No one ever said "I wish I spent more time in meetings."
The company's paying for your travel, so it'd be rude to spend all your time in meetings and not make the most out of your trip by taking a few afternoon hikes. Made of lightweight, quick-drying, and packable Diem polyester, the Arc'teryx Skyline Men's Long-Sleeve Shirt has the clean looks to handle brainstorming sessions with the head honchos and the performance to hit the trail afterward. It's slightly stretchy for on-trail comfort, and has UPF 50 protection so you won't feel like a lobster when you have to pitch your mind-blowing ideas to the boss tomorrow morning.
- Diem polyester is lightweight, quick-drying, and packable
- UPF 50 protection
- Concealed snaps on front and cuffs
- Snap chest pocket
Share your thoughts
design change, good and disppointing
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
I own three Skyline shirts with pre-2014 designs. I do not like the placket construction change with the 2014 model. The left placket somehow feels more pliable than the previous year models making it more difficult to open and close the front snaps. Furthermore, it produces visible gaps between the left and the right plackets when sitting down. I did not have this problem with the previous year models. I like the front pocket design change. It now looks more like a dress shirt than a hiking shirt. The UPF rating increased from 35 to 50 for the 2014 model.