This modern take on a button-down shirt is available in size small through 2XL and comes in black, olive and blue. What makes it different from other dress shirts is the lightweight, wrinkle-resistant fabric that breathes and also offers UPF 45+ sun protection in sun and snow. The shirt retails for $120.
These running shorts are made of 4-way stretch fabric with a mesh gusset for comfort. The fabric also wicks away moisture and is anti-microbial. The shorts feature a bulk-free waistband, a center back key pocket and a reflective logo strip on the left leg. They come in sizes small through XL and retail for $125.
In addition to shading your eyes from the sun, the Solumbra Outback Straw Hat offers SPF 100+ sun protection with its proprietary fabric. The brim is 4-inches wide and features a sweatband and a thin leather cord to hold the hat in place. It’s available in mocha or natural and costs about $100.
So, get out those boxes and donate some of your clothes to charity. Investing in techwear is not only a fashion statement but one that could make your life easier, too. And as for the higher-end options, think of them as investments: You could buy cheap coats that last a year or two before you have to replace them, or you could bite the bullet for a one-time higher-end apparel purchase that you could wear for decades. The choice seems pretty obvious.
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