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Columbia Women's Tamiami II Shirt

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Columbia Women's Tamiami II Shirt - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Designed for the female angler, the ColumbiaŽ Women's Tamiami™ is built for mobility and comfort during any activity. Its lightweight design is ideal for warm days and the Omni-Shade™ technology provides outstanding UPF 40 sun protection. The mesh-lined vents add breathability and the convenient, zippered security pockets allow you to keep small gear within reach.
In addition to breathable comfort and handy storage, the Omni-Wick ™ advanced evaporation will keep you dry, while anti-microbial properties keep you fresh all day long.

Enhance your performance with Columbia's PFG line

FEATURES:

  • Part of ColumbiaŽ's Performance Fishing Gear (PFG) collection
  • Omni-Shade ™ UPF 40 sun protection
  • Omni-Wick ™ moisture-management
  • Anti-microbial properties keep you fresh
  • Mesh-lined vents offer superb breathability
  • Zippered security pockets
  • Collared, short sleeve, full button up design
  • Semi-relaxed fit
  • Fabric: 100% polyester
  • Style: FL7277
  • Columbia
Country of Origin: Vietnam
Web ID: 18830306

Customer Reviews:

Columbia Women's Tamiami II Shirt 5 5 1 1
The perfect shirt for southern living The light weight , breathable nature of this shirt is sooo perfect for Florida (or any hot weather location). I get many compliments on the jewel tone colors but for me the greatest quality is that when in uncomfortably warm locations I feel great. September 17, 2013
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