- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: you'll find button up style with button down collars in this Angler’s favorite. A short sleeve with advanced sun-shielding tech, it’s a shirt with a hint of give and all day comfort.
- OMNI-SHADE: Be safe and protected. Omni-Shade blocks UVA and UVB rays to help prevent sunburns and long-term skin damage. The tight weave construction with UV absorbent yarns block the full spectrum of harmful UV rays.
- BUILT-IN SUN PROTECTION: The Columbia Men’s PFG Permit Woven Short Sleeve Shirt guards against sun damage thanks to the built-in UPF 50 material. It’s a breathable, quick wicking fabric that pulls moisture away to keep you cool and dry.
- HANDY FEATURES: This short sleeve fishing shirt features a rod holder, chest pockets with hook and loop closures to keep small items secure, and a vented back to keep you cool when it counts.
- BUILT TO LAST: Columbia’s attention to detail is what sets our apparel apart from others. We use only the highest quality materials, expert craftsmanship, and durable stitching. This is a long-lasting shirt you will enjoy for seasons to come.
Details: The Columbia Men’s PFG Permit Woven Short Sleeve Shirt features advanced sun shielding UPF 50 technology, providing coverage when there isn't a cloud in the sky. Designed to feel light and airy, it’s a vented button-up shirt that will keep you cool and dry all day. This stylish short sleeve shirt is ready to work. It includes button up style, with a button down collar. It includes two self-draining chest pockets with hook and loop closures. A rod holder keeps your hands free while you work on your next lure. Our patented UPF-50 rated fabric foils harmful UV rays throughout the day. It’s highly durable, and delivers a flattering fit. Columbia offers this men’s shirt in multiple colors and sizes. Regular Fit. To ensure the size you choose is right, utilize our sizing chart and the following measurement instructions: For the sleeves, start at the center back of your neck and measure across the shoulder and down to the sleeve. If you come up with a partial number, round up to the next even number. For the chest, measure at the fullest part of the chest, under the armpits and over the shoulder blades, keeping the tape measure firm and level.