About Wolverine Scout Shirt - UPF 30, Nylon Ripstop, Long Sleeve (For Men)
Closeouts. Indoors or out, Wolverine's Scout shirt is anxious to get to work with its ultra-durable nylon mini-ripstop fabric. To keep you comfortable from project planning to completion, this lightweight shirt features a mesh-lined back yoke vent and strong UPF 30 sun protection.
Specs about Wolverine Scout Shirt - UPF 30, Nylon Ripstop, Long Sleeve (For Men)
- UPF rating: 30
- Collar: Button down
- Cuffs: Adjustable
- Long sleeves
- Fabric: 100% nylon
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Florida Joe from Palm Beach Gardens, FL on Thursday, October 23, 2014Shirt is a great value. Light enough for year round wear, which is important to me in South Florida. Appears to be well made.
Reviewed by Jason from Montana on Wednesday, March 19, 2014This is a good looking shirt that is very cool to wear (temperature wise). The XL fit my broad shoulders and the length was good for me and I'm 6.6. Perfect River Shirt.
Reviewed by allthatglitters from Kentucky on Thursday, January 2, 2014I ordered this for my nephew. It was a perfect fit, well made and great value!!!
Reviewed by Sheshopsalot from Mobile, al on Wednesday, December 11, 2013This shirt was made the same way the name brand shirts are at much higher prices. It's a fine shirt, great price and in several colors. It's a Christmas present that I bought several of
Reviewed by Jeff from Southern Arizona on Saturday, December 7, 2013I bought two of these shirts about 3 or 4 months ago and they are fantastic . I bought two more in this purchase because they are cool , comfortable sun protection from the intense Arizona Sun and are now a routine part of my work attire just as important as my hardhat or work boots .
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
Nevermind, I'm answering my own question. It is the total weight of the garment. It confused me because often the fabric weight in oz/yd2 is listed. In case anyone is wondering, the oz/yd2 is around 4.
“I've worn lots of 65/35 polyester/cotton shirts and like them but the're too light wt for cold weather. Would this serve well as a heavier replacement?”
These shirts would be about the same weight.