Cook the Fish. Not the Fisherman.
Come July, Alaska offers eighteen hours of daylight to chase after chinook salmon on the Kenai River. The only problem: that’s eighteen hours for the sun to fry your hide as well. U.P. Stream Shirts keep that from happening with maximum ultraviolet protection for more coverage, plus UPF 50 fabric. Thumbhole sleeves plus an adjustable gaiter in the hood keep your hands, face and scalp from frying. The fabric is lightweight, wicking and dries fast, but no need to baby it – it’s at home around sharp corners and errant fishhooks, thanks to snag-resistant technology. And it has an anti-odor finish to keep you from building up a funk after a long day on the water.
- Superior sun defense, with more coverage and UPF 50 sun-blocking protection
- Made of fast-drying 4.7-oz. 95% polyester/5% spandex fabric that wicks sweat, moves with you
- Anti-snag to fend off bramble and the occasional stray fishhook
- 3-piece hood with built-in gaiter to defend your face and scalp in the beating sun
- Armpit Gussets for extra ease through every cast
- Thumbholes keep the sun from searing the back of your hands
- Extra-smooth flatlock seams won’t bunch up or chafe
- Zip chest pocket to stash keys or your fishing license
- Anti-odor finish
- Standard Fit