Mountain Hardwear Ravine Long Sleeve Shirt

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Build quality is top notch on this shirt. The vertical…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $18

Build quality is top notch on this shirt. The vertical pocket allows you to store a map of other item without interfering with a sternum strap - perfect. The horizontal zipped pocket is plenty big as well.

The stretch fabric is superbly accommodating when moving with a pack. The dropped rear hem keeps everything protected from the sun when I scramble, and the rotated seams do exactly as their designed to do. The extended collar section (hidden when worn normally) is the cat's meow. It provides great coverage. I can forego the neck sunblocker! The mesh areas underarm help alot, but I still had a pretty good stink going on after a hot day last weekend.

An anti-odor treatment (silver, cocona?) plus slightly more cooperative buttons (unusual material makes them a little tough to negotiate) would make this the perfect outdoor shirt.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Mountain Hardwear Ravine LS ShirtIn 1993, a small group of people who had weathered years in the outdoor industry decided to get together and form Mountain Hardwear. In addition to working in the outdoor industry, the Mountain Hardwear founders were avid outdoors people themselves Mountain Hardwear has always focused on bringing radical thinking to the gear they make. Thats why they have a section in our website that talks about the innovation theyve built into their products. Our best technical hiking shirt for a great day on the trail seams placed to avoid pressure points under a pack, mesh lining on the sides and upper back for cool comfort, and serious sun protection in a durable, stretchy, fast drying fabric.FeaturesSleeve roll-up tab for quick adjustmentsSeams rotated away from pressure points for comfort under a packFlip up sun protection collarZip map pocketMesh back and side panels for ventilationWicking, fast drying, stretch fabricUPF 25 sun protectionCurved drop hem for back coverage

- US Outdoor Store

Don't end an awesome weekend of hiking and camping on a bad note - protect yourself from the sun with as much coverage as possible with Mountain Hardwear's Ravine Long Sleeve Shirt that sacrifices nothing on the breathability side of things. Crafted with lightweight, stretchy fabrics that wick away moisture and protect you from the sun, this shirt provides ample ventilation through the mesh back and side panels while keeping you covered and protected with a flip-up sun protection collar, long sleeves, and curved drop hem.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . Save the other button-fronts for the office; Mountain Hardwear's Ravine shirt clearly belongs in the great outdoors, with its moisture-wicking, fast-drying fabric, UPF 25 sun protection and rotated seams that won?t irritate skin under backpack straps. Available Colors: TITANIUM, NORTH SEA, DARK ADOBE, DUNE, EMPIRE BLUE. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Mountain Hardwear best technical hiking shirt for a great day on the trail: seams placed to avoid preSure points under a pack, mesh lining on the sides and upper back for cool comfort, and serious sun protection in a durable, stretchy, fast drying fabric.

- Altrec Outdoors

Mountain Hardwear made a quick-drying hiking shirt with seams placed so they donAAAt rub your back raw while youAAAre wearing a pack' WeAAAll take two of the MenAAAs Ravine Shirt please. Between the cleverly engineered construction and the mesh-lined sides and upper back, this shirt owns the trail. Toss in quick-drying fabric and suave good looks and the Ravine might just be the only threads youAAAll ever need for tackling peaks or tossing back pints at the pub.

- Backcountry.com

Mountain Hardwear Ravine Long Sleeve Shirt

Discontinued

The Ravine Long Sleeve Shirt has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$34.98 - $70.00

The Mountain Hardwear Ravine Long Sleeve Shirt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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