Columbia Sportswear Bahama Long Sleeve Shirt - Women's

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  • Women's long-sleeve fishing shirt made of 100-percent nylon
  • Omni-Wick moisture transferring technology
  • Omni-Shade blocks majority of sun's harmful rays
  • Vented sleeve to facilitate airflow
  • Machine wash and dry for easy care
  • Quick dry fabric
  • Handy pockets and helpful performance features combine with simple styling and clean lines to deliver a hard-working
    fishing shirt fit for the discerning sportswoman. The Women's Bahama Long Sleeve is vented to facilitate airflow so you
    stay cool on hot days. Long sleeves and built in UPF 30 sun protection shield you from harsh UV rays, so you can stay
    outside and enjoy the warm summer weather for as long as your heart desires. When the temperature rises, roll the
    sleeves for a little extra fresh air.

    Omni-Wick Advanced Evaporation

    Omni-Wick is the ultimate moisture-management technology for the outdoors. Its superior wicking properties move
    moisture away from the body and enable perspiration to evaporate quickly. During physical activity, increased body
    temperature causes perspiration (you know: sweat). Normally this results in damp, clammy, and uncomfortable clothing
    (not to mention unattractive).

    With Omni-Wick clothing, moisture is quickly wicked up into the fabric, and away from the wearer's skin. The moisture
    spreads out across the surface of the fabric where it quickly evaporates. This wicking/evaporation process keeps the
    wearer cool and the clothing dry. You stay dry, which helps regulate temperature, prevent chafing and keep you
    comfortable all day. Work up a sweat without getting all wet.

    Omni-Shade Sun Protection

    Columbia Sportswear's Omni-Shade clothing protects you by blocking the majority of the sun's harmful rays so you can
    stay out longer. It's like sunscreen that you don't have to re-apply--and it's as easy as getting dressed. Omni-Shade
    blocks UVA and UVB rays, helping to prevent sun burn and long-term skin damage through a tight weave construction, UV
    reflectors, and UV-absorbing technology.

    Current consumer awareness centers around Sun Protection Factor, or SPF, which is a measure of sunburn reduction from
    sunblock. However, SPF does not indicate any protection from UVA rays, which are harmful and present even on cloudy
    days. Like sunblock, Omni-Shade is given a numeric value to indicate its level of sun protection.

    About Columbia Sportswear

    Founded in 1938, Columbia Sportswear Company has grown from a small family-owned hat distributor to one of the world's
    largest outerwear brands and the leading seller of skiwear in the United States. Columbia's extensive product line
    includes a wide variety of outerwear, sportswear, rugged footwear and accessories. Columbia specializes in developing
    innovative products that are functional yet stylish and offer great value. Eighty-year-old matriarch Gert Boyle,
    Chairman of the Board, and her son, Tim Boyle, President and CEO, lead the company.

    Columbia's history starts with Gert's parents, Paul and Marie Lamfrom, when they fled Germany in 1937. They bought a
    small hat distributorship in Portland, Oregon, and named it Columbia Hat Company, after the river bordering the city.
    Soon frustrated by poor deliveries from suppliers, the Lamfroms decided to start manufacturing products themselves. In
    1948, Gert married college sweetheart Neal Boyle, who joined the family business and later took the helm of the growing
    company. When Neal suddenly died of a heart attack in 1970, Gert enlisted help from Tim, then a college senior. After
    that it wasn't long before business really started to take off. Columbia was one of the first companies to make jackets
    from waterproof/breathable fabric. They introduced the breakthrough technology called the Columbia Interchange System,
    in which a shell and liner combine for multiple wearing options. In the early 1980s, then 60 year-old Gert began her
    role as "Mother Boyle" in Columbia's successful and popular advertising campaign.

    The company went public in 1998 and moved into a new era as a world leader in the active outdoor apparel industry.
    Today, Columbia Sportswear employs more than 1,800 people around the world and distributes and sells products in more
    than 50 countries and to more than 12,000 retailers internationally.