Closeouts. In keeping with its namesake, White Sierra's Gobi Desert shirt is all about keeping you dry! The smooth, durable ripstop fabric not only wicks moisture but also features built-in UPF 30 sun protection.
Reviewed by Bluemorpho from WV on Wednesday, August 6, 2014
This is the second short sleeve White Sierra Gobi Desert shirt I've ordered. They're great for the summer -- strong colors (red, purple rain), lightweight, cool, easy to care for. They come out of the dryer with minimal wrinkling and are great for travel -- suitcase wrinkles shake out on a hanger. If you like a loose fit or want to layer over a T- or tank shirt, I'd order a size up, but my normal size (medium) fits fine.
Reviewed by bird watcher from Pennsylvania on Wednesday, August 6, 2014
I wanted an easy to care for shirt for traveling. I have other shirts by White Sierra that I enjoy so I thought I would try this one. The cut is not as full as others that I have bought in a size large. It washes well.
Reviewed by Desert Gal from Southwest USA on Friday, May 16, 2014
I really liked the colors this shirt came in, but there is absolutely no give to the fabric like there is in many other performance shirts. Reaching while climbing or hiking would result in discomfort from rubbing - especially in the sleeves. A nice alternative is the ExOfficio Kizmet or Woolrich Avondale, as both have performance wicking fabric which moves with you.
Reviewed by Kathy from California on Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Nice fit, seems sturdy enough. Lightweight and nice color. I like the length on it as it stayed tucked into my climbing harness as I rappelled girls down a cliff all day. Loose enough to be comfortable, but fitted enough not to look too frumpy. Haven't tried it hiking yet, but I'm sure it will be great for that too.
Reviewed by chalis from salt lake city on Friday, August 9, 2013
exactly what I wanted, so I ordered another.
wish they had better color selection.
super lightweight; good coverage when I don't want to wear a bra.
some said wrinkles were a problem. I've not had that problem. my steamer get them out quickly.