Gramicci No-Squito Shirt - UPF 40+, Short Sleeve (For Women)
About Gramicci No-Squito Shirt - UPF 40+, Short Sleeve (For Women)
Closeouts. Gramicci's No-Squito shirt is designed to make those pesky little biters buzz off, thanks the mosquito-repellent finish. This lightweight layer also has UPF 40 sun protection to shield you from harmful UV rays, and a vented, mesh-lined back will help you stay cool in hot temps.
Specs about Gramicci No-Squito Shirt - UPF 40+, Short Sleeve (For Women)
- UPF: 40+
- Short sleeves
- Closure: 7 Buttons
- Length: Center back 25" (based on size M)
- Fabric: 72% cotton, 25% nylon, 3% spandex
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry low heat
- Made in Viet Nam
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Nice and lightVerified Buyer Reviewed by Earthwoman from Chicago suburb on Monday, September 3, 2018This is a nice light shirt that should do well on hot days and should launder easily (I'm saving it for a safari, so I don't know yet). I like the fitted style, which makes this tailored shirt more feminine. However, as somebody else pointed out, this shirt is tight across the bust. If you are chesty, this shirt may not fit. In my case, it is snug but doesn't gap. The rest of the shirt is true to size.
Great valueVerified Buyer Reviewed by Mel from maryland on Monday, July 23, 2018I bought this shirt for an Africa Safari in hopes of looking somewhat fashionable and also protecting against bugs and sticking with the theme of khaki and tan. I liked it so much I bought another one in a different color. Fits true to size
Khaki color blahVerified Buyer Reviewed by Karen from CA on Saturday, June 23, 2018The shirt fits well. It's light weight but not attractive on me. I purchased soley for a sarari trip where we are to wear khaki/tan colors so it will do but I wouldn't buy for regular wearing purposes. I'm small chested and the pockets are not flattering on me.
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