Carhartt shirt proves a good match for fishermen

Lone Star Outdoor News

Ridgefield Fishing Shirt: This Carhartt shirt with a mesh-lined back utilizes “FastDry” technology, which wicks away sweat for comfort during a long day on the lake.

“The shirt is a little heavier and sturdier than most fishing shirt, and was great for winter wade-fishing,” said LSON’s Executive Editor Craig Nyhus, who tried the shirt out. “When it warmed up, you could feel the wind coming through the fabric as well as with any other fishing shirt.”

It is made from a 60 percent Polyester and 40 percent blend fabric that releases stains in the wash.

The shirt has a double-layer collar that stands up to protect a fisherman’s neck plus two front pockets to stash smaller gear. And, the shirt also has buttons on the sleeves to hold them up and out of the way.

The fishing shirt, available in medium to 4X large and in four colors (Asphalt, Dark Khaki, Burnt Olive and Celestial Blue), costs about $50-$55.

To find out more about this product, contact LSON at 214-361-2276.