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You're about to learn more than you ever imagined about fishing shirts and how to pick out the right one. I hope to put you on the fast track to having a brand new fishing shirt on your doorstep in no time flat!
There are two primary materials used in creating most outdoor clothing. Once you understand what they are and how they work, you’ll be able to decide which one makes the most sense for you. There's never one right answer for everyone.
Nylon is a synthetic material that’s crafted into strands and then used to weave fabric. Nylon comes in all sorts of variations but most notable is the Ripstop Nylon variation.
Polyester is much more delicate and snag-prone than nylon. That’s not to say it will fall apart on you, but it will more easily snag on thorns, branches, and other shrubs.
All good fishing shirts should be layered. Having a lightweight wicking shirt for a base layer sets you up for success as the weather changes daily.
I hope this guide was helpful for finding the best long & short sleeve fishing shirt to fit your needs.