing gear
  • Center Back Length: 28.0 in / 71.1 cm
  • Uses: Fishing
  • Imported

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Returns are accepted within 60 days of the purchase date. We will gladly accept returns on all purchases made on our website which are in original condition; unworn with tags attached and for footwear with the original box in new condition.

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Columbia PFG

The Bahama™ Collection

We’ve been making anglers happy with the Bahama™ shirt for a long time, so we know what works. With lots of fishing-friendly features packed into a classic button-up, you'll want to have one in every color.
“If at first you don’t succeed, recast.”
Gert Boyle, Columbia Founder
Performance Fishing Gear video showing anglers waiting out a storm in a wetland area followed by an older man showing a child how to tie a line and using the colloquial angler saying, "That'll fish," to say something will work out well.