Closeouts. With UPF sun protection and spandex added for stretch, Mountain Hardwear's Ravine Supreme shirt offers premium Wick.Q EVAP technology that pulls sweat away from you so you stay cool and comfortable.
Reviewed by DK from Colorado on Sunday, March 1, 2015
Very unusual fabric. Maybe this will become the norm in the future, but as it stands this is not like any other shirt I've seen. The seams are taped - no stitching. The fabric is more like sheet plastic than a weave - very very thin, yet it seems strong and has a nice stretchy feel. The vent holes have just been punched into the fabric like paper hole punches. It's very very comfortable, and has a terrific feel. By all measures the shirt is very interesting and sort of weird. The fit is athletic - long arms and trim in the body. It might be the coolest shirt I've ever owned. It also might suck.
Reviewed by dc1 from sf bay area on Monday, February 9, 2015
Another good MH product. Not sure why this shirt is so expensive relative to others so I dropped one star, but if you get it at a good STP price well worth it. Good fit, finish and materials. I will get a lot of use out of this.
Reviewed by GrumpySquirrel from Vermont on Monday, June 30, 2014
Well made like most Mountain Hardware and I love their products. This blue shirt was a wonderful material, fit and construction but had the longest sleeves I've ever seen. Made for a slim Orangutan or thereabouts. Sadly, I returned it.
Reviewed by timcarouge from Europe on Wednesday, May 21, 2014
I love the look and feel of the material. It is unlike anything else I've used. It's soft, supple, wrinkles little, drys quickly, and packs down very small because of the welded seams and other design choices. It has made it into my coveted 5kg Travel Essentials pack which is quite a feat as I only bring 3 tops, 3 bottoms (plus a rain and thermal layer).