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Stop drinking DEET through your pores and let this hiking shirt fight the bugs for you.

Put on the ExOfficio Insect Shield Baja Shirt and get through your swamp adventure with just photos and memories?not a rash of bug bites and a wicked sunburn all over your shoulders. The fabric's odorless Insect Shield repels the buzzing critters that can spoil any great hiking or camping trip.
  • UPF 30 fabric blocks out harmful UV rays as you slog through the swamp or kick up dust in the desert
  • Quick-drying fabric wicks away your sweat and dumps excess heat through its back yoke and underarm mesh vents
  • Roll-up sleeves attach to integrated tabs for an adjustable fit in changing weather
  • Large chest pockets and a hidden security pocket hold a camera, bandanna, or other items you need handy during your nature walk
  • Insect Shield technology stands up to 70 washings for long-lasting performance

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2 5

disappointed

The shirt was too big and not the color I expected.

4 5

Almost Bug Free

Well, I own around 30 Ex Officio shirts and I have never been disappointed. For some odd reason when my wife and I go camping the bugs are attracted to me and leave her alone. So, in my efforts to keep bugs off me, I have tried a myriad of repellent products w/o success. I must say, the bugs stayed off my shirt, but still bit me on the exposed areas.

The quality of EO products cannot be beat, first rate materials. In the 4 years of owning their shirts I have never lost a button.

Are these shirts and pants better than the...

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Are these shirts and pants better than the less expensive ones that you treat with permethrin yourself?

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Not much. Personally, I just get the $25 Columbia buttondown and $30 zip offs and then spend six bucks on some 100% DEET spray. It just seems like $85 for a camping shirt is excessive. But if you'd rather have pretreated clothing, this is what you want to get.