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One hidden security zip pocket on right side that fits passport
Back yoke ventilation
Roll-up sleeve tabs
Offering quick-drying, abrasion-resistant fabric and tailored style, take the Women's Lightscape™ Long-Sleeve Shirt when your adventure moves from daytime into the night. Built-in UPF 30 shields your skin from harmful UV rays, while vents on the shirt back enhance breathability. Use the secure tabs to roll up your sleeves and keep cool until the sun goes down. Its button-down design, collared neck, and zippered pockets—including one that fits a passport—add finishing touches.
Product Weight:0lbs 5.8 oz (167 g)
Main Fabric:73% Nylon 27% Polyester Dryflylite® Plain Weave 2.30 oz/yd²
Center Back Length:26in
Rated 4 out of
Great shirt except for pocketsI bought this shirt for a 4 week birding trip to Australia in August, most in tropical Northern Queensland. I loved the lightweight sun protection it provided, but I have two complaints about the pocket. First, a pocket right over the breast isn't very practical for women with larger breasts. Second, while I loved having a pocket at the bottom (i.e., where it would be in a coat that you can put your hands in to keep them warm) that was easy to access that was easy to access when I had my binoculars on, it was on the right side. I'm a leftie. It was awkard. I'd recommend two of the lower pockets and none of the breast pockets.
Date published: 2017-08-25
Rated 1 out of
Looked great at the store but?I purchased this shirt in July 2016 at the SeaTac store and have worn it on two round trip flights since then. There is pilling everywhere on the shirt now and the hem has come unravelled. I assumed the quality would have been better for a garment that I paid $80 for but I was wrong. It looks tired and old already. I won't be purchasing anything else from this company. :(
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of
I like it...but...This is a great shirt, don't get me wrong, but as an updated version of the DryflyLite, I this I prefer the DryflyLite...simply because of the pocket placement. I like that it had 2 Napoleon pocket worked into the design so well that it wasn't apparent they were there. This one has just one, with another pocket near the hip, which I think is harder to hide things in inconspicuously. Other than that, it's still a good shirt!
Date published: 2017-07-26
Rated 5 out of
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Good fit and colorI bought this for travel and haven't had a chance to wear it yet, but I've tried it on and washed and dried it. I'm usually a medium in Exofficio but sometimes buy a large in a close fitting style. The medium in this shirt is a very good fit. (I'm usually a size 10). The color "lilac gray" is a nice neutral that looks good with my charcoal hiking pants. I'm looking forward to traveling light with this since it can be easily washed and dried quickly.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 5 out of
Awesome shirt, awesome serviceI ordered this shirt in anticipation of a safari next year. I had ordered a similar shirt from another company and had to return it because the fit was super boxy and unflattering. This shirt is so nice! The material is so comfortable and the shirt feels light, but substantial. Lots of great features such as tabs to keep the sleeves rolled up, several well placed pockets, hidden venting in the back. The first shirt I ordered was damaged in shipping and I was SO disappointed because I loved it so much. I contacted customer service and they IMMEDIATELY sent me out a replacement which arrived in 2 days! I am so impressed and can't wait to order more!
Date published: 2020-07-23
Rated 4 out of
Odd fitI am a comfortable size 12 with most pants. At times I can wear a 10. "Medium" is my go-to size for shirts. This shirt fits snugly (but ok) from the waist up. I could not even come close to buttoning the last button though, so I took off a star. I wore it on a really super hot day: dew point was almost 100% and the temperature was 100F. I wore it for 9 hours, and it never showed sweat. Most importantly, without wearing any sunscreen, no sun penetrated. I'm quite fair skinned, and even with a hat I got a bit red on my nose and cheeks, but nothing on the skin covered by this shirt.
I like the look of it. I like the hidden pockets and the ability to roll up the sleeves (although why would I do that when I'm avoiding the sun?). I LOVE that I didn't sweat even on such a blistering humid day. But why oh why would it be designed for someone without any hips?
Date published: 2019-08-01
Rated 3 out of
I REALLY Wanted to Love ItI have been wearing the Dryflylite shirts for years which I loved. I had at least 12 of them and they have worn remarkably well over the years but were getting worn out. I dreaded replacing them since Ex Officio doesn't make them anymore :( .
I was kindly advised by someone at Ex Officio to try the Lightscape shirts. I have to be honest and say that I REALLY wanted to love them but they are not as nice. Specifically, they don't fit the same. They are cut smaller on the whole but the real problem is in the sleeves which are way too narrow. It makes them uncomfortable to work in as there is not as much ease and so they are not as cool. The Lightscape shirt is a medium and since I was able to wear Dryflitelite in small sizes, I don't understand why the sizing would change so drastically especially in the sleeves.
Date published: 2019-09-24
Rated 2 out of
Low quality High priceIt was deceptively good looking online, but the quality is disappointingly inferior. I have a similar Exofficio shirt bought at Orvis. Why such a difference?