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The Simms Bugstopper LS Tech Tee is a long sleeve performance shirt designed to repel insects while fishing. Marathon farther in this tech-rich fishing Tee that wins the battle against biting insects, harsh sun, and rank odors. Simms’ BugStopper Tech LS Tee soldiers through heat and biting insects without breaking a sweat. Shirts are cut from a wicking, antimicrobial DriRelease® fabric blend and treated with swarm-stymieing InsectShield. Additional features include UPF20 sun protection, mobility enhancing articulation, and comfortable off-shoulder seaming.
The Bugstopper LS Tech Tee is perfect for any outdoorsman whether you are fishing, hiking or camping, you'll appreciate the performance features of this shirt. UPF20 sun protection, while not as great as a UPF50 option, still provides exponentially more sun coverage than your standard cotton t-shirt. Furthermore, insect repellent finish keeps the wearer from getting chewed up by insects.
We offer the Simms Bugstopper LS Tech Tee in four sizes: Medium - XXL in the smoke color pictured above.
The evidence of how dangerous direct contact with the Sun's UV rays can be continues to pile up. Skin cancer is among the most preventable forms of cancer today, yet is among the most common. Protecting one's self from the harmful rays can see daunting at times due to the lack of information and the poor performance and hassle sunscreen application presents.
Wearing a UPF shirt when its extremely hot outside may intuitively sound uncomfortable, but in reality it actually keeps you cooler. Direct contact with the sun warms the body throughout the day and as the body is exposed to direct UV rays the internal temperature actually increases. The shirt blocks the direct rays while also wicking sweat from the body to keep the wearer cool throughout the day of fishing.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov