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Columbia Men's Coolest Cool T-Shirt

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Columbia Men's Coolest Cool T-Shirt - Dick's Sporting Goods
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You'll be cool, calm and collected in the Columbia® Coolest Cool Shirt. Omni-Freeze ZERO™ is the most advanced cooling technology from Columbia® and it cools you down the second you start to sweat. Omni-Wick™ pulls moisture away from your skin to keep you dry and comfortable and built-in sunscreen blocks out the sun. The performance fit lets the Coolest Cool shirt move with you and the antimicrobial treatment keeps you fresh.

  • Performance fit: Body contouring fit conforms to movement
  • Omni-Freeze ZERO™ sweat-activated super cooling
  • Omni-Wick™ wicks moisture away from the body and enables perspiration to evaporate quickly
  • Omni-Shade™ UPF 50 sun protection
  • 4-way comfort stretch
  • Antimicrobial
  • Ergonomic, flat lock stitching
  • Columbia® logo at left chest
  • Fabric: 92% Polyester/8% elastane ZERO jersey
  • Fabric: 91% Polyester/9% elastane pinhole mesh
  • Style: AM6579
  • Columbia
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 17414716

Customer Reviews:

Columbia Men's Coolest Cool T-Shirt 3.8 5 9 9
not to shabby Excellent fabric. A little tight around the arms. A bit over priced. July 8, 2013
Good shirt but pricey for a -T I work almost all day in the Florida heat. This shirt does wick the sweat away and cools by drying quickly, but it will not work well under another shirt. It needs MAX air flow to work properly. I wear a uniform shirt at work(two differant types) one does not breathe and I purchased this shirt in the hope it would provide a cooling effect, all it did was keep me wet with little cooling until I removed the outer shirt. I switched to the other style shirt that does breathe and I feel it cools 80-90 % as well as the Omni-Freeze ZERO?. If you are willing to pay the big bucks for a -T and you spend a lot of time in the heat this shirt may be worth a try. July 5, 2013
Keep your cool on the golf course! This shirt does what it claims to do. I'm not sure what the little blue circles are, but in the hot and humid weather in upstate New York it's like having an air conditioner under your shirt. Best investment in cooling technology ever. July 4, 2013
Lukewarm I bought several of these shirts. They fit well and are comfortable, but I do not think the shirts live up to the advertised advanced cooling. I think they are just like any other brands like UA or Nike shirts. June 29, 2013
None this seems to do the job thank you very muchI would recommend this very highly June 25, 2013
Works Great For Me! I needed something new to try with the approaching heat and I actually feel great with this shirt. I run 4 miles a day 5 times a week and normally train with another brand. After running with this I am going to make the switch. The shirt for me dried quickly, it has not shrunk or stretched after a handful of washes, feels great on skin (soft material). I took a gamble and it paid off. June 5, 2013
Shirt I use this shirt for working out it keeps me cool and dry, worth what I paid for it. June 5, 2013
overpriced for all the hype I work outside for a living and can't deal with the heat well. I thought I would spend the big bucks and try out a higher quality keep you cool shirt. I found it doesn't do any better that the cheap 10 dollar shirts of the same style. May 29, 2013
No chill = no thrill After several runs in hot weather, I think the hype surrounding this magic fabric is just that: hype. Not only does this shirt NOT feel any cooler than any other technical fabric shirt, it dries out more slowly, so it clings like a wet rag. What a drag. For the price, it should have dramatic performance. Hey, Columbia, next time spend less money on advertising and more money on the technology. On the bright side, it does not appear to attract zombies! May 21, 2013
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